4/26 WWE RAW Viewership Drops Again, Still Leads Cable With Demographic Ratings
The viewership numbers for this week’s episode of WWE RAW are in, they reflect a drop coming off a strong outing last Monday.
Per Showbuzz Daily, the April 26 episode drew an average of 1.774 million viewers. Comparatively, last week’s show averaged 1.907 million viewers.
The hourly breakdown is as follows:
- 8 p.m.: 1,775,000
- 9 p.m.: 1,830,000
- 10 p.m.: 1,718,000
As for the demographic breakdown, the show ranked in first place in the 18-49 demographic for all three hours. The second hour came in first place with a 0.50 rating, and the opening sixty minutes ranked second with a 0.49 rating. The final hour was the weakest one with a 0.47 rating, but it still ranked third overall. These numbers are decreases from last week’s show; the second hour of the April 19 episode scored a 0.63 rating.
This week’s show featured a star-studded main event between Drew McIntyre and Braun Strowman. It also included the debut match for RK-Bro, the team of Randy Orton and Riddle. Plus, WWE RAW Women’s Champion Rhea Ripley and Asuka were in action on opposite sides of a six-woman tag team match.
- 2.128 million – January 4 – 2021 High
- 1.701 million – March 29 – 2021 Low
- 1.907 million – April 19 – Last Week