WWE RAW Viewership Dips Below 2 Million This Week As WrestleMania Fallout Fades

WWE RAW Results

The ratings for the April 19 episode of WWE RAW are in, and they reflect a decrease in the show’s viewership. Still, Monday’s number marked the third-highest rating of the year for WWE RAW.

Per Showbuzz Daily, this week’s episode scored an average of 1.907 million viewers.

The hourly breakdown is as follows:

  • 8 p.m.: 2,017,000
  • 9 p.m.: 1,981,000
  • 10 p.m.: 1,724,000

As for the demographic numbers, all three hours led the rankings on Monday night. The second hour (9 p.m. EST) came in first place, with a 0.63 rating in the 18-49 demographic. This number tied with the opening hour of the show. The third hour came in third place with a 0.57 rating in the 18-49 demographic.

YEAR-TO-DATE RANKINGS

  • 2.128 million – January 4 – 2021 High
  • 1.701 million – March 29 – 2021 Low
  • 2.026 million – April 12 – Last Week

Comparatively, the April 12 episode of WWE RAW averaged 2.026 million viewers, a notable increase from the previous weeks’ numbers.

Monday night’s episode featured a WrestleMania rematch between Charlotte Flair and Asuka, and a fresh clash between Riddle and Randy Orton. It also included a tag team match that pit the team of former WWE Champion Drew McIntyre and Braun Strowman against Mace and T-Bar.

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On the WWE RAW post-show podcast, Colin Tessier and John Clark shared their thoughts about this week’s episode of WWE’s flagship show.