WWE NXT 2.0 Viewership Drops, Demo Rating Stays Consistent On 11/9
WWE NXT 2.0 viewership dropped again on November 9, but the 18 to 49 demographic stayed consistent.
According to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics, 603,000 viewers watched the show on Tuesday, which is down from the 631,000 viewers watched the show last week. The numbers continue to fall after a brief surge for the Halloween Havoc special episode on October 26. The 603,000 viewership number on November 9 is a new low for the “2.0 era.”
In the 18 to 49 demographic, NXT 2.0 scored a 0.15 rating, which is the same as last week’s figure.
Thurston also noted that the show ranked #36 among cable originals on Tuesday.
NXT ranked #36 for the day in the demo among cable originals, according to Showbuzz Daily.
P18-49 was equal to last week.
But 603,000 is the lowest total viewership for NXT since Sep 7 (601,000), so the lowest yet of the "2.0" era.
— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) November 10, 2021
These viewership numbers are comparable to the last standard episode of NXT 2.0 prior to Halloween Havov on October 19, which drew 606,000 viewers.
This week’s show featured the a main event bout between NXT North American Champion Carmelo Hayes and Pete Dunne. Plus, it kicked off with a six-woman tag team match between Toxic Attraction and the trio of Io Shirai, Kayden Carter and Kacy Catanzaro.
For a full review, please check out the newest episode of our weekly WWE NXT 2.0 post-show podcast:
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