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AEW Collision Ratings: Early numbers for Winter is Coming show (16/12/23)

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The world of professional wrestling witnessed another thrilling episode of AEW Collision on December 16th, with the much-anticipated ‘Winter Is Coming’ episode.

This event, which has been a topic of considerable interest among wrestling fans, garnered an interesting level of viewership, reflecting the show’s current popularity.

AEW Collision Viewership Statistics: A Closer Look

According to a report from Alfred Konuwa, the December 16th episode of AEW Collision attracted 440,000 viewers, with a notable presence in the key demographic of 18 to 49-year-olds, where it scored 184K.

This figure represents a slight dip from the previous week’s average, indicating a fluctuating yet strong viewership base for the show.

The ‘Winter Is Coming’ episode of the show was particularly significant, not just for its viewership numbers but also for the quality of matches and storylines it presented.

The episode featured the continuation of the Continental Classic, culminating in a much-talked-about match between Bryan Danielson and Brody King.

AEW Collision Ratings: Comparison with Previous Episodes

To put these numbers into perspective, the December 9th episode of AEW Collision, which went head-to-head with WWE NXT Deadline, brought in 455,000 viewers and scored a .14 in the 18 to 49 demographic.

These statistics highlight the competitive nature of professional wrestling programming and the fluctuating preferences of its audience.

Future Prospects and Fan Expectations

Looking ahead, AEW has several exciting plans for Collision, including the in-ring return of Thunder Rosa. Such developments are eagerly anticipated by fans and are likely to impact future viewership figures positively.


  • What was the viewership for the December 16th episode of AEW Collision?
    • The episode attracted 440,000 viewers, with 184K in the 18 to 49 demographic.
  • How did this viewership compare to the previous week?
    • There was a slight decrease from the previous week’s average.
  • What were the key highlights of the ‘Winter Is Coming’ episode?
    • The episode featured the Continental Classic, with a standout match between Bryan Danielson and Brody King.
  • What does the future hold for the show?
    • Collision is expected to continue its strong performance with upcoming episodes featuring the return of Thunder Rosa and other exciting developments.
  • How important are storylines and match quality to AEW Collision’s success?
    • High-quality matches and compelling storylines are crucial in attracting and retaining viewers, and AEW Collision excels in these areas.
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