5/10 TNA Impact Viewers – Tuesday’s show falls to Pop TV low-point

By James Caldwell, PWTorch assistant editor


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This week’s TNA Impact fell to the fewest viewers on Pop TV since moving to one timeslot on Tuesday nights.

TNA Impact Viewership Tracking

May 10: TNA Impact drew 280,000 viewers on Pop TV, down 7.6 percent from 303,000 viewers last week.

Impact tied with the March 8 episode for fewest viewers this year on Pop TV. The March 8 episode’s total first-run audience was 280,000 viewers, split up in two timeslots.

Impact moved to one timeslot on April 12, with the previous low being 286,000 viewers.

– DEMOGRAPHICS: Impact’s median age was older than past episodes at 52.7 years-old, leading to a decline in overall adults 18-49 and males 18-49 viewers.

However, females 18-49 increased slightly from last week.

The resulting split was 59 percent m18-49 and 41 percent f18-49.

Impact’s Solo Timeslot Trendline

  • April 12: 286,000 viewers
  • April 19: 312,000 viewers
  • April 26: 332,000 viewers (Sacrifice special)
  • May 3: 303,000 viewers
  • May 10: 280,000 viewers

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4 Comments on 5/10 TNA Impact Viewers – Tuesday’s show falls to Pop TV low-point

  1. Tough night. Lots of competition in the form of NBA and NHL playoffs. Still, TNA cracked the top 150 again. They’ve been consistent on that front.

  2. Because they let the talent go. It’s a shame I was a fan but when styles walk a couple years back it started to crumble

  3. The only time I cared about TNA was when Hulk Hogan was there and they got rid of that stupid 6 sided ring. Now that Hogan is gone and Awesome Kong and Velvet Sky are gone and that 6 sided ring is back I just have no interest in watching it.

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