Monday Night Raw dropped in the ratings this week versus the toughest competition so far but still avoided getting an all-time low. The show averaged 1,686,000 viewers, down 136,000 viewers from last week.
The first hour did 1,791,000 viewers, then dropped to 1,666,000 viewers for the second hour, before closing the night with 1,601,000 viewers. Raw faced an uphill battle with the NFL on CBS doing 14 million viewers, NFL on ESPN doing nearly 9 million viewers, and MLB on TBS doing 2.3 million viewers, apart from news shows which did better numbers due to Trump’s COVID-19 coverage.
Raw was #6, #7, and #8 in the top 50 cable chart with 0.56, 0.52, and 0.49 ratings respectively and was #44 in overall viewership for the night on cable. (Ratings credit: Showbuzzdaily.com)