IMPACT Wrestling Sees Slight Viewership Drop, Steady Rating; Dark Side Of The Ring Viewership Down
IMPACT Wrestling viewership sees a slight drop.
This week’s episode of IMPACT Wrestling brought in 115,000 viewers, which is down a bit from the 117,000 viewers the show brought in on September 23. Despite the drop in total viewership, the key demo score stayed the same as last week, scoring a 0.03 rating for the second consecutive week.
IMPACT Wrestling featured the TV returns of Christopher Daniels and Heath, a barn brawl between Deonna Purrazzo and Mickie James, and a main event street fight between Eddie Edwards and W. Morrissey.
Year-To-Date IMPACT Wrestling viewership totals:
- Year High: 197,000 viewers (February 16)
- Year Low: 69,000 viewers (July 1)
- This Week: 115,000 viewers (September 30)
The other major wrestling-related broadcast on Thursday, VICE’s Dark Side Of The Ring, brought in 126,000 viewers, which is down from 214,000 viewers last week. This week’s show, which focused on Atsushi Onita’s FMW promotion, drew a 0.04 rating, which is down from a 0.07 rating that the Chris Kanyon episode drew last week. This week’s “FMW” episode is the lowest of season 3B so far, as the “Plane Ride From Hell” episode had 153,000 viewers on September 16.