Last week’s episode of AEW Rampage, which aired at an earlier timeslot of 7 PM ET instead of the usual 10 PM ET, experienced a decline in ratings as anticipated.

According to Wrestlenomics, the episode garnered a 0.09 rating in the coveted 18 – 49 demographic and attracted 300,000 viewers. These figures represent a decrease of 35.7% in the demo rating and 34.2% in viewership compared to the previous week’s numbers, which stood at a 0.14 demo rating and 456,000 viewers.

These metrics mark the lowest performance for AEW Rampage thus far in 2024. However, it aligns closely with the last time the show aired in the early Friday timeslot on May 19th of the previous year, where it achieved a 0.09 demo rating and 293,000 viewers. Comparatively, during the same period last year, the preempted show obtained a 0.07 demo rating and 287,000 viewers.

As of 2024, AEW Rampage boasts an average demo rating of 0.120 and 378,000 viewers. This is slightly lower than the figures recorded at the same point in 2023, which were a demo rating of 0.121 and 436,000 viewers.


Despite the dip in ratings for the earlier timeslot airing, AEW Rampage continues to maintain a solid viewership base and remains a significant player in the wrestling landscape.

What can AEW do to increase it’s viewership for AEW Rampage? Let us know in the comments below.

Steve Carrier

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