UPDATE x 2: Monday’s edition of WWE Monday Night RAW scored a 3.24 (3.2) cable rating, which is way down from the 3.46 (3.5) cable rating the show drew the previous week. That is not good news as it was the post Royal Rumble show. It also shows that peopled turned in the previous week mainly to see Dave Batista’s WWE return on RAW. The show did hours of 4.85 million, 4.84 million and 4.47 million for an average of 4.72 million viewers, which is down from the 4.869 million average from last week.
UPDATE: WWE RAW scored the #3 spot for Monday on Neilsen’s Twitter’s TV ratings with a unique audience of 1.817 million (the number of different accounts that accrued at least one impression regarding the show). The show had a total number of 11.72 million Twitter impressions. The unique audience lost out to Teen Wolf and The Bachelor but topped VH-1’s Love & Hip-Hop, which is usually in the top three for the night.
ORIGINAL: The post-Royal Rumble edition of WWE RAW on Monday, January 27th averaged 4.718 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research. The 4.718 million viewer average marks a decrease from the 4.869 million that the show averaged going into the Royal Rumble last Monday night.
The hourly breakdown for viewership on Monday’s RAW is as follows:
Hour One: 4.849
Hour Two: 4.837
Hour Three: 4.470
The final rating for this week’s RAW should be out later today.