NXT 2.0 Ratings Report on USA Network (3/15): Total viewership, key demo ranking, year-ago comparison, 7-day viewership updates

By Wade Keller, PWTorch editor


This week’s episode of NXT 2.0 on USA Network (3/15) averaged 624,000 viewers, up from 613,000 viewers last week. The show featured Miz TV with Dolph Ziggler as a special attraction hyped on Raw. The prior ten-week average was 583,000. One year ago, the rolling ten-week average was 653,000, so NXT is down 70,000 from a year ago, prior to the NXT 2.0 reboot and when it still aired on Wednesday nights opposite of AEW Dynamite on TNT.

In the key 18-49 demographic, it drew a 0.14 rating, the highest since Jan. 25, although in line with the 0.13 average from the prior eight weeks the show aired on USA Network (excluding two weeks on SyFy that drew 0.07 and 0.11 ratings in that demo). It ranked no. 44 among all cable shows in that demographic on Tuesday night.

In PWTorch’s 7-day viewership tally, the March 1 NXT episode drew 636,000 viewers, up from 551,000 live-and-same-night viewers. NXT’s ten week rolling average 7-day viewership is 661,000.

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