The numbers are in for the viewership of this week’s episode of Raw. In the first show following Survivor Series, the show’s viewership did see a very slight increase.
Bryan Alvarez reported the number on Twitter earlier today. While last week’s show garnered 1.788 million average viewers, this week drew an average of 1.81 million viewers.
RAW: 1.81 million
— Bryan Alvarez (@bryanalvarez) November 24, 2020
With Survivor Series being made up of inter-brand matches, there were no title changes on the show. As such, there was not the same uptick in viewers post-pay per view that we normally see.
This week’s Raw saw a number of matches involving the members of Team Raw from Survivor Series competing for a shot at being number one contender. Keith Lee, Riddle and AJ Styles all qualified to compete in a Triple Threat match next week. The winner will face Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship.
Also on the show, the New Day defended the Raw Tag Team Championship against the Hurt Business. This should give them some momentum after losing to the Street Profits at Survivor Series.
The next WWE pay per view is scheduled to be TLC so upcoming Raws should be focused on building to the event.