Raw TV Ratings Report – Road to WrestleMania 32 Season continues downward trend in Three-Hour Raw Era

By James Caldwell, PWTorch assistant editor


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WWE just completed its fourth “Road to WrestleMania” season of the Three-Hour Raw Era.

TV ratings and viewership have steadily declined each year from 2013 to 2014 to 2015 to 2016. In a most-interesting stat, average viewership for the 2016 season was down exactly 1 million viewers from 2013 – 4.647 million viewers in 2013 to 3.647 million viewers in 2016.

This year’s Road to Mania fell 11 percent in TV ratings and 9.5 percent in TV viewership compared to just last year. Looking back to two years ago, the Road to WM32 was down 17 percent.

Three-Hour Raw Era – Road to WrestleMania (post-Rumble Raw to final Raw before WM)

  • 2013: 3.35 TV rating / 4.647 million viewers
    • 2016 down 22.3% / 22.0%
  • 2014: 3.15 TV rating / 4.395 million viewers
    • 2016 down 17.5% / 17.0%
  • 2015: 2.93 TV rating / 4.031 million viewers
    • 2016 down 11.2% / 9.5 percent
  • 2016: 2.60 TV rating / 3.647 million viewers

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