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Monday’s Raw was not able to sustain a season-high TV rating last week. Instead, Raw returned to the same levels from earlier in the fall TV season. Plus, viewership fell to a year-low audience.
WWE Raw TV Ratings
— November 2: Raw scored a 2.32 rating, down from a season-high 2.46 rating last week following Hell in a Cell.
Raw returned to the same average level as the previous five weeks…
- Sept. 28 – 2.33 rating
- Oct. 5 – 2.35 rating
- Oct. 12 – 2.33 rating
- Oct. 19 – 2.21 rating (fall low)
- Oct. 26 – 2.46 rating (fall high)
- Nov. 2 – 2.32 rating
Despite the overall rating declining, Raw was up one-tenth of a rating in males 18-34. However, adults 18-49 lost last week’s gain and males 18-49 was down slightly from last week.
– Raw averaged 3.248 million viewers over the course of the show, down three percent from last week’s show.
It was the fewest viewers of the year, shorting the Oct. 12 episode’s 3.284 million viewers.
Hourly Break Down: 3.375 million first hour viewers (fewest since Sept. 14), decline to 3.180 million second hour viewers, and even at 3.189 million third hour viewers.
The past two weeks, Raw has held up in the third hour with compelling main events, but the second hour has really fallen off. This week’s second hour drew the fewest of the year.
– The overall rating is down five-tenths of a rating compared to a 2.84 rating on November 3 of last year. The key demographic ratings were three-tenths of a rating higher in 2014.