August 4, 2021 | News | No Comments
There’s good news and bad news, as far as this week’s WWE RAW viewership is concerned.
The good news is that the Feb. 18th episode, featuring the fallout from Elimination Chamber, was watched by an estimated 2,771,000 people, which is both the highest rated show of the year so far, and up 12.6% from last week’s show.
Another positive is that the first hour rose about the 3 million mark for the first time in 2019, but fell to 2.84 million in the second hour, and finished up with 2.43 million in the third and final hour of the show. Unfortunately that also means RAW lost over 20% of its audience from start to finish.
The bad news is that while this week’s show performed well enough relative to this year’s numbers, it was still down 15.6% from the Feb. 19th episode last year, and down 12.9% from the Feb. 26th episode, which was the fallout from Elimination Chamber 2018.
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
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