Rampage Viewership Drops To All-Time Low, SmackDown Also Down

Rampage Viewership Drops To All-Time Low, SmackDown Also Down

According to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics, 2.147 million viewers watched last Friday’s SmackDown episode. This viewership number is down from last week, when 2.226 million viewers tuned in.

But the demographic rating is slightly up; Friday’s episode scored a 0.58 rating (755,000 viewers) in the 18 to 49 demographic, whereas last week’s show drew a 0.57 rating in the same demographic.

SmackDown featured a confrontation between Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar. In the show-closing segment, Charlotte Flair brawled with Ronda Rousey.

As for AEW Rampage, 398,000 viewers watched the show on Friday night.

Rampage aired at a late-night time slot due to TNT’s coverage of NCAA basketball on Friday; this shift could change the decrease in viewership. Thurston notes that the viewership number is a new all-time low for Rampage.

For comparison, Rampage drew 526,000 viewers last week in its typical time slot, and the show scored a 0.22 rating.

This week’s episode featured Keith Lee, and Darby Allin among other AEW stars.

Rampage Viewership Drops To All-Time Low, SmackDown Also Down


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