Impact viewership up with an accomplishment in reach not achieved since October 2016, key metrics and perspective

By Wade Keller, PWTorch editor


Impact Wrestling on Pop TV last night rebound to 326,000 viewers, the highest rating since 373,000 five weeks ago, ending the streak of two prior weeks under 300,000.

The average in May so far is 306,000, down from 325,000 last month and 360,000 the prior month, but it is on pace to be the first time Impact has averaged 300,000-plus viewers three months in a row October 2016. The year-ago monthly average was 280,000.

The average so far this year is 321,000, up from 293,000 through this week one year ago.


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5 Comments on Impact viewership up with an accomplishment in reach not achieved since October 2016, key metrics and perspective

  1. Arriba!!! Attaboy, Impact. That’s how you do it. Great rebound for them.

    And last night’s show was very good. It broke the string of the last two week’s episodes of Impact which were very boring. In particular, last week was the worst episode of Impact under the Callis regime. So they needed this good news.

  2. While this is great, it still doesn’t mean much. Not everybody is watching or caring about Impact Wrestling as long as McMahon’s nonsense is still going.

  3. When you see WWE’s sports entertainment getting billion-dollar contracts, what does any “pro wrestling” show mean? WWE is king. Live shows on television, a sports opera for fans, merch for kids. Impact hasn’t a clue. And I’m a fan!

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