WWE brought the fallout from NXT TakeOver: In Your House. Samoa Joe was also heavily rumored and he showed up. It was a big night for the black and gold brand, but did the viewership show up?

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According to PW Torch, WWE NXT brought in an overnight average of 695,000 viewers this week. The also pulled in a .19 in the coveted 18 to 49 demographic. That number was up from last week’s viewership.

Last week’s WWE NXT drew an overnight average of 669,000 viewers. That was up by about a thousand from the previous week’s number. They also drew a .20 in the 18-49 demographic.

According to F4WOnline, WWE NXT’s viewership was 668,000 viewers the previous week. The key demographic rating was not available because the show did not rank in the top 150.

According to PW Torch, the previous week’s WWE NXT drew an overnight average of 698,000 fans. That is down by 2,000 from the week prior’s number. They also pulled a .13 in the coveted 18-49 demographic. They also had some stiff competition from the NBA Playoffs.

Showbuzz Daily reported that the previous week’s WWE NXT drew an overnight average of 700,000 viewers. That is a bit up from last week, but not by much.

The week before that drew 697,000 viewers with a .17 in the coveted 18-49 demographic. The week prior drew 761,000 viewers with a .18 in the 18-49 demographic.

The previous week brought in 744,000 viewers with a .22 in the 18-49 demographic. The week prior brought in 841,000 viewers with a .23 rating in the 18-49 demographic.

The week before that drew 805,000 viewers for their first week on Tuesday night. They also pulled in a .22 in the 18-49 demographic. This was an increase from the previous week’s number as well.

The week prior saw AEW Dynamite pull in 688,000 viewers. NXT brought in 768,000 viewers for night one of NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver, a show that also played commercial-free on Peacock. AEW Dynamite still won in the coveted 18-49 demographic. They scored a .28 to WWE NXT’s .22.

H Jenkins

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