Tag - RAW ratings

Raw rating for 04/04/2016

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The post-WrestleMania Monday Night Raw got owned in the ratings by the NCAA basketball game, getting only an average of 4,090,000 viewers. Last year’s post-Mania show did over 5 million viewers. Hour one started with 4,278,000 viewers, followed by a small dip to 4,178,000 in the second hour, before dropping off to 3,816,000 in the third hour...

Raw rating for 03/28/2016

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The final Raw before WrestleMania drew 3,764,000 viewers, up 365,000 viewers from last week’s broadcast. Hour one did 3,818,000 viewers, followed by an increase to 3,845,000 in the second hour, before going down to 3,629,000 in the third and final hour. A total of 216,000 viewers did not care to stick around to see the second Triple H and Roman...

Raw rating for 03/22/2016

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The penultimate Raw before WrestleMania drew a total of 3,399,000 viewers, down for the fourth straight in a row. The show had 58,000 viewers less from last week’s broadcast. Hour one started with 3,466,000 viewers, then dropped slightly to 3,416,000 viewers before going further down to 3,317,000 in the third and final hour. Just for comparison...

Raw rating for 03/14/2016

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A fully loaded Raw with appearances from The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar, Shane McMahon and even Mick Foley, did nothing to lure viewers in or keep those from last week. Yesterday’s show did a total of 3,457,000 viewers, down almost 100,000 from the previous week with just 3 weeks away from WrestleMania. Hour one did 3,471,000 viewers, then dropped...

Raw rating for 03/07/2016

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Monday Night Raw this week saw a dip of 173,000 viewers from last week’s show, getting an average of 3,279,000 viewers, down from 3,551,000 from last week. Hour one was the best one with 3,760,000 viewers, then it went down slightly to 3,614,000 in the second hour, before a big drop to 3,279,000 in the third and final hour. This has been the...

Raw rating for 02/29/2016

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Raw this week drew a total of 3,724,000 viewers with the brief return of the Undertaker, down 160,000 viewers from last week’s show which also featured another return, that one of Shane McMahon. Hour one started strong with 3,961,000 viewers but then it dipped to 3,660,000 viewers in the second hour and even further down to 3,551,000 in the...

Raw rating for 02/22/2016

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This week’s Raw, with the surprise return of Shane McMahon, drew a total of 3,884,000 viewers, up 651,000 viewers from last week’s show. Hour one did 4,201,000 viewers, followed by 4,055,000 in the second hour, and then down to 3,396,000 in the third and final hour. From hour one to hour three Raw lost a whopping 805,000 viewers. This was the...

Raw rating for 02/15/2016

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Monday Night Raw this week drew 3,477,000 viewers for the three hour broadcast, a decrease of 430,000 viewers from last week. The show went up against The Grammy Awards, which did monster ratings. It was the lowest rated Raw since December 21, 2015. Hour one did 3,661,000 viewers, hour two did 3,537,000 viewers, and hour three dropped to 3,233,000...

Raw rating for 02/08/2016

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This week’s Raw, featuring the Daniel Bryan retirement speech did a total of 3,726,000 viewers, an increase of 343,000 viewers over last week’s episode. Hour one drew 3,907,000 viewers, followed by 3,905,000 in the second hour before it dropped to 3,368,000 in the third and final hour which had Bryan’s segment. Unfortunately Raw lost over...

Raw rating for 02/01/2016

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Monday Night Raw failed to keep its viewership from the big bump last week and returned to its sort-of average number of 3,83,000 viewers this week, a drop of a whopping 715,000 viewers from last week’s show which featured the Rumble fallout and the return of The Rock. Hour one did 3,592,000, followed by 3,464,000 in the second hour, and then...

Raw rating for 01/25/2016

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The fallout from the Royal Rumble garnered a lot of interest with an average viewership of 4,098,000, up 600,000 viewers from last week’s show. Hour one did 4,140,000 viewers, then increased to 4,183,000 with The Rock’s second hour, and then it went slightly down to 3,972,000 in the third and final hour with the big Fastlane main event...

Raw rating for 01/18/2016

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The Royal Rumble go-home edition of Monday Night Raw did a total of 3,496,000 viewers, up 173,000 viewers from last week’s show however there was some bad news throughout the show. Hour one kicked off with a pretty solid 3,775,000 number, then went down to 3,591,000 in the second hour before falling way down to 3,123,000 in the third and final...

Raw rating for 01/11/2016

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Monday Night Raw did 3,323,000 viewers this week, down quarter of a million viewers from last week’s show. WWE had some serious competition with college football on ESPN which drew a massive 25.6 million viewers. Hour one did 3,536,000 viewers, followed by 3,206,000 in the second hour, before a bump to 3,228,000 viewers in third and final hour...

Raw rating for 01/04/2016

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The first Monday Night Raw of 2016 with a main event of Roman Reigns vs Sheamus with Vince McMahon as the special referee drew an average of 3,575,000 viewers. The number is slightly up, around 40,000, from last week’s show. Hour one did 3,707,000 viewers, followed by 3,516,000 in the second hour, and then 3,503,000 for the third hour and the...

Raw rating for 12/28/2015

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The last Raw of 2015 did 3,536,000 viewers on average, up 202,000 viewers from last week’s show which itself did 500,000 viewers less from the post-TLC show. Hour one started strong with 3,695,000 viewers, followed by 3,488,000 in the second hour, and then slightly less to 3,425,000 in the third and final hour. The opening angle was a big hit...

Raw rating for 12/21/2015

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The Slammy Awards Raw did an average of 3,334,000 viewers this week and failed to keep up with the momentum that last week’s show set, losing a total of 500,000 viewers from the post-TLC Raw which also crowned Roman Reigns as the new champion. Hour one was the strongest with 3,443,000 viewers, followed by 3,374,000 in the second hour, and then...

Raw rating for 12/14/2015

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Monday Night Raw rebounded big time in the ratings this week coming off the pay-per-view and the hyped appearance of WWE Chairman Vince McMahon. The show did a total of 3,884,666 average viewers, up significantly from last week’s 3,054,000. An additional 800,000 viewers tuned in to see the fallout from TLC. Hour one did 4,043,000 viewers...

Raw rating for 12/07/2015

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Monday Night Raw did an average of 3,054,000 viewers this week, down from last week’s 3,168,000. The third hour once again dragged down the number with Raw losing 420,000 viewers from hour one to hour three. Hour one did 3,270,000 viewers, followed by 3,042,000 in the second hour and then down to 2,850,000 in the third and final hour. (Ratings...

Raw rating for 11/30/2015

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This week’s Raw did 3,168,000 viewers, up from the 2,964,000 viewers it did last week which was a new low record in 20 years. The show only increased by 204,000 viewers compared to last week whereas last week the show dropped 328,000 viewers from the previous week. First hour did 3,309,000 viewers, followed by 3,190,000 in the second hour, and...

Raw rating for 11/23/2015

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Crowning a new WWE champion did nothing to spark interest in Monday Night Raw as the post-Survivor Series episode did an average of 2,964,000 viewers, down 328,000 viewers from last week which had a Divas contract signing as the main event. Hour one started with 3,190,000 viewers, and then dropped to 2,990,000 in the second hour before going down...