WWE Raw Draws Lowest Viewership Since July 4, Demo Rating Rises

WWE Raw Draws Lowest Viewership Since July 4, Demo Rating Rises WWE

The viewership figure and demo rating for Monday’s (September 19) edition of WWE Raw on USA Network has been revealed.

Per Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics, Raw drew 1.593 million viewers. This is down from the September 12 edition that drew 1.709 million viewers.

This is the lowest total viewership for the program since July 4.

In the 18-49 demographic, Monday’s show scored 0.45 rating. This is slightly up from the week prior that scored 0.44 rating.

WWE Raw finished #5 in the demo among cable originals for the night.

Last night’s show was of course against two NFL games at the same time in the form of the Bills vs the Titans and the Vikings vs the Eagles, hence the drastic drop in viewers.

Last week’s September 12 episode of Raw which drew 1.709 million was up against the first night of Monday Night Football. Prior to that, the show had drawn over 2 million viewers three weeks in a row.

The show featured Bobby Lashley defeating Seth Rollins to retain the United States Championship and Bayley defeating Alexa Bliss in the main event.

You can see a full list of WWE Raw’s ratings for 2022 here.

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1 year ago by SP3



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