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​More On This Week’s Labor Day Edition Of WWE RAW Rating – How Did The Show Do?



As Andy noted earlier here on, WWE Monday night RAW saw a drop in the ratings due to the Labor Day holiday episode. Monday’s RAW drew 3.069 million viewers, with a 1.07 rating in the 18 – 49 demographic. Those numbers are down 10% and 9% from the previous week’s 3.413 million viewership and 1.17 demo rating. The numbers also represent the lowest numbers for the show since the August 16th episode brought in a 1.07 and 2.915 million viewers.

The drop is slightly less than what last year’s Labor Day episode did. The September 7th, 2015 episode was off by 9% and 13% from the week before. Historically, the show isn’t a temporary drop and the arrival of the new fall season usually keeps the show at around or below the Labor Day numbers.

WWE RAW ranked #4 among cable originals for the night behind the Ole Miss vs. Florida State college football game on ESPN (2.98 demo rating/8.354 million viewers), the ESPN post-game show (2.25 rating/5.733 million) and Love & Hip-Hop Hollywood on VH-1 (1.11 rating/2.216 million).

Here are the hourly numbers for RAW:

8 PM: 1.18 demo rating (3.350 million viewers)
9 PM: 1.05 demo rating (3.066 million viewers)
10 PM: 0.98 demo rating (2.792 million viewers)

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