AEW Dynamite stays consistent in demo, All Access sees small increase

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AEW Dynamite maintained the same audience in the 18-49 demographic for the third consecutive week.

The April 26th edition from Sunrise, Florida averaged 863,000 viewers and approximately 365,000 (0.28) in the 18-49 demographic. (Showbuzz Daily and Wrestlenomics).

Airing against the NBA and NHL playoffs, Dynamite saw a four percent increase in its viewership while the 18-49 was identical to the previous two episodes.

In the 18-49 demographic, male viewership increased by 11 percent and a three-week high in the demo. Female viewership decreased by 16 percent and was its lowest mark since March 7.

Adults 18-34 fell by five percent, 35-49 were up by 9.5 percent, and 50+ saw a small increase of three percent from last week.

Dynamite aired against the L.A. Lakers vs. Memphis Grizzlies (3.9 million viewers, 1.40 in the demo) and back-to-back games on NBA TV. The major NHL competition was the Florida Panthers vs. Boston Bruins (1.47 million and 0.50) on ESPN.

Dynamite ranked #9 among cable originals behind the NBA, NHL, and Vanderpump Rules while edging past Watch What Happens Live on Bravo.

In Canada, Dynamite dropped to approximately 72,000 viewers and 38,000 in the 25-54 demographic on TSN 2. It was a sizable drop from last week’s audience of 124,000 and 77,000 respectively and the lowest viewership for Dynamite in Canada since March 7.

After a week off, All Access returned with episode four averaging 299,000 viewers and 117,000 (0.09) in the 18-49 demographic, which ranked #38 among cable originals.

Compared to the previous episode from two weeks ago, they increased by six percent in viewership, 11 percent in 18-49 and declined 15 percent among adults 18-34, and jumped 28 percent in the 35-49 demographic.

After four episodes, All Access is averaging 312,000 viewers and 126,500 (0.10) in the 18-49 demo on Wednesday nights with two episodes remaining in the season.

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