The November 11th episode of AEW Collision increased in viewership and rating as the show drew 396,000 viewers, a 0.11 rating in the 18-49 key demo, and a 0.07 rating in the 18-34 demo.
Meanwhile, AEW Dynamite was also up in both measures as the show drew 823,000 viewers, a 0.28 rating in the 18-49 key demo, and a 0.18 rating in the 18-34 demo.
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter has shared more details on the figures for AEW Collision and Dynamite, including a look at each individual quarter-hour.
AEW Collision was #21 for the night and #6 in its timeslot. It was behind Mississippi vs. Georgia college football on ESPN (4,834,000/1.22), Christmas Island on Hallmark (2,618,000/0.25), Cleveland vs. Golden State NBA on NBA TV (645,000/0.17), On Patrol Live on REELZ (843,000/0.14) and UNAM vs. Chivas Mexican soccer on Univision Deportes (298,000/0.14).
Compared to last week, AEW Collision was up 8.2% in viewers, up 20.7% in 18-49 and up 39.4% in 18-34. The show had 33,000 viewers in men 18-34 (up 32%), 12,000 in women 18-34 (up 50%), 73,000 in men 35-49 (up 43.1%) and 23,000 in women 35-49 (down 25.8%). The audience was 70.9% male in 18-49.
Q1: Andrade el Idolo vs. Daniel Garcia – 398,000 viewers, 132,000 in 18-49
Q2: End of Andrade vs. Garcia – 393,000 viewers (down 6,000), 134,000 in 18-49 (up 2,000)
Q3: Nick Wayne vs. Dalton Castle/Hangman Page promo/LFI vs. The Workhorsemen – 400,000 viewers (up 7,000), 127,000 in 18-49 (down 7,000)
Q4: End of LFI vs. Workhorsemen/Willow Nightingale & Kris Statlander segment/Roderick Strong vs. Darius Martin – 386,000 viewers (down 14,000), 128,000 in 18-49 (up 1,000)
Q5: End of Strong vs. Martin/Tony Khan & Bryan Danielson announcement/Willow Nightingale vs. Julia Hart – 402,000 viewers (up 16,000), 151,000 in 18-49 (up 23,000)
Q6: End of Nightingale vs. Hart/Ricky Starks & Big Bill promo/Powerhouse Hobbs squash – 395,000 viewers (down 7,000), 148,000 in 18-49 (down 3,000)
Q7: Don Callis promo/Hobbs and Paul Wight segment/The Righteous & Lance Archer vs. Sting, Darby Allin & Adam Copeland – 404,000 viewers (up 9,000), 154,000 in 18-49 (up 6,000)
Q8: End of The Righteous & Archer vs. Sting, Allin & Copeland – 412,000 viewers (up 8,000), 149,000 in 18-49 (down 5,000)
AEW Dynamite was #4 for the night and in its timeslot. The show was behind Boston vs. Philadelphia on ESPN (1,848,000/0.60), Lakers vs. Sacramento on ESPN (1,711,000/0.61), and an ESPN per-game show. The latest episode of Dynamite almost lost to NXT in the 18-34 demo, narrowly winning 125,000 to 122,000.
Compared to last week, AEW Dynamite was up 2.4% in viewers, up 4.2% in 18-49 and down 10.1% in 18-34. Compared to 2022, the show was up 0.6% in viewers, down 0.8% in 18-49 and up 3.3% in 18-34. It had 76,000 in men 18-34 (down 24%), 48,000 in women 18-34 (up 23.1%), 165,000 in men 35-49 (up 5.1%) and 78,000 in women 35-49 (up 20%). The audience was 65.5% male in 18-49.
Q1: Jon Moxley & Wheeler Yuta vs. Orange Cassidy & HOOK – 966,000 viewers, 383,000 in 18-49
Q2: End of Moxley & Yuta vs. Cassidy & HOOK/Hangman Page & Swerve Strickland segment – 842,000 viewers (down 124,000), 367,000 in 18-49 (down 16,000)
Q3: Roderick Strong, The Kingdom & Adam Cole segment/Skye Blue vs. Red Velvet – 813,000 viewers (down 29,000), 350,000 in 18-49 (down 17,000)
Q4: Miro promo/Toni Storm & Mariah May segment/Samoa Joe squash – 808,000 viewers (down 5,000), 361,000 in 18-49 (up 11,000)
Q5: The Young Bucks vs. Penta El Zero Miedo & Komander – 812,000 viewers (up 4,000), 370,000 in 18-49 (up 9,000)
Q6: Young Bucks & Golden Jets segment/The Gunns squash/Wardlow video/beginning of street fight – 804,000 viewers (down 8,000), 385,000 in 18-49 (up 15,000)
Q7: Kenny Omega, Chris Jericho, Paul Wight & Kota Ibushi vs. Don Callis Family – 783,000 viewers (down 21,000), 359,000 in 18-49 (down 26,000)
Q8: End of street fight/MJF & Bullet Club Gold segment – 764,000 viewers (down 19,000), 367,000 in 18-49 (up 51,000)
Overrun: End of MJF & Bullet Club Gold segment – 759,000 viewers (down 5,000), 376,000 in 18-49 (up 9,000)
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The November 11th episode of AEW Collision and AEW Dynamite saw an increase in viewership and ratings, showcasing the growing popularity of All Elite Wrestling (AEW).
AEW Collision drew 396,000 viewers, with a 0.11 rating in the key 18-49 demographic and a 0.07 rating in the 18-34 demographic. The show ranked #21 for the night and #6 in its timeslot. It faced tough competition from other programs such as college football, NBA games, and soccer matches.
Compared to the previous week, AEW Collision experienced an 8.2% increase in viewership, a 20.7% increase in the 18-49 demographic, and a significant 39.4% increase in the 18-34 demographic. Notably, the show attracted a male-dominated audience, with 70.9% of viewers falling into the 18-49 age range.
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter provided a breakdown of the viewership for each quarter-hour segment of AEW Collision. The show started strong with Andrade el Idolo vs. Daniel Garcia, which drew 398,000 viewers and 132,000 in the 18-49 demographic. The viewership fluctuated throughout the show but ended on a high note with The Righteous & Lance Archer vs. Sting, Darby Allin & Adam Copeland, which garnered 412,000 viewers and 149,000 in the 18-49 demographic.
On the other hand, AEW Dynamite saw even more success, attracting 823,000 viewers, with a 0.28 rating in the 18-49 demographic and a 0.18 rating in the 18-34 demographic. The show ranked #4 for the night and in its timeslot, surpassing NXT in the 18-34 demographic by a narrow margin.
Compared to the previous week, AEW Dynamite experienced a 2.4% increase in viewership and a 4.2% increase in the 18-49 demographic. However, it saw a slight decline of 10.1% in the 18-34 demographic. When compared to the same period in 2022, the show had a minimal increase in viewership but a slight decrease in the 18-49 demographic and an increase in the 18-34 demographic.
Similar to AEW Collision, AEW Dynamite had a predominantly male audience, with 65.5% falling into the 18-49 age range. The show’s quarter-hour breakdown revealed that the highest viewership was during the first quarter, featuring Jon Moxley & Wheeler Yuta vs. Orange Cassidy & HOOK, which attracted 966,000 viewers and 383,000 in the 18-49 demographic.
These ratings and viewership numbers demonstrate the growing popularity of AEW and its ability to compete with other sports and entertainment programs. With consistent increases in viewership and ratings, AEW continues to establish itself as a major player in the world of professional wrestling.
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