Last week’s episode of WWE NXT showcased the aftermath of Vengeance Day, with characters such as Trick Williams still grappling with the repercussions of the brand’s inaugural Premium Live Event of 2024.

Notably, Bron Breakker and Baron Corbin, victors of the Dusty Rhodes Classic at Vengeance Day, seized their opportunity for the NXT Tag Team Championship on the February 13 episode. But how many viewers tuned in to witness the unfolding drama?

According to data from Wrestlenomics, the February 13, 2024 edition of NXT garnered an average of 650,000 viewers. This figure mirrored the viewership from the previous week.

The show also maintained a steady 0.19 rating in the crucial 18-49 demographic. Despite this consistency, NXT secured the 15th position among all cable television shows aired that night. The top spots were dominated by Vanderpump Rules and an NBA game between the Orlando Magic and the Oklahoma City Thunder, with the latter directly competing with NXT.


Viewership for the episode began on a strong note, with 735,000 viewers tuning in at the start of the first quarter. However, numbers gradually declined throughout the first hour before rebounding to 678,000 viewers by the fifth quarter. Although viewer count fluctuated, it dipped to as low as 551,000 by the eighth quarter before experiencing a significant surge during the seven-minute overrun. This resulted in a final tally of 648,000 viewers as the show concluded.

How do you interpret the consistent viewership figures for WWE NXT following Vengeance Day? Let us know in the comments below.

Steve Carrier

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