6/7 TNA Impact Viewers – Impact dips leading into Slammiversary

By James Caldwell, PWTorch assistant editor

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TNA Impact’s Tuesday night viewership dipped for the second consecutive week leading into Slammiversary.

TNA Impact Viewership Tracking

June 7: TNA Impact drew 326,000 viewers Tuesday night on Pop, down six percent from last week’s audience of 346,000.

The show was down nine percent from a seasonal peak of 359,000 viewers two weeks ago.

Since moving to one timeslot on Tuesday nights, Impact has averaged 317,000 viewers, placing this week’s show slightly above-average.

– DEMOGRAPHICS: Impact drew almost the same audience as last week in terms of key demos.

The median age viewer was 54.1 years-old, slightly younger than 54.5 last week.

But, because of the overall smaller audience, the audiences of adults 18-49, males 18-49, and females 18-49 dipped slightly from last week.

All three categories dipped by the same amount, resulting in the identical split as last week of 65 percent m18-49 and 35 percent f18-49.

Since moving to one timeslot, the average split has been 62/38, placing this week’s show slightly below average.

1 Comment on 6/7 TNA Impact Viewers – Impact dips leading into Slammiversary

  1. Not bad. Still pretty good. Just continue to stay above the 300,000 every week. And try to reach 400,000 by August.

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