WWE RAW Viewership Drops To New 2021 Low On 5/24
This week, the viewership for WWE RAW dropped to a new yearly low.
Per Wade Keller of the Pro Wrestling Torch, the May 24 episode of WWE RAW drew an average of approximately 1.62 million viewers. Comparatively, last week’s show drew 1.823 million viewers. The previous low for the year had been the 1.701 million viewers WWE RAW drew on March 29. It’s worth noting that the show competed with the NHL and NBA Playoffs on Monday night.
Demographically, the show’s rating dropped in the 18-49 rating. WWE RAW averaged approximately a 0.45 rating, a notable decrease from last week’s rating of 0.48 average.
The hourly breakdown is as follows:
- 8 p.m.: 1.661 million viewers
- 9 p.m.: 1.655 million viewers
- 10 p.m.: 1.547 million viewers
- 2.128 million – January 4 – 2021 High
- 1.62 million viewers– May 24 – 2021 Low
- 1.817 –May 10 – Last Week
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