Raw Rating Is In - Did WWE Pull Them Up After Last Week's Nasty Turnout?

Yesterday's WWE Raw showed the return of Vince McMahon and John Cena in response to the horrible rating last week. Last night's Raw got an average audience of 4,108,000 viewers. Hour one got 4,191,000, hour two got 4,067,000, and hour three got 4,065,000 viewers, which is over a half a million more than who watched last week's. The show scored a 2.8 television rating.

  • Spike westphal

    Up a touch but not enough

  • The Dude

    Not bad considering the MLB playoffs and MNF.

  • Josh

    Please don't say "not bad," yeah it was up but still not very good considering it is below 3.0 and they lost viewers.

    • The Dude

      By “not bad” I mean it could be worse.

      • Josh

        Agree with you there, however I think labeling the rating as anything but "bad" is false.

  • H.M.

    3 hours can't salvage the ratings.

  • Bigdaddychuck

    The 3 hour show was great but again they are going up against football and MLB playoffs.. So I think they did quite well.. Can they do better yes but leave it at 3 hours when football is not on and see how it is.. If the show was 2 hours and doing the same rating what would ppl bitch about than..

  • Evon Reese

    Give people something entertains to watch and they will tune in.

  • PhilT81

    Three hours is just far too long for the casual fan.

  • Militant Grammarian

    “…a half a million” is poor mechanics. It can be a half-million or half a million, but not a half a million.

  • bruno

    Who are you people to comment whether it was high or low?