Dark Side of the Ring hits largest audience of season four

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Season four of Dark Side of the Ring saw its audience increase for the fourth week in a row this past Tuesday.

The “What Happened to Doink the Clown?” episode profiling Matt Osborne averaged 201,000 viewers and approximately 91,000 (0.07) in the 18-49 demographic, which ranked #57 among cable originals on Tuesday. (Showbuzz Daily, Wrestlenomics)

The numbers were up from last week on The Grahams, which averaged 197,000 viewers and 77,000 (0.06) in the demo on VICE TV.

The episode on Osbourne was the highest of the ongoing season and the largest for Dark Side of the Ring since the episode covering Chris Kanyon in September 2021.

The show aired head-to-head with the fourth episode of The Ultimate Fighter on ESPN, which did its best numbers of the season with 468,000 viewers and 0.13 in the demo.

After four episodes, the current season of Dark Side of the Ring is averaging 177,000 viewers and 73,000 in the demo.

Below is the schedule for the remainder of the season:

June 27: The Junkyard Dog

July 11: The Tragic Fall of Adrian Adonis

July 18: Bash at the Beach 2000

July 25: Abdullah the Butcher – Legacy of Blood

August 1: Bam Bam Bigelow – The Beast from the East

August 8
: The World According to Marty Jannetty

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