New insights have emerged regarding the viewership of a significant WWE segment featuring the Bloodline on SmackDown, providing intriguing details about the audience response.

During the June 16 episode of SmackDown, Jey Uso shocked fans by betraying Roman Reigns, delivering superkicks to both the Tribal Chief and his brother Solo Sikoa, and aligning himself with Jimmy Uso.

This captivating segment sparked conversations within the wrestling community, as fans eagerly awaited the unfolding of the Bloodline storyline.

According to Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio, while the household rating for the episode wasn’t particularly remarkable, the viewership numbers were notably high. Interestingly, the data indicated that more families tuned in to watch this particular episode together compared to regular shows.


Meltzer shared his observations, stating, “The actual household rating was not that special, but the viewership was really high. So this was one of those things where lots of families watched this one together, way more than a usual show.”

The segment featuring Jey Uso’s pivotal decision reached its peak towards the end of the episode, drawing an impressive 2.765 million viewers. Furthermore, the segment also resonated strongly with the coveted 18-49 demographic, amassing nearly one million viewers and achieving a 0.76 rating.

The revelation of Jey Uso’s betrayal and his alliance with Jimmy Uso clearly captivated the audience, generating a surge in viewership and sparking excitement among fans. The emotional impact of the Bloodline storyline was evidently felt by viewers of all ages, as families tuned in to witness the dramatic twist together.

With such significant viewership and enthusiastic responses from fans, the Bloodline storyline is poised to become an even more compelling element of WWE’s SmackDown programming.

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Steve Carrier

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