AEW brought Collision for fans, one day before AEW All In at Wembley Stadium. This was a pre-taped show, but did that hurt the viewership numbers?
Wrestlenomics reports that the August 26th episode of AEW Collision brought in 552,000 viewers, with a .16 in the 18 to 49 demographic. This was a go-home episode before AEW All In London in Wembley Stadium.
AEW Collision’s August 19th episode drew 454K viewers, this was down 5% from last week. Of that number, 201,000 of those viewers were in the treasured 18 to 49 demographic.
AEW Collision’s August 5th episode, the same where they were in direct competition with SummerSlam, drew an audience of 417,000, with a .13 in the 18 to 49 demographic. The July 29th episode of AEW Collision pulled in 739,000 viewers, with a .27 in the 18 to 49 demographic. That was a bit of a boost from last week’s flat number.The fast national numbers for AEW Collision’s July 22nd episode brought in 579,000 viewers, with 213,000 of those in the treasured 18 to 49 demographic. The July 14th episode of AEW Collision brought in 579,000 viewers. Of that number, 258k was in the key 18 to 49 demographic. That was a bit lower than the previous week, but it was also a bit stableThe July 7th episode of AEW Collision drew a viewership of 580,000, with a .21 in the 18 to 49 demographic. The July 1st episode of AEW Collision drew 452,000 viewers, and a .13 in the 18 to 49 demographic. AEW Collision’s June 24th episode was watched by 595,000 viewers on average, including about 272,000 aged 18 to 49, for a 0.21 P18-49 rating.The June 17th premiere episode of AEW Collision brought in 816,000 viewers, with a .30 in the 18 to 49 demographic. We will have to see if AEW can keep up Collision’s viewership. If they’re wanting around 500k to 600k viewers a week, then they might have hit their sweet spot.Keep checking back with Ringside News for more, and we invite you to chime in by using the comments section below!