WWE RAW Viewership Stays Steady After Hell In A Cell

WWE RAW Results

Despite last night’s episode of WWE RAW being the fallout show for Hell in a Cell, it didn’t see much of an increase in viewership.

As reported by Showbuzz Daily, WWE RAW viewership averaged 1.732 million viewers, which is slightly down from last week’s 1.776 million viewers. As for 18-49 demographics, it came in at No. 6, 7 and 8 for its first, second and third hours, respectively. NFL coverage took the top two spots, “Sportscenter” came in at No. 3, “Hannity” at No. 4 and “Tucker Carlson” came in at fifth.

The hourly breakdown is as follows:

  • 8 p.m.: 1,859,000
  • 9 p.m.: 1,752,000
  • 10 p.m.: 1,585,000

YEAR-TO-DATE RANKINGS

  • 2.437 million – February 17 – 2020 High
  • 1.561 million – July 13 – 2020 Low
  • 1.732 million – October 26 – This Week

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