WWE Raw tops cable with 1.9 million viewers, ties fourth-highest of 2021

While coming off a big number for last week’s episode, WWE Raw fell but still managed to equal their fourth-highest audience of 2021.

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While coming off a big number for last week’s episode, WWE Raw fell but still managed to equal their fourth-highest audience of 2021.

The August 30th edition of Raw from Oklahoma City averaged 1,907,000 viewers and 709,000 (0.54) in the 18-49 demographic, per Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics & Showbuzz Daily.

The show’s total audience was equal to the April 19th edition and trailing Legends Night on January 4th, the night after SummerSlam, and the night after WrestleMania 37.

The show fell 7.7. percent in viewers and 15.5 percent in 18-49 from last week’s episode while still topping all cable programming on Monday.

The first hour averaged 1,955,000 and 0.56 in 18-49, it stayed steady with 1,936,000 and growing to 0.57 in the second hour and had the third-hour drop to 1,830,000 and 0.50.

Males 18-49 dropped 21 percent from last week with 540,000 last week and 427,000 this week and represented the largest drop among the key demos.

In Canada, the show averaged 214,700 viewers and 102,300 in 25-54 on Sportsnet 360. They were down 25.7 percent in viewers and declined 29 percent in the 25-54 demo from last week’s episode.

Below is a breakdown of the key demos from Showbuzz Daily and a comparison to last week’s figures:

ADULTS 18-49: 0.54 (-15.5 percent)

FEMALES 18-49: 0.43 (-3 percent)

MALES 18-49: 0.66 (-21 percent)

ADULTS 18-34: 0.40 (-2.5 percent)

FEMALES 12-34: 0.29 (-6.5 percent)

MALES 12-34: 0.38 (-9.5 percent)

ADULTS 25-54: 0.65 (-15.5 percent)

ADULTS 50+: 0.91 (-7 percent)

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