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A look at the 2017 Monday Night Raw viewership data

For the year 2017, Monday Night Raw averaged 3,081,000 viewers over a period of 52 weeks, which is slightly down from the 3,198,000 average from 2016.

It wasn’t the best year when it comes to ratings for Monday Night Raw as the show never crossed the 4 million average in 52 episodes. In 2016, the show passed the 4 million mark on three different occasions. And out of 52 weeks, the show only did over 3 million viewers on 25 occasions. Last year, 36 Raw shows did over 3 million average viewers.

The highest-rated Raw of 2017 was the night after WrestleMania on April 3. That show did an average of 3,767,000 viewers. The night after the Royal Rumble came close to 3,616,000 viewers to take the second spot and the April 10 Raw came third with 3,420,000 viewers.

The lowest-rated Raw was on June 12, with only an average of 2,542,000 viewers tuning in.

When it comes to the least-watched individual hours, hour one of the May 22 Raw drew 2,661,000 viewers. Hour two of the June 12 Raw had 2,552,000 viewers, and hour three of the June 12 Raw did 2,335,000 viewers.

Colin Vassallo
Colin Vassallohttps://www.wrestling-online.com
Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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