Thursday, April 2, 2020

Really Bad Numbers For This Week's NXT and Dynamite Viewership

Really Bad Numbers For This Week's NXT and Dynamite Viewership
All Elite Wrestling once again beat out NXT in viewership, although neither show posted a particularly impressive number.


Wednesday's Dynamite episode drew 685,000 viewers on TNT, topping the 590,000 viewers garnered by NXT on the USA Network by 16%, according to Showbuzz Daily.

AEW ranked #37 in the Cable Top 150, while NXT ranked #74. AEW ranked #73 in viewership, while NXT ranked #79 in viewership.

Last week's Dynamite episode drew 819,000 viewers and ranked #23 in the Cable Top 150, and #71 in viewership. Last week's NXT episode drew 669,000 viewers and ranked #56 in the Cable Top 150, and #78 in viewership.

This is the lowest Dynamite viewership of 2020, and the second-lowest NXT viewership of 2020, going back to the January 1 episode, which drew 548,000 viewers. This is also the lowest NXT viewership for a first-run episode. This is also the second-lowest AEW viewership in history, going back to the November 27 show, which drew 663,000 viewers.

AEW drew a 0.25 rating in the 18-49 demographic while NXT drew a 0.15 in the same demo this week. Last week's AEW show drew a 0.34 rating while the NXT episode drew a 0.20 in that demographic.

AEW's 0.25 rating is tied with the December 18 episode for the lowest ever. NXT's 0.15 rating is tied January 1 for the lowest in the history of that show.

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