The viewership numbers for last night’s episode of AEW Dynamite have been revealed, and the show broke 1 million viewers for the first since last October.
As per Showbuzz Daily, the show drew an average of 1.016 million viewers. This is the highest since the 1.140 million the October 9, 2019 episode drew. The October 16, 2019 episode drew 1.014 million which is slightly less than this week but was the last one above 1 million.
In the 18-49 demographic, the show drew 0.37 which is up from last week’s 0.36. Last week’s average overall viewership was 928,000.
Last night’s episode was the first after the All Out pay-per-view, with a TNT Title match between Brodie Lee and Dustin Rhodes being promoted.
The show also saw the AEW debut of Miro, formerly known as Rusev in WWE, which was a surprise and had not been announced beforehand.
This week’s NXT which aired on Tuesday drew an average of 838,000 viewers.