Viewership For Final WWE Raw Of 2020 Revealed

2 years ago by Louis Dangoor

Viewership For Final WWE Raw Of 2020 Revealed

The viewership for Monday’s episode of Raw, which is the final show from the red brand of 2020, has now been revealed thanks to ShowBuzz Daily.

The show brought in an average of 1.769 million viewers, which is up from the 1.691 million viewers that last week’s episode brought in. However, the rating in the 18-49 demographic fell from 0.53 to 0.52.

The show kicked off with Keith Lee and Sheamus going head-to-head, with the former picking up the win to advance to a WWE Championship match with Drew McIntyre on next week’s show.

It also featured a main event angle where Alexa Bliss tried to coax Randy Orton into burning her alive (what a sentence to have to write), something that he did to The Fiend eight days prior at the TLC pay-per-view.

Below is the hourly breakdown for the show:

  • Hour One: 1.886 million viewers – 0.56 in the 18-49 demographic
  • Hour Two: 1.783 million viewers – 0.52 in the 18-49 demographic
  • Hour Three: 1.638 million viewers – 0.47 in the 18-49 demographic

The show did face some stiff competition though, going head-to-head with Monday Night Football on ESPN, which brought iv an average of 7.337 million viewers and drew a very impressive 2.11 rating in the 18-49 demographic.

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