AEW Rampage grows 18-49 audience, finishes #6 on cable

In its second consecutive week back in the normal time slot, AEW Rampage finished sixth among cable originals while growing its key demographic audience.

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In its second consecutive week back in the normal time slot, AEW Rampage finished sixth among cable originals while growing its key demographic audience.

The June 10th edition of the show averaged 476,000 viewers and approximately 209,000 (0.16) in the 18-49 demographic, per Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics and Showbuzz Daily.

Rampage aired during the NBA Finals between Golden State and Boston, which averaged 12,063,000 viewers and a 3.63 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 2.84 in 18-34.

The show finished sixth among cable originals, led by Tucker Carlson on Fox News and followed by NBA pre-game coverage on ESPN, College baseball, and two other Fox News programs.

Rampage increased its 18-49 audience by 14 percent this week while its overall viewership was flat with the previous week. AEW was also up 14 percent in 18-34 along with gains among males 18-49 and adults 35-49. There was a drop among adults 50+ from 0.23 to 0.21 this week.

It was Rampage’s highest overall viewership since April 22nd and the first time that the 18-49 audience has topped 200,000 viewers since that same episode.

Friday’s episode included the first AEW match involving Will Ospreay, who teamed with Aussie Open against FTR & Trent Beretta in the main event. The show opened with Eddie Kingston taking on Jake Hager.

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