The Rock A Big Ratings Draw, 2/21/11-Undertaker Update



– Ted Linhart, the USA Network’s VP of Program Research, has posted some preliminary viewership data from Monday’s RAW on Twitter (@TedOnTV) and it looks like The Rock is still a big ratings draw.

The 20-minute over-run segment featuring The Rock’s return to WWE television averaged 5.7 million viewers.

Breaking down the demographics, that 20-minute segment drew 3.1 million adults 18-49, 2.9 million adults 25-54, and 1.4 million adults 18-34.

More ratings data is expected later today, so check back for that later.

– In yet another sign that WWE’s “2/21/11″ videos are leading to the return of the Undertaker, WWE has posted the latest video on the company website and tagged the video with “Undertaker.”



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