WWE RAW Sees Slight Viewership Increase This Week

WWE brought an interesting episode of Raw as they made slim official momentum toward Fastlane, even less toward the road to WrestleMania. How did the viewership turn out?

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Showbuzz Daily reports that WWE Monday Night Raw brought an overnight three-hour overnight average of 1.897 million viewers. They also scored a .55 rating in the 18-49 demographic.

Last week WWE Raw brought in 1.88 million viewers for Bobby Lashley’s World Title win. The week prior drew an overnight average of 1.889 million viewers. The week before that drew 1.810 million viewers. The week prior brought a year-low of 1.715 million viewers.

The previous week saw Raw draw an overnight average of 1.89 million viewers. The previous week, they drew an overnight average of 1.819 million viewers. The week prior drew an overnight average of 1.854 million viewers.

The week before that drew and overnight average of 1.819 million viewers. Legends Night brought in 2.128 million viewers. That was a considerable rise from the previous week’s number.

The previous week’s episode drew 1.769 million viewers. The week before that dew 1.691 million viewers. This was a rise from the previous week’s terrible viewership number. The week prior drew a record low with 1.52 million viewers.

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