Monday Night Raw pulled in an average of 2,135,000 viewers, a 2,000 increase over last week’s show.
Hour one started with 2,351,000 viewers, followed by 2,207,000 viewers in the second hour, and down to 1,849,000 viewers in the third and final hour. Raw lost a whopping 502,000 viewers from the first to the third hour, leading to hour three getting the lowest number of viewers since the December 31, 2018 episode.
Raw was #4, #5, and #6 in the top 50 cable chart among the 18-49 demographic and was #11 in the overall viewership for the night on cable. The night was dominated by NFL on ESPN which drew nearly 14 million viewers. (Ratings credit: Showbuzzdaily.com)