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Impact Wrestling ratings up for Final Hour episode

For this week's "Final Hour" episode, Impact Wrestling posted its best ratings since changing time slots.

Thursday's edition of Impact averaged 129,000 viewers on Pop TV. The rating in the 18-49 demo also ticked up to a 0.05.

Impact has now averaged 98,000, 105,000, and 129,000 viewers for the first three shows since moving to 10 p.m. Eastern time. The previous low for a new episode on Pop was 161,000, and the previous low for 2018 was 168,000.

This week's special episode featured Johnny Impact defending his Impact World Championship against Killer Kross in the main event, Moose vs. Eddie Edwards, and Jordynne Grace making her debut for the promotion.

Thursday Night Football was also up this week, with the Pittsburgh Steelers' win over the Carolina Panthers drawing over 17 million combined viewers on Fox and the NFL Network.

Here's a look at Impact viewership since July's Slammiversary XVI pay-per-view.

  • July 26 -- 299,000 (post-Slammiversary episode)
  • August 2 -- 248,000
  • August 9 -- 168,000
  • August 16 -- 210,000
  • August 23 -- 212,000
  • August 30 -- 225,000
  • September 6 -- 236,000
  • September 13 -- 258,000
  • September 20 -- 229,000
  • September 27 -- 222,000
  • October 4 -- 190,000
  • October 11 -- 183,000
  • October 18 -- 189,000 (post-Bound for Glory episode)
  • October 25 -- 98,000 (first episode after time slot change)
  • November 1 -- 105,000
  • November 8 -- 129,000