Against Stiff Competition, WWE Raw Viewership Down For Last Episode From Performance Center

— WWE Raw viewership was down last night for the final episode being broadcast from the Performance Center, generating an average of 1.643 million viewers compared to 1.722 a week earlier and ending a short two week run of improving audiences. Competition was significant last night with the NBA playoffs and the Democratic National Convention siphoning viewers away from Raw, as each of the three hours finished #9, #10 and #13 in the 18-49 demographic, quite a bit below what the show normally achieves. The three-hour 18-49 rating was 0.48, slightly up from last week’s 0.47. Below are hourly figures and it appears the final hour was the second least watched third hour in series history, beating only July 27th’s 1.463 million.

  • Hour 1 – 1.730 million
  • Hour 2 – 1.697 million
  • Hour 3 – 1.502 million

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