Overnight WWE SmackDown Viewership Massively Up Following Hell In A Cell

3 years ago by Wrestle Talk

Overnight WWE SmackDown Viewership Massively Up Following Hell In A Cell

The overnight viewership for last night’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown is in, and the show brought in 2.133 million viewers according to ShowBuzz Daily, which is an increase of well over 1 million compared to last week.

Last week’s show brought in just 881,000 viewers, but that was to be expected as the show was moved to FS1 due to the World Series. WWE will be happy that normality has resumed with regards to the SmackDown ratings.

The show, which was the first from the blue brand since Hell in a Cell, brought in a 0.6 rating in the all-important 18-49 demographic. This was nearly double the rating that last week’s show on FS1 brought in.

For a better comparison, the SmackDown show two weeks ago on FOX (October 16) brought in an average of 1.987 million viewers overnight, with a 0.5 rating in the 18-49 age demographic.

You can also check out the hour one and hour two breakdowns for the show last night, which featured singles matches between Kevin Owens and Dolph Ziggler, and Daniel Bryan and Jey Uso, below:

  • Hour One: 2.115 million
  • Hour Two: 2.151 million

You can also check out the ratings for this week’s episodes of Monday Night Raw by clicking here, and Wednesday’s NXT and AEW Dynamite shows by clicking here.

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