How Was Viewership For WWE Raw Heading Into Survivor Series?
This week’s edition of WWE Raw was the go-home show for WWE Survivor Series this Sunday night, and the show was able to climb over the 3 million mark, bouncing back from last week. It should be noted that last week’s Raw was a taped show from The UK, which typically brings in a lower rating than the live weekly broadcasts.
According to ShowBuzz Daily, this week’s Raw averaged 3.031 million viewers, which is up from last week’s 2.841 million viewership average. This week’s show saw the advertised return of Roman Reigns to reunite The Shield, along with final hype for Survivor Series.
Below is the hourly breakdown for this week’s Raw:
-The first hour averaged 3.262 million viewers
-The second hour averaged 3.061 million viewers
-The third hour averaged 2.769 million viewers
This week’s edition of WWE Raw ranked #2 for the night overall cable TV viewership, behind Monday Night Football.
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