Raw Ratings: Viewership down, third hour dropoff highest in last month, key metrics including versus NBA and NHL, cable ranking

By Wade Keller, PWTorch editor


Last night’s episode of WWE Monday Night Raw drew a 1.86 rating, down from last week’s 1.92. The monthly average so far is 1.91. The ten-week rolling average is 2.19. The 2018 average is now 2.21.

The hourly viewership was: 2.792, 2.767, and 2.447. That dropoff of 345,000 is a little below the 402,000 average dropoff for the year, but the biggest in the last four weeks.

Raw drew a 1.89 rating one year ago, 2.29 two years ago.

Raw dropped in the 18-49 key demo to no. 4, 5, and 6 (for each hour) in the cable rankings for Monday night, behind the NBA Playoffs (Cavs vs. Celtics) on ESPN, SportsCenter following the game on ESPN, and “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” on VH1.

By comparison, while Raw’s best hour drew 2.792 million total viewers, the NBA Conference Finals drew 7.775 million and the NHL Conference Finals drew 2.112 million.

NOW CHECK OUT THIS RECENT REPORT: WWE’s MSG line-up updated, Big Cass pulled from Joe match tonight, Hardy vs. Bryan on Smackdown, Total Bellas viewership down

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.