1/9 WWE RAW Viewership And Key Demo Rating – According to Brandon Thurston of WrestleNomics, 1/9 WWE RAW episode drew an average of 1.693 million viewers on the USA Network, up from the 1.605 million viewers last week.
The 18-49 demo saw the average rating be 0.50, up from the 0.41 rating last week. We will have more data shortly. RAW did its best key demo rating since October 17, 2022.
The show was expected to be down as it went up against the college football championship game between Georgia and TCU on ESPN. According to ESPN PR, the game “registered” 17.2 million viewers, but it was a blowout. With Raw’s numbers, WWE and USA Network are happy with how the show did this week.
This week’s episode opened with a promo from Kevin Owens that was interrupted by JBL and Baron Corbin, this led to a match that saw Kevin Owens defeat Baron Corbin. The main event saw The Judgment Day win a tag team gauntlet match to earn a shot at the RAW Tag Team Titles currently held by The Usos.
Here is a list of total viewership and the key demo rating that Raw has done over the last 4 episodes:
- 12/19/22: 1,705,000 viewers – 0.43 key demo rating
- 12/26/22: 1,075,000 viewers – 0.27 key demo rating – Best-Of Episode
- 1/2/23: 1,605,000 viewers – 0.41 key demo rating
- 1/9/23: 1,693,000 viewers – 0.50 key demo rating
1/9 WWE RAW Viewership And Key Demo Rating