WWE had one more episode of RAW to put on before Survivor Series. They packed a lot into the show this week, and now we know how the viewership turned out.

Ringside News provided comprehensive coverage of WWE RAW this week. It was quite a show, as the company prepared fans for Survivor Series in Chicago.

According to Wrestlenomics, the November 20th episode of WWE RAW brought in a viewership of 1,459,000 viewers, with a .49 in the 18 to 49 demographic. Sports Media Watch reported that, the show’s big competition, the Eagles vs Chiefs game on Monday Night Football, was the most-watched Monday Night Football regular season game in 27 years with 28.96 million viewers on Monday Night Football across ABC (15.55M), ESPN (11.49M) and the Peyton and Eli “Manningcast” on ESPN2 (1.92M)

The November 20th episode of WWE RAW focused on Survivor Series as the go-home episode before the premium live event. In the end, they revealed that Randy Orton is returning. They also set up a few matches for next week’s show, like a WWE Women’s Tag Team Title match.

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The November 13th episode of WWE RAW brought in 1,467,000 viewers, with a .44 in the 18 to 49 demographic. That number was down from the last week’s number.

The October 30th episode of WWE RAW brought an overnight average of 1.390 million viewers, with a .43 in the 18 to 49 demographic. That number was down from the previous week, but they also had competition from Monday Night Football and the MLB World Series.

The October 23rd episode of WWE RAW brought in 1,476,000 viewers, with a .46 in the 18 to 49 demographic. The October 16th season premiere of WWE RAW brought in 1.483 million viewers, with a .44 in the 18 to 49 demographic.

We will have more updates on WWE RAW, and so much more here at Ringside News. Keep checking back for constant updates.

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