NXT Viewership Hits Another New High On Its Second Tuesday Show

WWE NXT viewership

The numbers are in and NXT continues to prove a schedule change was the right call.

Coming off the first night of a successful move to Tuesday nights, WWE NXT hoped to continue its positive momentum with its episode on April 20. According to Showbuzz Daily, this week’s WWE NXT viewership totaled 841,000 viewers, which marks a new high for the year. In the 18-48 demographic, the show drew a 0.23 rating, a slight increase from last week’s number of 0.22.

This week’s episode of WWE NXT featured the return of Kyle O’Reilly, an open challenge for the NXT Cruiserweight Championship, and the debut of Sarray.

Last week’s numbers had already been a new high in 2021 for the show, with 805,000 viewers.

NXT VIEWERSHIP YEAR-TO-DATE RANKINGS

  • Apr. 20: 841,000 – 2021 High
  • Jan. 14: 551,000 – 2021 Low
  • Apr. 20: 841,000 – This Week

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This week on WWE NXT, LA Knight faced Dexter Lumis, Kyle O’Reilly returned, and Sarray debuted.

Which stars stood out this week? We break it all down with Colin Tessier and John Clark.