The latest episode of AEW Collision has just released its viewership numbers, and the results indicate a significant drop in viewership compared to the previous episode.
According to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics, the episode that aired on January 27 garnered 300,000 viewers, marking a noticeable decrease from the January 20 episode, which had an audience of 441,000 viewers.
Notably, the show also experienced a dip in its rating among viewers aged 18 to 49, recording a 0.06 rating for the recent episode, in contrast to the 0.12 rating achieved on January 20.
It’s important to consider that the January 20 episode of AEW Collision faced stiff competition from WWE’s Royal Rumble premium live event, which was simultaneously broadcast on Peacock. The clash with a major WWE event likely played a role in the decline in AEW Collision’s viewership and ratings for this particular episode.
The viewership and demographic ratings for AEW Collision have seen a noticeable decline from the previous episode, likely due to the competition from WWE’s Royal Rumble event.
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