WWE RAW Viewership Posts New All-Time Low Total For Second Consecutive Week

This week’s episode of WWE RAW brought in 2.302 million viewers, which is a new all-time low in the show’s history.

Last night’s show is lower than the total than the 2.349 million viewers the show brought in last week, which was a (then) historic low for RAW. Last night’s show had an hourly breakdown of:

  • 8pm – 2.500 million
  • 9pm – 2.325 million
  • 10pm – 2.081 million

WWE RAW was the fifteenth most watched show on the night, and the sixth ranked show in the 18-49 demographic. RAW saw a drop in total viewership for the sixth consecutive week, as well as hitting a new all-time low in viewership for the third time in 2018.

Despite the overall drop in viewership, RAW did see an increase in individual hours with the first and second hour of the show compared to last week.

2018 High: 1/22 – 4.530 million

2018 Low: 10/1 – 2.302 million

Source: ShowBuzz Daily