WWE RAW Viewership Climbs On 6/7/21, Demographic Rating Also Rises
This week, the viewership for WWE RAW reversed course and climbed up a bit.
According to John Ourand of the Sports Business Journal, the June 7 episode of WWE RAW drew an average of approximately 1.64 million viewers. Comparatively, last week’s show initially drew a 2021-low 1.418 million viewers. The updated rating showed that the show actually drew 1.557 million viewers.
Demographically, the show’s rating rose in the 18-49 rating. WWE RAW averaged approximately a 0.48 rating, a slight increase from last week’s rating of 0.44 average. The show continues to compete with tne NBA Playoffs.
Per the PWTorch, the hourly breakdown is as follows:
- 8 p.m. EST: 1.667 million viewers
- 9 p.m. EST: 1.651 million viewers
- 10 p.m. EST: 1.602 million viewers
- 2.128 million – January 4 – 2021 High
- 1.557 million viewers– May 31 – 2021 Low
- 1.62 –May 31 – Last Week
This week’s episode featured a Tag Team Battle Royal, a contract signing between Drew McIntyre and WWE Champion Bobby Lashley, and a controversial show-closing angle with Shayna Baszler and Lilly.
For a full review of this week’s episode, please check out our WWE RAW post-show podcast: