WWE Smackdown tops Tuesday night ratings with one of the lowest viewership numbers of all-time for the series, key metrics, perspective

By Wade Keller, PWTorch editor



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Last night’s WWE Smackdown drew a 1.40 rating and 1.930 million viewers, among the lowest of all time for the weekly series, but also good enough to be the top rated show on cable Tuesday night in the key 18-49 demographic.

The 1.40 rating is down from last week’s 1.51. It’s down from the year-ago rating of 1.56 and the two-years-ago rating of 1.53.

The current year average for Smackdown is 1.53, down from the year ago average through this week of 1.75 and the two-years-ago average of 1.77.

The 18-49 demo rating for Smackdown was 0.6, topping the no. 2 show “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” which drew 0.5. “Chrisley Knows Best” finished third with a 0.4 rating.


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