Ratings for Post Payback Episode of Monday Night RAW

Monday’s WWE RAW following the Payback PPV reversed the downward trend since WrestleMania, as the show scored a 2.35 rating, up from a 2.20 rating last week. To put the number in perspective, the rating was well below the 2016 average of a 2.54 rating. Also, the show did slightly better than the taped U.K. Raw on April 18.

Raw’s three hours averaged 3.432 million viewers, up 10 percent (about 300,000 viewers) from last week. Hourly Break Down:

    First Hour: 3.458 million viewers for immediate PPV fall-out
    Second Hour: 3.457 million viewers
    Third Hour: 3.383 million viewers. A decline of only two percent is a small victory for Raw’s third hour.

It’s an uptick, which is good. But, it’s still in that historical low territory. It will be interesting to see how the next two Raws fare without a PPV to follow up on.

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