AEW brought another taped episode of Rampage last week, but how did the viewership turn out as the roster continues on to their next stories.

Wrestlenomics reports that the July 1st episode of AEW Rampage brought in 486,000 viewers, with a .16 in the 18 to 49 demographic.

June 24th’s episode of AEW Rampage brought in 422,000 viewers. They also drew a .10 in the 18 to 49 demographic.

331,000 viewers on average watched the June 17th edition of AEW Rampage. That number included about 132,000 aged 18 to 49, for a 0.10 P18-49 rating.

The June 10th edition of AEW Rampage brought in 476,000 viewers with a .16 in the 18 to 49 demographic.

The June 3rd fast nationals ratings for AEW Rampage registered with 444k viewers including 170K in the demo. That is an increase from last week, but the viewership wasn’t outstanding, especially considering how CM Punk had a big announcement during a live Rampage. Still, Tony Khan won the “Friday Night War.”

The May 17th episode of AEW Rampage brought in an audience of 341,000 viewers with a .14 in the 18 to 49 demographic. They had a special start time of 6:30 PM EST.

May 20th’s edition of AEW Rampage pulled in 410,000 viewers with a .15 in the 18 to 49 demographic. They were on another special start time again due to the playoffs.

May 13th’s edition of AEW Rampage was on at 5:30 PM once again. They pulled in 340,000 viewers with a .12 in the 18 to 49 demographic. The next episode of Rampage will air at 7:00 PM EST, marking three consecutive weeks where the show isn’t in its regular timeslot.

The May 6th episode of AEW Rampage brought in 319K viewers. 141 of those viewers were in the key 18 to 49 demographic. That 5:30 time slot did not do them any favors.

We’ll have to see if AEW’s B Show can pull things up. They are certainly putting in enough work to build good cards, but they are also dealing with a difficult time slot.

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