WWE RAW Viewership Hits An All-Time Low

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WWE RAW Viewership Hits An All-Time Low


WWE RAW viewership hit an all-time low despite building towards Money in the Bank.

As reported by Showbuzz Daily, WWE RAW viewership averaged 1.814 million viewers, which is down from last week’s 1.842 million viewers. As for 18-49 demographics, it came in at 2nd, 3rd, and 7th place for its first, second, and third hours, respectively. The 1st place program was “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.”

This is an all-time low viewership for RAW. Fewer tuned in last night than RAW’s Dec. 23, 2019 show, which drew 1.835 million viewers.

The hourly breakdown is as follows:

  • 8 pm: 1,940,000
  • 9 pm: 1,866,000
  • 10 pm: 1,720,000


2.437 million – February 17 – 2020 High

1.842 million – April 20 – 2020 Low

1.842 million – April 20 – This Week

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