WWE presented NXT’s Halloween Havoc show on October 26th. They had title matches throughout the entire two-hour broadcast and many changes. How did the viewership turn out?

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According to Wrestlenomics, October 26th’s NXT Halloween Havoc special brought in an overnight viewership of 746,000 with a .18 in the 18 to 49 demographic.

The October 19th episode of WWE NXT brought in 606,000 viewers. They also brought in a .14 in the 18 to 49 demographic. That is a bit low and a drop from the previous week in viewership, but it was a slight boost in the demographic.

WWE NXT 2.0’s October 12th episode brought in an overnight average of 632,000 viewers. They also garnered a .13 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic. The average age of NXT’s viewership is 62, so that’s not really getting to their intended demographic.

The overnight viewership for October 5th’s episode of NXT 2.0 brought in 632,000 viewers, their lowest number since September 7th. They also scored a .13 in the targeted demographic.

September 28th’s episode of WWE NXT drew an overnight average of 655,000 viewers. The program did a 0.14 rating with viewers 18 to 49, pulling in about 183,000.

The September 21st episode of WWE NXT brought in an overnight average of 746,000 fans. It was noted that 260,000 of those fans were in the key demographic to give them a .20 rating.

September 14th’s debut of NXT 2.0 garnered an overnight viewership of 770,000, 275,000 of those viewers were in the 18 to 49 demographic to give them a .21 rating. That might not have been amazing, but it was the highest since April 27th.

H Jenkins

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