WWE SmackDown Viewership Up For November 12

2 years ago by Sanchez Taylor

WWE SmackDown Viewership Up For November 12

The viewership figures for the November 12 edition of SmackDown, featuring Roman Reigns vs King Woods, have been revealed.

As per Wrestlenomics, last week’s show drew an average of 2.104 million total viewers. This is up from the 2.093 million viewers who tuned in on November 5.

In the 18-49 demographic, Friday’s episode received a 0.56 rating, roughly 728,000 viewers. The previous week’s show earned a 0.57 rating. Overall, SmackDown was #2 in the demo for the night, behind an NBA game which did a 0.68 rating on ESPN.

On the show, Roman Reigns did battle with King Woods, before The Usos interfered. Petey Williams shadowed Michael Hayes, who produced the bout. Williams is reportedly being fast tracked into the WWE producer system.

Also on the show, Aliyah, Naomi and Sasha Banks defeated Natalya, Shayna Baszler and Shotzi. Molly Holly, who has received praise for her recent work, was listed as a producer for this contest, alongside Tyson Kidd.

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