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Raw rating for 09/21/2015

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The post-Night of Champions Monday Night Raw drew the lowest non-holiday rating since the early days of 1997 with an average of 3,349,000 viewers and a 1.16 rating in the 18-49 demo. That is down from last week’s 3.39 million viewers. Hour one drew 3,420,000 viewers, followed by 3,368,000 in the second hour, and then even worse at 3,260,000...

Raw rating for 09/14/2015

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The season premiere of Monday Night Raw which went head to head with Monday Night Football for the first time this season drew 3,397,000 viewers and just a 1.1 rating in the 18-49 demo. Compared to last week Raw did 12,000 viewers more. Hour one did 3,290,000 viewers, followed by 3,539,000 in the second hour, and then down to 3,363,000 in the...

Raw rating for 09/07/2015

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Monday Night Raw this week drew an average of 3,385,000 viewers, down over a whopping half a million viewers from last week’s show. Raw went head to head with college football on ESPN which did 10,585,000 viewers. With NFL season returning, WWE will face some tough competition every week and such numbers will probably become a weekly thing. Hour...

Raw rating for 08/31/2015

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Monday Night Raw drew 3,894,000 average viewers this week, up 173,000 viewers from last week. Raw also did an average of 1.4 rating in the 18-49 demographic. Hour one pulled in 3,865,000 viewers for the return of Sting, followed by 3,987,000 in the second hour, and then 3,831,000 in the third and final hour. It was the best number for Raw since...

Raw rating for 08/24/2015

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The post-SummerSlam Monday Night Raw drew less viewers than last week and the buzz coming off from the weekend in Brooklyn did not translate to television viewers on Monday night. The show did an average of 3,721,000 viewers, down 56,000 viewers from the previous week. Hour one did 3,606,000 viewers, hour two did 3,794,000 viewers, and then hour...

Raw rating for 08/17/2015

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The final Raw before SummerSlam did an average of 3,776,000 viewers in the ratings and a 1.3 in the adult 18-49 demo, landing WWE in second place in the cable ratings on Monday night. Despite being a very important show with appearances from both Lesnar and the Undertaker, Raw did 61,000 less viewers from last week. Hour one did 3,649,000 viewers...

Raw rating for 08/10/2015

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Monday Night Raw this week drew an average of 3,837,000 viewers, up from last week’s 3,702,000 number and the best rating since June 15. Hour one started with 3,791,000 viewers and then went slightly down to 3,775,000 in the second hour, before bouncing back to 3,947,000 in the third and final hour. (Ratings credit: TV By The Numbers)

Raw rating for 08/03/2015

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This week’s edition of Monday Night Raw did 3,701,666 viewers, up slightly by 31,000 viewers from last week’s show. Hour one did 3,739,000 viewers, followed by 3,695,000 in the second hour, and then down to 3,671,000 in the third and final hour. Taking out the July 20 show, it’s been the highest rated show since June 22. (Ratings credit: TV...

Raw rating for 07/27/2015

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Monday Night Raw drew an average of 3,671,000 viewers this week, down 133,000 viewers from the post-Battleground show last week. Hour one drew 3,421,000 viewers, followed by 3,754,000 in the second hour and then another increase to 3,839,000 in the third and final hour. The good thing from this week is that the audience increased by over 400,000...

Raw rating for 07/20/2015

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Raw ratings went up a bit this week following the return of the Undertaker although on average the show failed the hit the 4 million mark. The three hour broadcast did an average of 3,804,000 viewers, up around 273,000 from last week. Hour one did 3,840,000 viewers, and then it went up to 4,030,000 in the second hour, but then took an almost half...

Raw rating for 07/13/2015

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Monday Night Raw’s string of bad viewership numbers continues this week with the show getting 3,531,000 viewers, down 116,000 from the previous week. The first hour did 3,432,000 viewers, followed by 3,514,000 in the second hour, and then up to 3,647,000 viewers in the third and final hour. The only good news was that the show increased viewers...

Raw rating for 07/06/2015

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Monday Night Raw was up a bit in the ratings this week after delivering one of the worst numbers in over 18 years last week. The show did a total of 3,647,000 viewers, up around 220,000 viewers. Apart from last week it’s still the lowest number for the past month. Hour one did 3,637,000 viewers, followed by 3,689,000 in the second hour, and...

Raw rating for 06/29/2015

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Monday Night Raw had a bad week in terms of viewership as the show did an average of just 3,462,000 viewers, down over 200,000 viewers from last week. The show so far is the lowest rated of 2015 and the second lowest non-holiday show since 1997. Ouch! Hour one did 3,362,000 viewers, followed by 3,544,000 in the second hour, and then down to...

Raw rating for 06/22/2015

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Monday Night Raw did not do that well in the ratings this week, suffering a 440,000 viewership dip compared to last week’s show. Hour one did 3,594,000 viewers, followed by 3,606,000 viewers in the second hour, and then 3,812,000 viewers in the third and final hour. The only good news is that the show increased as time went on instead of...

Raw rating for 06/15/2015

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The post-Elimination Chamber Raw did an average of 4,113,666 viewers, up nearly half a million viewers from last week’s show. Hour one did 4,095,000 viewers, followed by 4,249,000 in the second hour, and then down to 3,997,000 in the third and final hour. The reveal of the number one contender, Brock Lesnar, did not spike the numbers in the...

Raw rating for 06/08/2015

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Monday Night Raw did not fare so well this week as the show dropped around 330,000 viewers from last week’s episode, getting a total of 3,645,000 viewers. Hour one was the highest rated with an average of 3,678,000 viewers tuned in, followed by 3,609,000 in the second hour, and then slightly back up with 3,647,000 in the third and final hour...

Raw rating for 06/01/2015

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The post-Elimination Chamber Monday Night Raw drew a total of 3,974,000 viewers, up around 375,000 viewers from the previous week. Hour one did 3,964,000 viewers, followed by 4,113,000 in the second hour, and then down to 3,862,000 in the third and final hour. (Ratings credit: PWInsider.com)

Raw rating for 05/25/2015

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The Memorial Day edition of Monday Night Raw drew 3,590,000 viewers, down around 300,000 viewers from the previous week. Hour one did 3,790,000 viewers, hour two did 3,590,000 viewers, and hour three did even less with 3,420,000 viewers. The total viewership for the show was one of the lowest for 2015.

Raw rating for 05/18/2015

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The post-Payback edition of Monday Night Raw drew an average of 3,999,000 viewers, up 312,000 viewers from last week’s show. Hour one and two each drew an average of 4,001,000 viewers while the third hour went down slightly to 3,995,000. This is the best number WWE has done in a month. (Ratings credit: PWInsider.com)

Raw rating for 05/11/2015

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This week’s Monday Night Raw did a total average of 3,687,000 viewers, up just over 100,000 viewers from last week’s show which had one of the lowest numbers since 1997. Hour one did 3,824,000 viewers, hour two did 3,853,000, and then hour three crashed down to 3,385,000 viewers, a drop of almost half a million viewers. (Ratings credit:...