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Raw Audience Soars After Royal Rumble

This week’s episode of WWE Raw, the followup to Royal Rumble, did a strong average viewing audience of 4,098,333 viewers on the USA Network. That’s up +602,000 viewers from the week prior and easily the most watched show of the year.

Below is how the show did each hour:

Hour one - 4,140,000 viewers
Hour two - 4,183,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,972,000 viewers
Average - 4,098,333 viewers

January 4, 2016
Hour one - 3,707,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,516,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,503,000 viewers
Average - 3,575,333 viewers

January 11, 2016
Hour one - 3,536,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,206,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,228,000 viewers
Average - 3,323,333 viewers

January 18, 2016 (Martin Luther King Day)
Hour one - 3,775,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,591,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,123,000 viewers
Average - 3,496,333 viewers

January 25, 2016
Hour one - 4,140,000 viewers
Hour two - 4,183,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,972,000 viewers
Average - 4,098,333 viewers

2015 WWE Raw Viewership Archive

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  • Alex

    Contribute it to no more Monday night football, The Rock, and a pretty intriguing Royal Rumble. Good stuff

  • Matt Batt

    Contribute it to people needing white noise in the background while they file their taxes. I just realized that even though I watched MNW I can’t remember a damn thing about it, except that I got my taxes done and ordered a Roku. HHH buried Reigns and Ambrose..Cena buried Wyatt..why should I watch now?