3/11 WWE RAW Viewership: There’s Good News, And There’s Even Better News
There’s good news, and even better news when it comes to this week’s episode of WWE RAW, which was watched by an average of 2,819,000 viewers on Monday night, just one night removed from the penultimate pay-per-view on the road to WrestleMania, WWE Fastlane.
This week’s show was up ever so slightly (1.3%) from last Monday’s go-home show, registering as the second most watched episode of RAW in 2019, and in fact was the second most watched show since the three weeks following SummerSlam.
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That’s the good news. The even better news is that this week’s show actually gained traffic heading into the second hour, for only the second time all year long. It was actually one of the most consistent episodes in a very long time, dropping only 3% from the first hour to the third hour.
Compare that to last week’s 19% drop and you can see why it’s a very good sign heading into WrestleMania. In fact, RAW’s third hour this week was the highest since 8/20.
2019 WWE Raw Viewership
Jan. 7 – 2,326,000
Jan. 14 – 2,722,000
Jan. 21 – 2,462,000
Jan. 28 – 2,703,000
Feb. 4 — 2,510,000
Feb. 11 — 2,462,000
Feb. 18 — 2,771,000
Feb. 26 — 2,922,000
March 4 — 2,783,000
March 11 — 2,819,000