WWE RAW Viewership Increases for Survivor Series Go-Home Show

Nov 16, 2016 - by Bill Fenbers


The November 14th episode of WWE Monday Night Raw, the go-home show prior to Survivor Series, with a face-to-face meeting between Brock Lesnar and Goldberg, drew an average of 2.876 million viewers.  This is up slightly from the 2.767 million for the November 7th episode, which was taped from Glasgow, Scotland.

This week, the first hour of RAW averaged 2.96 million viewers.  The second hour averaged 2.93 million viewers.  The third hour averaged 2.743 million viewers.

The viewership numbers equal out to a 1.98 Nielsen rating, up slightly from the 1.95 rating for the November 7th taped show from Scotland.

RAW finished #9 in cable viewership on Monday.   Monday Night Football on ESPN finished #1 with 10,715 million viewers.  In the 18-49 demographic, RAW ranked #4, behind the NFL, SportsCenter after the NFL game, and an episode of “Love & Hip-Hop.”

SOURCES: SHOWBUZZ DAILY, Top Row Press, Wrestling Inc.

Bill Fenbers is on Twitter @Bill_Fenbers.  Be sure to check out his daily This Day In Wrestling History column.

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