UPDATE: This week’s WWE RAW drew a final
3.25 (3.3) cable rating, up from last week’s 2.97 (3.0) cable
ORIGINAL: After suffering a big drop last week,
WWE RAW has jumped back almost to the numbers of the week before. Monday’s
episode averaged 4.61 million viewers and a 1.77 rating in the 18 – 49
demographic. Those numbers are up 11% and an impressive 26%, respectively, from
4.14 million and a 1.4 in the previous week. The 18 – 49 rating is even higher
than the 1.7 that the show did on April 14th, though the viewership for that
episode was higher with 4.77 million.
The show did hours of 4.51 million, 4.67 million and 4.65 million.
The last hour number is significant because retaining viewership in the third
hour has been an issue for the show ever since they went to three hours. The
household rating will be available later.