The final episode of VICE TV’s docu-series “Who Killed WCW?” has received its viewership report card. The fourth and concluding episode, which aired on Tuesday, June 25, 2024, drew 124,000 viewers, according to

The Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson-produced series, which delves into the fall of World Championship Wrestling, also secured a 0.05 rating in the key 18-to-49 demographic for its one-hour program that premiered at 10/9c.


  • Episode One (June 4): 138,000 viewers, 0.03 rating
  • Episode Two (June 11): 117,000 viewers, 0.02 rating
  • Episode Three (June 18): 148,000 viewers, 0.06 rating
  • Episode Four (June 25): 124,000 viewers, 0.05 rating

The series maintained a steady audience throughout its run, peaking with Episode Three, which attracted 148,000 viewers and a 0.06 rating. The final episode’s performance indicates a consistent interest in the story of WCW’s demise, concluding on a strong note.

What are your thoughts on the viewership and ratings for VICE TV’s “Who Killed WCW?” series? How did you feel about the series’ exploration of WCW’s downfall, and what were your favorite moments or insights? Share your opinions and reflections in the comments below!

Steve Carrier

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