Wednesday, May 15, 2019

SmackDown Draws Record Low Viewership

SmackDown Draws Record Low Viewership
This week's Money In the Bank go-home edition of WWE SmackDown, featuring the final hype for Sunday's pay-per-view, drew 1.827 million viewers, according to Showbuzz Daily.

This is down 5.4% from last week's 1.931 million viewers and the lowest SmackDown audience for a non-holiday first-run episode in history. The only first-run episode that did worse was the New Year's Eve 2015 episode, which drew 1.658 million viewers and was the final SmackDown on Syfy show. This was back when the show was taped and featured Superstars from both brands.

To compare, Monday's taped Money In the Bank go-home edition of WWE RAW drew an average of 2.349 million viewers, up from last week's 2.244 million viewers, which was the second-lowest viewership of 2019 and the third-lowest audience for a non-holiday RAW episode in history.

Click here for our 2019 Viewership Tracker.


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