Ratings for the AEW Collision event that took place on 11th May, 2024.

Ratings for the AEW Collision event that took place on 11th May, 2024.
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The most recent airing of AEW Collision, displayed on this past Saturday, saw a considerable drop in both ratings and viewership, demonstrating a contrast when compared with its show two weeks ago.

Wrestlenomics provided data showing that the May 11th episode of AEW Collision managed to secure a demographic rating of 0.12 in the key 18 – 49 demographic, reaching 378,000 viewers. Such numbers exemplify a decrease of 42.9% in the demo rating and a fall of 39.1% in viewership when juxtaposed with the April 27 episode. The earlier episode scored a demo rating of 0.21 and was watched by 621,000 viewers, primarily because it followed an NBA Playoff game.

Interestingly, the demographic rating for the latest AEW Collision marked its lowest point since the March 30 episode, which drew a 0.11 rating. Similarly, its viewership hit a low not seen since the January 27 episode, which managed to draw in only 300,000 viewers.

AEW Collision encountered significant competition on its latest airing, notably from the NHL Playoffs, which shone with a 0.48 demo rating and achieved an impressive 1,542,000 viewers, and UFC on ESPN 56, which claimed a 0.32 demo rating and a total of 903,000 viewers.

In retrospect, throughout the year of 2024, AEW Collision has averaged a 0.126 demo rating, with approximately 434,000 viewers tuning in per show.