WWE Raw brought the go-home episode before the Horror Show at Extreme Rules. Was the viewership as scary as the event they were promoting?

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Showbuzz Daily reports that WWE Monday Night Raw brought an overnight three-hour average of 1.504 million viewers. They had 1.580 million in the first, 1.599 million in the second, and 1.504 million in the third hour. This is another all-time low for the since starting their three-hour era.

Last week brought a three-hour overnight average of 1,687,000 viewers. This was the lowest viewership the show has attained in the era since they became a three-hour program.

The previous week’s viewership brought an extremely low 1.735 million viewers as well. That was a drop of almost 200,000 fans from the previous week of 1.922 million viewers.

The week prior brought in 1.922 million viewers . That followed an overnight average of 1.939 million fans.

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