WWE RAW Viewership Continues To Drop, Hits Another 2021 Low On 5/31
This week, the viewership for WWE RAW dropped again.
Per the Pro Wrestling Torch, the May 31 episode of WWE RAW drew an average of approximately 1.418 million viewers, a new low for 2021. Comparatively, last week’s show drew 1.62 million viewers, which set a then-record low for the year. The show aired the night of the Memorial Day holiday, and it also had some competition through playoff games in other sports.
Demographically, the show’s rating dropped in the 18-49 rating. WWE RAW averaged approximately a 0.44 rating, a slight decrease from last week’s rating of 0.45 average.
The hourly breakdown, which shows a sizable drop in the third hour is as follows:
- 8 p.m.: 1.536 million viewers
- 9 p.m.: 1.549 million viewers
- 10 p.m.: 1.168 million viewers
- 2.128 million – January 4 – 2021 High
- 1.418 million viewers– May 31 – 2021 Low
- 1.62 –May 24 – Last Week
This week’s episode featured a match between Drew McIntyre and Kof Kingston to determine the next challenger for the WWE Championship and a RAW Tag Team Championship match where AJ Styles and Omos defended the titles against Elias and Jaxson Ryker.
For a thorough review of the show, check our weekly WWE RAW podcast.