AEW brought another episode of Rampage this week. Now, we are getting a look at how many fans tuned in to see what happened, even though spoiler results were already available.
According to Wrestlenomics, the December 29th episode of AEW Rampage drew 326,000 viewers, with a .11 to 49 demographic. That number is down from the previous week’s number.
On December 29th, Chris Jericho delivered a promo, leading to a reconciliation with Sammy Guevara, who joined him in the ring. In a Pure Rules Match for the ROH Pure Championship, Wheeler Yuta beat Matt Sydal.
The entrance of Danhausen triggered an attack from Yuta, with HOOK intervening to make the save. Ruby Soho, accompanied by Saraya and Harley Cameron, won against Marina Shafir, with Cameron’s distraction playing a part in the finish.
The team of Orange Cassidy, Trent Beretta, and Rocky Romero also beat Top Flight and Action Andretti. It was quite a full episode for fans on a Friday night.
The December 22nd episode of AEW Rampage brought in 363,000 viewers, with a .08 in the 18 to 49 demographic. On the December 15th episode of AEW Rampage, the national viewership was 296K, including 100K in the 18 to 49 demographic. This figure showed a decrease compared to the previous week.
For the December 8th episode, AEW Rampage garnered 337,000 viewers and a 0.1 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic. This marked a slight decline from the December 1st episode, which had 348,000 viewers, though the 18 to 49 demographic remained at a 0.1 rating.
Future episodes of Rampage will reveal whether the show can attract a larger viewership. The Friday night competition, including a show from one of Tony Khan’s other companies airing simultaneously, may have played a role in the numbers.
What’s your take on AEW Rampage’s viewership? Let us know what you think about it in the comments section!