WWE hyped a #1 contender match between Drew McIntyre and Kofi Kingston that we saw last week. They also promoted a few more things for their Memorial Day episode. How many viewers tuned in?
PW Torch reports that WWE RAW earned an overnight average of 1.418 million viewers. This is a new 2021 low for the longest running weekly episodic show in history. They also garnered a .44 in the 18-49 demographic.
Last week WWE RAW earned an overnight average of 1.62 million viewers for the 3-hours program. They also earned a .45 in the 18-49 demographic. That number marked the lowest viewership WWE Raw received so far in 2021. They featured segment was a Drew McIntyre vs Kofi Kingston #1 contender match that went to a non-finish.
Pro Wrestling Torch reported that the WWE Raw after WrestleMania Backlash earned an overnight average of 1.732 million viewers with a .48 in the 18-49 demographic. That episode included all of the fallout after the pay-per-view.
The WWE Raw before WrestleMania Backlash brought an overnight three-hour overnight average of 1.817 million viewers. The week before that brought in 1.872 million viewers with a .53 in the 18-49 demographic.
The previous week brought in 1.77 million viewers with a .49 in the 18-49 demographic. The week prior drew 1.907 million viewers. That was a fall from the previous week.
The Raw after WrestleMania 37, drew 2.026 million viewers. The week prior brought in 1.7013 million overnight viewers. That was a small slump from the previous week, but not by much.