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Monday’s Raw drew the highest TV rating since the night after the Fast Lane PPV when Shane McMahon returned.
WWE Raw TV Ratings Tracking
March 28: Raw scored a 2.66 rating, up nine percent from a season-low 2.44 rating last week.
The TV rating reversed a four-week downward trend that started after the Fast Lane PPV in February.
Raw was essentially tied with Daniel Bryan’s retirement Raw (2.65 rating) on the scale of TV ratings since the Royal Rumble.
WWE now has a chance to draw a 3.0 rating or above next week for post-Mania Raw. Raw has not reached that point since post-Mania Raw last year.
– Raw’s three hours averaged 3.771 million viewers, up about 370,000 viewers (11 percent) from last week’s show. Hourly Break Down:
- First Hour: 3.823 million viewers
- Second Hour: 3.852 million viewers (slight increase)
- Third Hour: 3.638 million viewers (5.6 percent decline)
– Demographics: Raw got big one-week boosts in adults 18-49, males 18-34, and males 18-49. The show essentially returned to the levels of post-Fast Lane Raw after the four-week decline period.