WWE RAW brought their post Horror Show at Extreme Rules episode. There were plenty of newsworthy moments, but did it bring in the viewership.

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Showbuzz Daily reports that WWE Monday Night Raw brought an overnight three-hour average of 1.6328 million viewers. They had 1.580 million in the first hour, 1.599 in the second, and 1.504 million in the third.

Last week drew 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 was a historic number for low ratings and viewership.


The previous week brought a three-hour overnight average of 1,687,000 viewers. That was the lowest viewership the show has attained in the era since they became a three-hour program. Of course, they broke that the next week.

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.

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