Raw Viewership Reaches New Low For 2017 Again

This week's edition of Monday Night Raw, which was headlined by Bray Wyatt & Samoa Joe vs. Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns, drew 2,615,000 viewers. This is down from last week, and is once again the new low for 2017.

Below is how the show did each hour:

Hour one - 2,661,000 viewers
Hour two - 2,759,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,425,000 viewers
Average - 2,615,000 viewers

2017 WWE Raw Viewership Archive

January 2, 2017
Hour one - 3,042,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,159,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,939,000 viewers
Average - 3,046,667 viewers

January 9, 2017
Hour one - 3,014,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,019,000 viewers
Hour three 2,689,000 viewers
Average - 2,907,333 viewers

January 16, 2017 (Martin Luther King Day)
Hour one - 3,519,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,221,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,074,000 viewers
Average - 3,271,333

January 23, 2017
Hour one - 3,309,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,457,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,111,000 viewers
Average - 3,292,333 viewers

January 30, 2017
Hour one - 3,628,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,643,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,574,000 viewers
Average - 3,615,000 viewers

February 6, 2017
Hour one - 3,339,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,165,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,842,000 viewers
Average - 3,115,333 viewers

February 13, 2017
Hour one - 3,199,000 viewers
Hour two - 3.153,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,909,000 viewers
Average - 3,087,000 viewers

February 20, 2017 (President's Day)
Hour one - 3,259,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,261,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,127,000 viewers
Average - 3,216,000 viewers

February 27, 2017
Hour one - 3,127,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,233,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,981,000 viewers
Average - 3,093,000 viewers

March 6, 2017
Hour one - 3,318,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,380,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,950,000 viewers
Average - 3,216,000 viewers

March 13, 2017
Hour one - 3,176,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,323,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,197,000 viewers
Average - 3,232,000 viewers

March 20, 2017
Hour one - 3,163,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,117,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,866,000 viewers
Average - 3,048,000 viewers

March 27, 2017
Hour one - 3,253,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,426,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,197,000 viewers
Average - 3,292,000 viewers

April 3, 2017 (WrestleMania Monday)
Hour one - 3,826,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,893,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,583,000 viewers
Average - 3,767,000 viewers

April 10, 2017 (Superstar Shake-Up)
Hour one - 3,432,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,600,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,256,000 viewers
Average - 3,429,000 viewers

April 17, 2017
Hour one - 3,405,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,469,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,165,000 viewers
Average - 3,346,000 viewers

April 25, 2017
Hour one - 2,999,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,141,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,881,000 viewers
Average - 3,007,000 viewers

May 1, 2017
Hour one - 2,924,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,039,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,649,000 viewers
Average - 2,870,000 viewers

May 8, 2017 (London)
Hour one - 2,827,000 viewers
Hour two - 2,845,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,417,000 viewers
Average - 2,696,000 viewers

May 15, 2017
Hour one - 2,884,000 viewers
Hour two - 2,724,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,645,000 viewers
Average - 2,751,000 viewers

May 22, 2017
Hour one - 2,661,000 viewers
Hour two - 2,759,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,425,000 viewers
Average - 2,615,000 viewers

2016 WWE Raw Viewership Archive

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  • SemiAwesomeGil

    wow man

  • Terra Ryzing

    Introduce the rest of the WWE Universe to the Broken Universe….yyyyyeeeesssss!

  • Burned Frozen (BurnedandFrozen

    Definitely not the best time to be a wrestling fan. Hopefully there are characters in WWE right now who just needs to break the glass ceiling because if not WWE could be in big trouble with all their superstars locked into long term contracts.

  • I just don’t have the stamina for “Raw” like I used to. I’m good for about an hour and a half and then my mind starts wandering to other things and I start tuning it out. It’s been said to death but the ratings seem to now be reflecting it so it bears saying again: the show is too long. “Smackdown”, even though it’s not what it was, is more watchable than “Raw” and I can sit through the whole of it without becoming distracted.

  • Avalanchian

    Playoffs in hockey and basketball probably contribute to 100-200k viewing. I personally don’t watch wrestling while the playoffs are on. I rather know what happened in real sports than a soap opera.