The Final Rating For Monday Night’s WWE RAW Broadcast Is In – How Did The Show Do?, Details


UPDATE: The final rating for Monday’s RAW was a
2.66 (2.7). This is even with last week’s rating, but the
viewership was down. Monday’s RAW averaged 3.521 million viewers, which was down
from the 3.70 million average from last week. The numbers represent the lowest
average viewers since the Christmas Eve show in 2012. It was the lowest
non-holiday audience for RAW since December 3, 2012.

ORIGINAL: Last night’s episode of WWE RAW sunk to the
lowest level of 2014–or 2013, for that matter. The show drew 3.52 million
viewers and a 1.17 rating in the 18 – 49 demographic. Those numbers are down 5%
and 8% from last week’s 3.7 million and 1.27 demo rating; the viewership is the
lowest average rating for the show since the December 24th, 2012 episode drew
3.17 million viewers.

The show did hours as follows:

8:00 PM: 3.70 million (1.2 demo rating)
3.48 million (1.2 demo rating)
10:00 PM:
3.39 million (1.1 demo rating)

The final household/cable rating will be available later.

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