WWE RAW Viewership Drops Again, Draws Second-Lowest Total In The Show’s History
This week’s WWE RAW viewership averaged 1.687 million viewers, which is down from the 1.735 million viewers the show brought in last week. This is not only the third consecutive week that the viewership total has dropped but it’s also the second-lowest viewership totals for RAW in its entire 27-year history.
The current low sits at 1.686 million viewers for the May 4 episode of RAW, which means this week’s show narrowly missed setting the record low again in 2020.
As far as the key 18-49 demographic, there is some good news as RAW did have a slight increase this week, moving up from .48 last week to .49, and the show took the 4th, 5th and 6th spots on the overall demographic charts.
The hourly breakdown is as follows:
- 8 pm: 1,697,000
- 9 pm: 1,752,000
- 10 pm: 1,612,000
- 2.437 million – February 17 – 2020 High
- 1.686 million – May 4 – 2020 Low
- 1.687 million – July 6 – This Week