WWE saw an increase in Monday Night Raw’s ratings for the second week in a row.
The episode, which also happened to be the final episode of Raw before this Sunday’s Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View, scored on average 1.742 million viewers. This means this week, WWE managed to bring in an extra 100,000 viewers on average in comparison to last week’s edition.
This week’s ratings come courtesy of John Ourand of Sports Business Journal, and it should be noted both the hourly breakdown and the stats for each age demographic are not yet available.
Other TV sports last night
WWE Raw on USA: 1.742 million viewers
Golden Knights-Canadiens on NBCSN: 964,000
Cubs-Mets on ESPN: 733,000
— John Ourand (@Ourand_SBJ) June 15, 2021
Whilst it is still a way off the highest viewership Raw has achieved this year, it does mark the highest score in six weeks for WWE’s flagship show.
Do you think Monday night’s episode saw an increase in quality that justified an increase in ratings? Let us know in the comments, or over on our Twitter and Facebook pages. And check out our full list of Raw’s ratings for the year below.
If you missed Monday’s episode you can catch up with all the results here.
Raw’s weekly viewership for 2021 is as follows: