AEW Dynamite Viewership Above One Million, Draws Best Total Since October 2019


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AEW Dynamite went ‘all out’ in building Wednesday’s show and it paid off in a big way.

This week’s AEW Dynamite viewership total was 1.016 million, up from 928,000 viewers last week. In addition, this week’s show, highlighted by Miro’s debut, Matt Hardy’s appearance and Brodie Lee vs. Dustin Rhodes, brought in more than one million total viewers for the first time since October 16, 2019 and for the fourth time in company history. The September 9, 2020 episode of Dynamite is now the third-highest viewed show in its history, only ranking behind the October 2, 2019 debut episode in Washington D.C. and week two (October 9, 2019) show from Boston.

AEW Dynamite was the seventh-ranked show on Wednesday in the 18-49 key demographic, coming in with a .37 rating. This is also the highest total since getting a .38 back on January 15 of this year.


  • September 9 – 1,016,000 – 2020 High
  • June 24 – 633,000 – 2020 Low
  • September 9 –1,016,000 – This Week

Source: ShowBuzz Daily

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