Raw on Syfy Replay Viewership – First Five Weeks average, plus replay viewers for 6/13 Raw

By James Caldwell, PWTorch assistant editor



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The first five weeks of WWE Raw replays have averaged 430,000 viewers Friday nights on Syfy. That translates to about 13 percent of the live Monday night airings on USA Network this year.

The most-recent replay did not get much of a bump to make up for year-low viewership for the June 13 Raw.

The June 17 replay drew 413,000 viewers after the original airing on June 13 drew 2.970 million viewers.

The median age viewer for the replay was 49.8 years-old with a split of 62 percent males 18-49 and 38 percent females 18-49.

WWE will need a big DVR bump from Monday’s broadcast to get to their desired 4.0 million mark of total viewership for each episode.

Through the first four weeks of the Syfy replays, Raw’s total audience (original live+same day, DVR, and Friday replay) added up to slightly more than 4.0 million viewers.

 

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