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This week’s edition of RAW, which featured the return of Roman Reigns, had around 2,992,000 viewers, which equates to the best numbers for the show since August 20th.

RAW ranked #1 for the night in cable viewership. It ranked #1 in the 18-49 demographic for the fourth week in a row.

Hour one- 3,167,000 viewers
Hour two- 2,952,000 viewers
Hour three- 2,648,000 viewers
Average - 2,992,000 viewers

2019 WWE RAW Viewership Archive:

January 7, 2019
Hour one- 2,609,000 viewers
Hour two- 2,294,000 viewers
Hour three- 2,070,000 viewers
Average - 2,324,000 viewers

January 14, 2019
Hour one- 2,775,000 viewers
Hour two- 2,781,000 viewers
Hour three- 2,610,000 viewers
Average - 2,722,000 viewers

January 21, 2019
Hour one- 2,840,000 viewers
Hour two- 2,403,000 viewers
Hour three- 2,143,000 viewers
Average - 2,462,000 viewers

January 28, 2019
Hour one- 2,816,000 viewers
Hour two- 2,718,000 viewers
Hour three- 2,575,000 viewers
Average - 2,703,000 viewers

February 4, 2019
Hour one- 2,656,000 viewers
Hour two- 2,552,000 viewers
Hour three- 2,321,000 viewers
Average - 2,510,000 viewers

February 11, 2019
Hour one- 2,689,000 viewers
Hour two- 2,445,000 viewers
Hour three- 2,252,000 viewers
Average - 2,462,000 viewers

February 18, 2019
Hour one- 3,046,000 viewers
Hour two- 2,840,000 viewers
Hour three- 2,427,000 viewers
Average - 2,771,000 viewers

February 25, 2018
Hour one- 3,167,000 viewers
Hour two- 2,952,000 viewers
Hour three- 2,648,000 viewers
Average - 2,992,000 viewers

2018 WWE RAW Viewership Archive

2017 WWE RAW Viewership Archive

2016 WWE Raw Viewership Archive

2015 WWE Raw Viewership Archive

Expanded WWE Raw Viewership Archive

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