Raw’s Viewership continues to decline
The WWE RAW viewership numbers are in.
Monday’s edition of WWE RAW averaged 1.814 million viewers in Orlando, Florida at the WWE Performance Center on the USA Network, which is down from the 1.842 million viewers the previous week.
This week’s show was the lowest viewership for 2020 thus far, which continues the streak of ratings being down for the flagship show of the company as the world battles the coronavirus outbreak. It was also the lowest viewed episode since December 23, 2019, which drew 1.835 million viewers.
Here is the hourly viewership breakdown:
Hour 1: 1.945 million (1.940 Last Week), 0.56 Demo (0.59 Last Week)
Hour 2: 1.888 million (1.866 Last Week), 0.53 Demo (0.56 Last Week)
Hour 3: 1.619 million (1.720 Last Week), 0.43 Demo (0.54 Last Week)
Hour 1: 1,940,000 viewers
Hour 2: 1,866,000 viewers
Hour 3: 1,720,000 viewers
Average: 1,842,000 viewers
— Brad Shepard of ProSportsExtra.com (@TheBradShepard) April 21, 2020
(Ratings credit: Showbuzzdaily.com)
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