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The Ratings Breakdown For AEW Collision & Dynamite

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Last Saturday’s episode of AEW Collision jumped in viewership and ratings from the weekend before with 476,000 viewers, a 0.17 rating in the 18-49 key demo, and an 0.11 rating in the 18-34 demo.

Meanwhile, AEW Dynamite rose in viewership, drawing 874,000 viewers, while also going up in 18-49 with 0.32 in 18-49 (412,000 viewers). Dynamite had a 0.22 rating in 18-34.

AEW Collision faced stiff competition from the NFL preseason, which also hurt UFC that night.

AEW Collision was #11 for the night and #3 in its time slot behind NFL and UFC (821,000/0.29), down from 0.38 last week with no football competition. Collision had 52,000 in men 18-34 (down 1.9%), 23,000 in women 18-34 (down 17.9%), 112,000 in men 35-49 (up 23.1%) and 36,000 in women 35-49 (up 80%). The audience was 74.9% male.

Q1: Ricky Starks promo/FTR & Young Bucks video/The Acclaimed vs. Iron Savages – 478,000 viewers, 212,000 in 18-49
Q2: End of Acclaimed vs. Iron Savages/Bullet Club Gold promo/MJF & Adam Cole video – 433,000 viewers (down 45,000), 210,000 in 18-49 (down 2,000)
Q3: Kris Statlander & Willow Nightingale vs. Mercedes Martinez & Diamante/Toni Storm promo – 456,000 viewers (up 23,000), 217,000 in 18-49 (up 7,000)
Q4: Samoa Joe squashes Andrew Everett & promo/Christian Cage promo – 463,000 viewers (up 7,000), 223,000 in 18-49 (up 6,000)
Q5: Christian Cage, Arn Anderson segment/Luchasaurus vs. Brock Anderson/Darby Allin promo – 468,000 viewers (up 5,000), 229,000 in 18-49 (up 6,000)
Q6: Powerhouse Hobbs, Miro, Aaron Solo & Nick Comoroto segment – 480,000 viewers (up 12,000), 230,000 in 18-49 (up 1,000)
Q7: CMFTR vs. The House of Black – 482,000 viewers (up 2,000), 224,000 in 18-49 (down 6,000)
Q8: End of CMFTR vs. House of Black – 530,000 viewers (up 48,000), 242,000 in 18-49 (up 18,000)

AEW Dynamite was #1 on Wednesday night, ahead of the Little League World Series on ESPN (1,184,000/0.24). The show beat every network except CBS, which had Big Brother (0.62) in hour one. Dynamite’s biggest increase was with women, which was up 29.6%.

Compared to last week, Dynamite was up 3.3% in viewers, up 10.5% in 18-49, and up 2.6% in 18-34. Compared to last year, the show was down 8.7% in viewers, up 7% in 18-49, and up 24% in 18-34. It had 82,000 in men 18-34 (down 13.7%), 73,000 in women 18-34 (up 30.4%), 181,000 in men 35-49 (up 4.6%), and 76,000 in women 35-49 (up 28.8%). The audience was 63.8% male.

Q1: Orange Cassidy vs. Wheeler Yuta – 946,000 viewers, 408,000 in 18-49
Q2: End of Cassidy vs. Yuta/Jim Ross interviews Kenny Omega/Don Callis & Chris Jericho segment – 943,000 viewers (down 3,000), 437,000 in 18-49 (up 29,000)
Q3: End of Callis & Jericho segment/Jack Perry promo/Darby Allin & Nick Wayne vs. Gates of Agony – 943,000 viewers (even), 433,000 in 18-49 (down 4,000)
Q4: End of Allin & Wayne vs. Gates of Agony/Sting video/MJF & Adam Cole segment – 903,000 viewers (down 40,000), 434,000 in 18-49 (up 1,000)
Q5: Second MJF & Adam Cole segment/Chris Jericho promo – 898,000 viewers (down 5,000), 433,000 in 18-49 (down 1,000)
Q6: Jeff Hardy vs. Jeff Jarrett – 822,000 viewers (down 76,000), 403,000 in 18-49 (down 30,000)
Q7: Britt Baker vs. The Bunny/The House of Black & The Acclaimed segment – 800,000 viewers (down 22,000), 389,000 in 18-49 (down 4,000)
Q8: The Young Bucks vs. The Gunns – 738,000 viewers (down 62,000), 358,000 in 18-49 (down 31,000)

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