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SmackDown ratings remain steady for second week from WWE PC

Week two of SmackDown running from the WWE Performance Center drew almost the same viewership as last week.

The show averaged 2.563 million viewers, down less than one percent from the previous week. In the 18-49 demo, SmackDown was up seven percent, averaging a 0.75 rating. A number like that would usually put SmackDown on top of the network TV ratings, but with more people at home, it trailed several shows. 

In the 18-34 demo, SmackDown did top all other network shows with a 0.6 rating, which was up 20 percent. The last time the show did a better number than that was on October 11, the second week that it aired on FOX.

Hour one averaged 2.637 million viewers. The show then averaged 2.488 million in hour two, a drop of 5.6 percent.

The show featured a replay of the WrestleMania 30 match between John Cena and Bray Wyatt, which -- with commercials -- took up about 30 minutes of airtime. Aside from that the episode was new content.

Here's a look at the last 10 weeks of SmackDown ratings and viewership totals: