AEW Rampage Viewership And Demographic Rating Drop To New Lows On 10/1
AEW Rampage viewership continues to decrease.
According to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics, 622,000 viewers watched the show on October 1, and the program scored a 0.25 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic with 330,000 viewers. These numbers are down from the previous week; an average of 639,500 viewers watched the show on September 24, which was the special “Grand Slam” edition of the program. The September 24 episode drew a 0.29 rating in the same demographic.
Overall, per Thurston, the show ranked third in the demographic among cable originals on October 1.
This was the least-viewed of the eight episodes of Rampage so far, in both total viewership and in the demo.
Smackdown was up only slightly in total viewership for the draft, but 18 to 34 viewers were up more strongly, +15% compared to the last four weeks.
— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) October 4, 2021
Friday’s show was headlined by a Hair vs. Hair Match between Orange Cassidy and Jack Evans and a singles bout between Bryan Danielson and Nick Jackson. Plus, Jade Cargill, Nyla Rose and Thunder Rosa faced off in a three-way match.
Year High — 1.129 million viewers (August 20)
Year Low — 622,000 viewers (October 1)
Current Week — 622,000 viewers