WWE RAW Viewership Goes Below 2 Million For Taped Episode

WWE RAW Results

WWE RAW viewership has once again hit a new low for 2019.

As reported by Showbuzz Daily, WWE RAW viewership averaged 1.835 million viewers, which is down from last week’s 2.053 million viewers. It came in fourth, sixth, and ninth place on the night in terms of 18-49 ratings. Ahead of the first hour was “Monday Night Football,” its pre-show, and the “Sportscenter” that was after it. “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood” outdrew the second hour in terms of demo ratings, and “Love & Hip Hop” and “Monday Night Countdown” beat out RAW’s third hour.

While this is the year’s lowest number, it still beat out last year’s Christmas Eve episode which drew 1.775 million viewers. Meanwhile, the New Year’s Eve episode on Dec. 31 did 1.985 million viewers. We’ll see if going live gives WWE a bump next week.

The hourly breakdown is as follows:

  • 8 pm: 1,955,000
  • 9 pm: 1,864,000
  • 10 pm: 1,686,000


3.093 million – July 22 – 2019 High

1.835 million – December 23 – This Week

1.835 million – December 23 – This Week

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