RAW Rating & Other Ratings News, SNME Update, More

Ryan Clark


The 1/23 edition of WWE RAW drew a final and very impressive 4.5 cable rating with a 6.7 share. The first hour scored a 4.5 rating, while the second scored a 4.5 rating as well. This is one of the highest ratings RAW has scored since the 2004 Draft Lottery special in March (with the exception of the Eddie Guerrero tribute show which did a high 4.5 rating for obvious reasons). This is great news for WWE, especially heading into the Royal Rumble PPV this Sunday.

The 1/21 edition of WWE A.M. RAW drew a final 0.7 cable rating with a 1.8 share.

As reported earlier, the 1/20 edition of WWE Friday Night SmackDown drew a final 2.9 broadcast rating with a 4.8 share. This was down from last week’s record-setting 3.2 rating for the new Friday timeslot.

WWE.com added the following regarding the upcoming WWE Saturday Night’s Main Event on March 18 in Detroit, MI at Cobo Arena: After a 13-year absence, Saturday Night’s Main Event returns to NBC March, 18, as a two-hour primetime special. In the mid-1980s through early 1990s, WWE fans would scour the television listings each month – making sure they didn’t miss the highly anticipated special that replaced network staple Saturday Night Live on occasion. On each episode of Saturday Night’s Main Event, WWE fans knew they would be given a pay-per-view feel on free newtwork television. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of history as Saturday Night’s Main Event returns.

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