How Was RAW's Viewership This Week After Recent Downward Slide?

This week's edition of Monday Night Raw, which was headlined by Kevin Owens defeating Bobby Lashley and Sami Zayn in a Money in the Bank Qualifying match, garnered about 2,741,000 viewers and is at least a fairly big increase from last week's horrid numbers.

This is how the show did each hour:

Hour one - 2,903,000 viewers
Hour two - 2,692,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,628,000 viewers
Average - 2,741,000 viewers

 

2018 WWE RAW Viewership Archive:

January 1, 2018
Hour one - 2,969,000 viewers
Hour two - 2,912,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,714,000 viewers
Average - 2,865,000 viewers

January 8, 2018
Hour one - 2,993,000 viewers
Hour two - 2,784,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,502,000 viewers
Average - 2,766,000 viewers

January 15, 2018
Hour one - 3,573,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,363,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,814,000 viewers
Average - 3,250,000 viewers

January 22, 2018 (RAW 25)
Hour one - 4,803,000 viewers
Hour two - 4,641,000 viewers
Hour three - 4,147,000 viewers
Average - 4,530,000 viewers

January 29, 2018
Hour one - 3,662,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,461,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,061,000 viewers
Average - 3,395,000 viewers

February 5, 2018
Hour one - 3,161,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,212,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,793,000 viewers
Average - 3,055,000 viewers

February 12, 2018
Hour one - 3,262,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,216,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,837,000 viewers
Average - 3,105,000 viewers

February 19, 2018
Hour one - 3,518,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,509,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,821,000 viewers
Average - 3,282,000 viewers

February 26, 2018
Hour one - 3,407,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,249,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,884,000 viewers
Average - 3,180,000 viewers

March 5, 2018
Hour one - 3,302,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,267,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,729,000 viewers
Average - 3,099,000 viewers

March 12, 2018
Hour one - 3,351,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,429,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,275,000 viewers
Average - 3,352,000 viewers

March 19, 2018
Hour one - 3,403,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,547,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,150,000 viewers
Average - 3,366,000 viewers

March 26, 2018
Hour one - 3,403,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,547,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,150,000 viewers
Average - 3,366,000 viewers

April 2, 2018
Hour one - 3,430,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,329,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,314,000 viewers
Average - 3,357,000 viewers

April 9, 2018
Hour one - 4,098,000 viewers
Hour two - 4,069,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,597,000 viewers
Average - 3,921,000 viewers

April 16, 2018
Hour one - 3,634,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,754,000 viewers
Hour three - 3,479,000 viewers
Average - 3,622,000 viewers

April 23, 2018
Hour one - 3,283,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,210,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,819,000 viewers
Average - 3,104,000 viewers

April 30, 2018
Hour one - 3,136,000 viewers
Hour two - 3,184,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,878,000 viewers
Average - 3,066,000 viewers

May 7, 2018
Hour one - 2,788,000 viewers
Hour two - 2,731,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,549,000 viewers
Average - 2,689,000 viewers

May 14, 2018 (UK Tour)
Hour one - 2,903,000 viewers
Hour two - 2,692,000 viewers
Hour three - 2,628,000 viewers
Average - 2,741,000 viewers

 

2017 WWE RAW Viewership Archive

2016 WWE Raw Viewership Archive

2015 WWE Raw Viewership Archive

Expanded WWE Raw Viewership Archive

  • Color me surprised

    That’s shocking considering it was a taped show, and a bad one at that.