The most recent episode of Biography: WWE Legends aired this past Sunday night on A&E, and the ratings and viewership numbers are in. The story of D-Generation X was the focus this week.
This week’s episode saw a viewership increase from last week’s show – up to 594,000 viewers, topping last week’s show about Lex Luger which garnered 586,000 viewers. However, the show’s ratings were slightly down. In the key P18-49 demographic, the show dipped to a 0.15 rating, down from last week’s 0.17. Biography finished at No. 24 in the Cable Top 150 Rankings, falling from its spot at No. 13 last week.
WWE Rivals, another program on A&E, also saw a decline in viewership. Triple H vs. Mick Foley was the featured story this week. The latest episode drew an overall audience of 431,000 viewers. That’s a drop from last week’s WCW vs. WWE episode, which drew 488,000 viewers. Ratings also fell slightly for this week’s episode. The show drew a 0.13 rating in the key demo, down from last week’s 0.15 rating. Rivals ranked No. 28 for the Cable Top 150, falling from its No. 20 slot for last week.
Finally, WWE SmackTalk didn’t fare much better. This week’s show averaged 192,000 viewers, down from the 235,000 viewers it garnered last week. The show drew an average 0.05 rating, which is down from last week’s 0.06 rating for last week. The show ranked No. 101 for Sunday cable originals.