Last night’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown was the final WWE show before Survivor Series weekend, and the viewership for the overnight episode has now been revealed thanks to ShowBuzz Daily.
According to the site, Friday Night SmackDown last night brought in an average of 2.215 million viewers for the show last night, with 2.202 million and 2.228 million in hours one and two respectively.
This is a slight decrease from the average of 2.234 million viewers that last week’s show on November 13 brought in. However, both last week’s and this week’s shows brought in 0.6 ratings in the 18-49 demographic.
This week’s show was loaded with several big matches and segments, including the return of Daniel Bryan, a contract signing between Drew McIntyre and Roman Reigns, and a singles match between Murphy and Seth Rollins.
This is just the overnight viewership, and the overall viewership for the show may change by the time the final figures are released early next week. WrestleTalk.com will keep you updated on those.
In case you missed the show and haven’t caught up with what happened yet, you can check out WrestleTalk.com’s insightful live coverage for the show by clicking right here.