The ratings are in, and the November 2 RAW pulled an average of 1.67 million viewers against big competition from NFL’s Monday Night Football, which drew almost 12 million. These numbers are courtesy of ShowBuzzDaily.
This is a decrease on last weeks’ episode, which drew 1.73 million and will be seen as a big disappointment given that the third hour drew the lowest rating in the 27-year history of the show, and was the lowest overall rating since August.
RAW was 7th for the night on cable, trailing NFL and Sports Center but outside of US Election news and NFL, Raw still was able to beat every other show on cable.
This week’s episode did an average 0.48 rating in the key 18-49 demographic, which is down from the 0.51 it pulled last week.
The three-hour breakdown of the ratings was as follows:
- Hour 1 – 1.767 million
- Hour 2 – 1.747 million
- Hour 3 – 1.455 million
As of 3/11, the top segments for RAW on YouTube are as follows:
‘Randy Orton tries to fight off Drew McIntyre and Miz & Morrison‘ so far has clocked up 700,000 views.
‘Keith Lee vs. Braun Strowman vs. Sheamus‘ is on 629,000 views
‘Bray Wyatt helps Alexa Bliss reveal a twisted surprise in The Firefly Funhouse’ sits on 570,000 views.
‘Drew McIntyre vs. The Miz & John Morrison’ stands at 496,000 views.
‘Alexa Bliss pierces Nikki Cross with icy stare’ is on 413,000 views.
You can keep track of all of the ratings for WWE Raw, WWE SmackDown, AEW Dynamite and NXT in one handy place here.