WWE RAW Draws Scary Low Overnight Viewership This Week — LOWEST IN HISTORY


WWE Raw brought a huge focus to some new Superstars. It is a rebuilding phase as WWE finds a new normal. Are fans sticking around?

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Showbuzz Daily reports that WWE RAW drew a three-hour average of 1.817 million viewers. Hour one drew 1.945 million. hour two had 1.888 million, and hour number three brought in 1.619 million viewers.

This week marks the lowest all-time viewership in the history of the longest running weekly episodic television show in history, WWE Raw. This number beat out the December 23rd episode drew an average of 1.835 million viewers last year.

Last week saw an overnight average of 1.842 million viewers. They drew 1.940 million in the first hour, 1.866 million in the second and 1.720 million in hour number 3.

Hopefully, WWE can pull the nose up on their dropping ratings soon. None of the hours brought an average of over 2 million viewers.

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