WWE Raw saw a notable increase in ratings and viewership for its latest episode, reaching its highest numbers since the Day 1 episode.

According to Wrestlenomics, Monday’s episode achieved a 0.56 rating in the 18-49 demographic and drew 1.686 million viewers. These figures marked a significant improvement, with a 24.4% increase in the demo rating and an 18.8% rise in viewership compared to the previous week’s 0.45 demo rating and 1.419 million viewers.

One of the contributing factors to this boost in numbers was the absence of an NFL Playoff game competing with Raw during the week. This allowed Raw to post its best ratings since the episode that aired on January 1st, which scored a 0.60 demo rating and 1.751 million viewers.

For the year 2024 up to date, Raw has averaged a 0.513 demo rating and 1.580 million viewers. Comparatively, during the same time period in 2023, Raw had an average of a 0.508 demo rating and 1.786 million viewers. These figures provide a snapshot of the show’s performance over the years and highlight the recent increase in viewership and ratings for WWE Raw.


What do you think about the recent increase in ratings and viewership for WWE Raw, especially considering the absence of an NFL Playoff game as a contributing factor? Let us know in the comments below.

Steve Carrier

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