WWE RAW continues to demonstrate a strong performance in the ratings, maintaining its momentum from the previous week.
The episode aired on 24th July 2023 held its ground with a 0.57 rating in the 18 – 49 demographic, according to data from Wrestlenomics.
This consistency in ratings is a testament to the show’s ability to captivate and retain its target audience.
WWE RAW Audience Numbers: A Slight Dip
While the ratings remained steady, the audience numbers experienced a slight decrease. The show attracted 1.818 million viewers, down 3.4% from the previous week’s audience of 1.881 million.
Despite this minor dip, the audience numbers are still higher than those from two weeks ago, which stood at 1.809 million viewers.
This fluctuation in viewership is a common occurrence in the television industry and is not necessarily indicative of a long-term trend.
Highest Point Since June
The demo rating of 0.57 is the highest since the episode aired on 26th June, which drew a 0.61 rating.
This indicates that WWE RAW is not only maintaining its audience but also attracting new viewers within the key demographic.
The show’s ability to reach these high ratings, despite the slight decrease in audience numbers, is a positive sign for its continued success.