WWE RAW Viewership Gets Lowest Numbers Since December

This week's edition of Monday Night Raw, which was headlined by Finn Balor defeating Roman Reigns and Sami Zayn in a triple threat Money in the Bank Qualifying match, garnered about 2,689,000 viewers, which are the lowest numbers since December 11th of last year. Just to get an idea of how bad this is, last year's Christmas Day show had more viewers.

This is how the show did each hour:

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

 

2017 WWE RAW Viewership Archive

2016 WWE Raw Viewership Archive

2015 WWE Raw Viewership Archive

Expanded WWE Raw Viewership Archive

  • Wake up WWE

    I can tell you why this show tanked: no Universal title, no Ronda, you had Jinder and Reigns on the show, you had No Way Jose on the show, you aired a meaningless interview with Lashley, you had Mojo on the show, and you had Zayn, Balor and Reigns in the main event. This show failed in almost every segment.

    • DM

      Agree. They really need a BIG shakeup

      • Wake up WWE

        Careful or Vince will take that to mean you want Big Show back.

        • DM

          oh damn, didn’t think about it… let’s say that they need to shake up things and put some other people main eventing hehe