Tuesday’s live NXT 2.0 episode drew 574,000 viewers on the USA Network, down 4.80% from last week’s 603,000 viewers.
Tuesday’s NXT episode drew a 0.11 rating in the key 18-49 demographic, down 26.66% from last week’s 0.15 rating in the key demo.
This week’s NXT drew the second-lowest audience in the history of the show on the USA Network, and third-lowest overall if you include the Syfy episodes from this year, not including the March 18, 2020 episode that aired from the WWE Performance Center with no live matches. This week’s NXT episode also drew the lowest key demo rating in the history of NXT on USA, and the second-lowest if you include Syfy airings. This week’s viewership was down 4.80% from last week, while the key demo rating was down 26.66% from last week.
This week’s live NXT episode featured several happenings advertised ahead of time – Tony D’Angelo vs. Dexter Lumis, Cameron Grimes and Duke Hudson participating in an in-ring poker game, The Diamond Mine (The Creed Brothers, NXT Cruiserweight Champion Roderick Strong) vs. Odyssey Jones, Ikemen Jiro and Kushida, plus the main event, which was Raquel Gonzalez vs. Dakota Kai.