WWE brought an episode of Raw that started out with a big Retribution angle and it got crazier from there. Did the audience stick around?
Showbuzz Daily reports that WWE Monday Night Raw brought an overnight three-hour average of 1.667 million viewers. They had 1.746 million in the first hour, 1.692 million in the second, and 1.565 million in the third hour of the show.
Last week’s episode of Raw was “In Your Face.” They drew 1.689 million viewers. They had 1.812 million viewers in the first hour, 1.734 million viewers in the second, and the third hour saw 1.521 million viewers stay until the end of the show.
Interestingly enough, they were up in the ratings last week. Raw finished with an average .50 rating in the 18-49 demographic. That is up from their .48 average last week.
The week prior, WWE Raw brought in an overnight average of 1.725 million viewers. The week prior’s three hour overnight average was 1.89 million viewers. That is a substantial fall from the previous week’s number number of 2.045 million.
The week before that brought in 1.643 million viewers. They captured 1.730 million viewers in the first hour, 1,697 in the second, and 1.502 million in the third. They fell substantially from week prior.
The previous week’s Raw earned an overnight viewership of 1.722 million viewers. This was up just a little bit from previous week of 1.714 million viewers.