WWE RAW Viewership Continues To Decline, Hits Another Yearly Low

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WWE RAW viewership continues to decline despite building towards Money in the Bank.

As reported by Showbuzz Daily, WWE RAW viewership averaged 1.842 million viewers, which is down from last week’s 1.913 million viewers. As for 18-49 demographics, it came in at 1st, 2nd, and 4th place for its first, second, and third hours, respectively. The 3rd place program was “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.”

This is the lowest viewership number since the Dec. 23, 2019 RAW which had 1.835 million viewers. This is the second lowest all-time viewership.

The hourly breakdown is as follows:

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

YEAR-TO-DATE RANKINGS

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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