WWE Raw ratings down from last week, finishes first on cable
Raw continued its streak of eight straight weeks ahead of what it was doing the previous year with 1.91 million viewers and a 0.54 rating in 18-49, placing first for the night in the key demo.
Raw was second in women 18-49, first with men 18-49, first in 18-34, second in women 12-34, and doubled everything on cable in men 12-34.
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It was down from last week’s big number, down eight percent in viewers, down 16 percent in 18-49, and down five percent in 18-34.
But compared with one year ago, the show was up one percent in viewers, down seven percent in 18-49, and up 18 percent in 18-34.
Raw was 16th for the night in total viewers on cable, trailing only news shows.
The first-to-third hour drop was six percent, which is better than usual meaning people stayed longer than usual. Women 18-49 dropped only five percent, men 18-49 dropped 16 percent, girls 12-17 dropped 27 percent, boys 12-17 dropped four percent, and over 50 dropped three percent. The latter figure was unusually good.
The three hours were:
8 p.m. 1.96 million viewers
9 p.m. 1.94 million viewers
10 p.m. 1.83 million viewers