WWE RAW saw an absolutely massive ratings boost this week and the highest numbers since April and WrestleMania season.
According to Brandon Thurston of the WrestleNomics site, this week’s episode drew an average of 1.986 million viewers on the USA Network. This number is up from the 1.695 million viewers last week.
The show this week also saw a spike in the 18-49 demo. The all-important demo had an average rating of 0.54, which was up from the 0.43 rating last week.
WWE RAW Ratings
This was the best key demo and total viewership that the show has done since April and WrestleMania season, which is a big win.
Here is the full ratings and viewership breakdown per hour:
- Hour 1 (8 pm): 2.015 million – last week: 1.812
- Hour 2 (9 pm): 2.076 million – last week: 1.740
- Hour 3 (10 pm): 1.868 million – last week: 1.534
RAW also managed to be the top-ranked show on cable for the night, which was the same case last week.