The February 22 episode of AEW Dynamite saw the highest overall rating since October 2022 and craked the one million viewership mark.
With a six-figure audience for the first time since January 25, a top AEW star has commented on the achievement.
With an episode that saw Tony Khan and Adam Cole announce a new reality series and Jon Moxley score his 100th AEW victory, the massive audience brought out a comment from Chris Jericho.
Taking to social media to celebrate, Jericho tweeted:
“WE’RE NUMBER ONE! Back on top baby! #AEWDynamite #DemoGod @AEW.”
AEW Dynamite would also achieve its highest 18-49 demographic since September 21 2022’s Grand Slam.
It didn’t stop there either, with Showbuzz Daily reporting that the show ranked at #1 on the Cable Top 150, above two NCAA College Basketball games that aired on ESPN.
With no NBA games this week, AEW wasn’t going head-to-head with basketball as the league is in its All-Star break at the moment.
AEW Dynamite topping the Cable Top 150 has been something that it has struggled to do recently, despite it being a regular occurrence throughout 2021 and 2022.
Jericho referred to himself as DemoGod when AEW was topping the demographic charts back in August 2020.
A Warner Bros Discovery executive recently claimed that AEW brings in four million Dynamite viewers a week to TBS, a statement that was later clarified.
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