REPORT: WWE Raw hits all-time low viewership with 1.47 million

Coming off the 4th of July weekend, WWE Raw registered its lowest overall viewership figure this week.

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Coming off the 4th of July weekend, WWE Raw registered its lowest overall viewership figure this week.

Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics reports that the three-hour program averaged 1,472,000 viewers on the USA Network. The show did 536,000 viewers in the 18-49 demographic that is virtually identical to last week’s demo figure of 0.41.

The previous low for Raw occurred on December 14, 2020, when it averaged 1,527,000 viewers going against a Monday Night Football game that did 12,422,000 viewers. That week’s show did 530,000 viewers in 18-49, so this week’s audience didn’t fall below that figure.

Thurston added a clarification that there may have been an episode in September 1993 that did fewer viewers, although we only know the number of homes that watched Raw that night, not the average viewership.

This week’s episode of Raw didn’t face competition from the NBA but did go against Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final between Tampa Bay and Montreal.

Last year’s episode of Raw coming off the holiday weekend averaged 1,687,000 viewers and 0.49 in the 18-49 demo on July 6, 2020. This was when Raw was being filmed at the WWE Performance Center.

In Canada, Raw averaged 151,000 viewers and 79,300 in the 25-54 demographic on Sportsnet 360.

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