WWE held Survivor Series on Sunday, but the event’s momentum did not seem to translate to the next night.

According to Showbuzz Daily, WWE Raw brought in an average of 2.109 million viewers. This is down from the 2.127 million viewers for last week’s Survivor Series go-home show.

The show did a .71 rating in the crucial adult demographic of 18-49 year olds which is about the same as last week’s rating of .72. So, at least they’re not falling in that demographic much.

This week’s episode started off with a Seth Rollins heel turn and they told a story throughout the night. We’ll see how this angle builds and whether it will attract an audience.

H Jenkins

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