AEW hits highest 18-49 figure since Nov. 2019, tops 900k viewers

AEW Dynamite pulled in a strong number for their heavily promoted “Winter is Coming” edition featuring Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega.

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AEW Dynamite pulled in a strong number for their heavily promoted “Winter is Coming” edition featuring Jon Moxley vs. Kenny Omega.

While Showbuzz Daily has yet to release Wednesday’s cable figures, viewership numbers were released by AEW president Tony Khan and the PW Torch website.

AEW Dynamite averaged 913,000 viewers on TNT with a 0.42 rating in the 18-49 demographic that translates to 543,000 viewers in the demo.

AEW experienced an increase of 28.6 percent in viewership and improved by 61.5 percent in the key demo. It was AEW’s highest audience running head-to-head with NXT since September 2nd and their highest 18-49 figure since November 13, 2019.

NXT countered with its TakeOver: War Games go-home show that averaged 658,000 viewers and a 0.16 in the 18-49 demo, which converts to 210,000 viewers.

NXT was down 7.6 percent in viewers and decreased by 20 percent in the key demo.

In Canada, AEW averaged 108,500 viewers on TSN2 with 57,400 in the 25-54 demographic. They were fourth for the day in sports programming trailing the NFL and SportsCentre.

Because Showbuzz Daily has not released its rating information, we don’t have a breakdown yet of the key demographics.

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