AEW brought an episode of Dynamite on Saturday night last week, but WWE also aired a replay of SmackDown. That head-to-head battle was a close one, but there was a definite winner.

Click here for our complete coverage of AEW Saturday Night Dynamite from last week.

According to Andrew Zarian of the Mat Men Pro Wrestling podcast, AEW Saturday Night Dynamite on October 23rd drew 515,000 fans. Meanwhile, Fox’s replay of Friday Night SmackDown received 578,000 viewers. It should be noted that both numbers will be higher once the final viewership stats come in. No rating was revealed at this time.

AEW Saturday Night Dynamite on October 16th drew 727,000 viewers. They also drew a .28 in the coveted demographic. That is down on both accounts from last week.

October 7th’s Anniversary Special drew an overnight average of 1,053,000 viewers. They also scored a .37 in the 18 to 49 demographic.

The September 29th episode of AEW Dynamite brought an overnight average of 1,152,000 viewers. 588K of those viewers were in the 18 to 49 demographic to give a .40 rating .

September 22nd’s AEW Grand Slam event drew an overnight average of 1,273,000 viewers. Of that number, 627,000 were in the coveted 18 to 49 demographic to give them a .48 rating. This ends AEW’s two-week streak beating WWE Raw in the ratings. WWE Raw brought in 1.793 million viewers with a .49 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic.

The overnight viewership for the September 15th edition of AEW Dynamite brought in and average of 1,175,000 viewers. 574,000 viewers were in the 18 to 49 demographic, giving AEW Dynamite a .44 rating this week. That put AEW Dynamite ahead of WWE Raw’s rating for the second consecutive week. Raw had a .43 rating,

The company’s September 8th episode of AEW Dynamite brought in an overnight average of 1.3 million viewers. They also scored a .53 in the 18 to 49 demographic.

September 1st’s episode of AEW Dynamite brought in an overnight average of 1,047,000. 486,000 of those viewers were in the 18 to 49 demographic to give them a .38 rating.

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