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WWE Raw viewership down three percent from last week

Raw last night did 2.15 million viewers, a three percent drop from last week, largely because of a lower first hour.

The show maintained its audience better than usual with an 11.5 percent drop in viewers from hour one to hour three.

Raw was in 15th place overall on cable, and fourth in the 18-49 demo, trailing only NFL and news related programming. Raw was lower in the overall standings due to the impeachment hearings throughout the day, as the only shows with more viewers were news shows and NFL related shows.

The New York Giants-Philadelphia Eagles game did 11.36 million viewers, a drop of 19 percent from the monster number the week before.

One year ago, Raw did 2.19 million viewers, which at the time was the lowest non-holiday number for the show in modern history.

As far as the audience drops, the show fellĀ 17 percent from hour one to hour three in women 18-49, 18 percent with men 18-49, 25 percent with female teens, two percent with male teens, and eight percent with those over 50.

The three hours were:

  • 8 p.m. 2.26 million viewers
  • 9 p.m. 2.20 million viewers
  • 10 p.m. 2.00 million viewers