Tuesday’s viewership figures for SmackDown Live and ‘Miz & Mrs’

Tuesday's viewership figures on the USA Network for SmackDown Live and the debut episode of the 30-minute "Miz & Mrs" reality series that immediately followed SmackDown.

The premiere episode of “Miz & Mrs” performed well Tuesday night on the USA Network with an average viewership of 1,473,000 for the 30-minute reality show.

The show is taking over the timeslot that was previously held by “Chrisley Knows Best”, which immediately follows SmackDown Live at 10 pm Eastern Tuesday night.

With the addition of “Miz & Mrs”, “Chrisley Knows Best” is airing at 10:30 pm right after.

Over the past four weeks, Chrisley Knows Best averaged 1,439,000 viewers in the 10 pm timeslot. On Week 1, Miz & Mrs was slightly ahead of the last month’s average.

Tuesday night’s episode of SmackDown Live averaged 2,340,000 viewers, an increase of 2% from last week’s figure that went against the Major League Baseball All-Star Game.

It was SmackDown’s highest viewership since May 1st.

In comparing demographics between SmackDown and Miz & Mrs, the strongest demos for SmackDown on Tuesday were People 50+, Males 18-49, and People 25-54. For Miz & Mrs, the strongest three were Males 18-49, People 25-54, and People 18-49. While SmackDown outdid Miz & Mrs in all the demographic comparisons, the closest margin was among Females 12-34 where SmackDown did a 0.43 and Miz & Mrs garnered a 0.34.

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