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WWE Raw ratings down from last week, finishes first on cable

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Raw continued its streak of eight straight weeks ahead of what it was doing the previous year with 1.91 million viewers and a 0.54 rating in 18-49, placing first for the night in the key demo.

Raw was second in women 18-49, first with men 18-49, first in 18-34, second in women 12-34, and doubled everything on cable in men 12-34.

It was down from last week's big number, down eight percent in viewers, down 16 percent in 18-49, and down five percent in 18-34.

But compared with one year ago, the show was up one percent in viewers, down seven percent in 18-49, and up 18 percent in 18-34.

Raw was 16th for the night in total viewers on cable, trailing only news shows.

The first-to-third hour drop was six percent, which is better than usual meaning people stayed longer than usual. Women 18-49 dropped only five percent, men 18-49 dropped 16 percent, girls 12-17 dropped 27 percent, boys 12-17 dropped four percent, and over 50 dropped three percent. The latter figure was unusually good.

The three hours were:

  • 8 p.m. 1.96 million viewers
  • 9 p.m. 1.94 million viewers
  • 10 p.m. 1.83 million viewers