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 with the audience with Vince McMahon kicking off the show. From hour one to hour three Raw lost 270,000 viewers.
Raw faced some stiff competition over at ESPN for Monday Night Football as the football game did 15.8 million viewers, a season high so far. (Ratings credit: ShowBuzzDaily.com)