WWE RAW Viewership Drops, Draws Lowest Non-Holiday Number Since the Move to Three Hours

Monday’s WWE Raw television show averaged 2.911 million viewers. The show averaged 2.911 million viewers, a steep 12% drop from last week’s episode, which averaged 3.314 million viewers.

The first hour of Raw averaged 2.950 million viewers. Hour two drew 2.974 million viewers. The final hour of the show averaged 2.809 million viewers.

This is the first time that all three hours of a non-holiday show scored less than 3 million viewers since the show permanently went to three hours in July of 2012. It is only the third time the show has averaged below three million viewers since that time, with the most recent being the Fourth of July episode last month that garnered 2.658 million viewers. We hope to have the actual rating later today.

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