This week’s episode of AEW Rampage saw the show hit an all-time low in terms of viewership since the show launched in 2021. Keep in mind these are only the overnight numbers and they will likely rise a bit when the final numbers come out on Monday.
This week’s show averaged 321,000 viewers, down 17% from last week’s 385,000 and down 32% from the September 16, 2022, show, which garnered 470,000 viewers.
…meanwhile, #AEWRampage viewership hit Rock Bottom
P2+: 321K – Down 17% vs. last week & Down 32% vs. 2022
18-49: 115K (0.1 Rating) – Down 32% vs. last week & Down 35% vs. 2022
— Alfred Konuwa (@ThisIsNasty) September 16, 2023
Prior to this week, the record-low viewership had been the July 28, 2023, episode, which garnered 324,000 views.
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The latest episode of AEW Rampage has recorded its lowest viewership since its launch in 2021. While these numbers are only overnight ratings and are expected to increase when the final numbers are released on Monday, it is still a cause for concern for the show’s producers.
The episode, which aired this week, averaged 321,000 viewers. This is a significant drop of 17% from the previous week’s viewership of 385,000. Furthermore, it marks a 32% decrease from the episode aired on September 16, 2022, which garnered 470,000 viewers.
These numbers were shared on Twitter by Alfred Konuwa, who stated that the viewership for AEW Rampage had hit “rock bottom.” The tweet also revealed that the show had experienced a decline of 32% in the key demographic of 18-49-year-olds compared to the previous week, and a 35% decline compared to the same period in 2022.
Prior to this week’s episode, the record-low viewership for AEW Rampage was recorded on July 28, 2023, with 324,000 views. The recent decline in viewership raises questions about the factors contributing to this downward trend.
It is important to note that these ratings only reflect the overnight numbers and do not account for delayed or on-demand viewing. Final numbers, which will be released on Monday, may provide a more accurate representation of the show’s viewership.
AEW Rampage is a professional wrestling television program produced by All Elite Wrestling (AEW). It premiered on August 13, 2021, as a one-hour show that airs on Friday nights. The program features a mix of matches, interviews, and backstage segments, showcasing the talents of AEW’s roster.
While the recent decline in viewership may be concerning for AEW and its fans, it is worth noting that television ratings can fluctuate for various reasons. Factors such as competing programming, special events, or changes in the wrestling landscape can all impact viewership numbers.
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As AEW Rampage continues to navigate the ever-changing television landscape, it will be interesting to see how the show adapts and strives to regain its viewership. With a dedicated fan base and a talented roster, AEW has the potential to bounce back and deliver compelling content that resonates with wrestling fans worldwide.