The hourly breakdown was as follows:
- 8pm – 2.838 million
- 9pm – 2.866 million
- 10pm – 2.752 million
This shows us that viewership remained very steady throughout the show, with far less people dropping out at the final hour than most weeks.
This can be heavily attributed to the daylight savings in the US, as has been the trend in previous years.
WWE also promoted Roman Reigns’ first match since returning for the main event against Baron Corbin last night. It never actually happened though, and was replaced by Drew McIntyre vs. Dean Ambrose in a Falls Count Anywhere match.
The table below shows all of this year’s Raw TV ratings.