Thursday’s TNA Impact Wrestling Scores Lowest Rating Of 2013
Thursday night’s episode of Impact Wrestling did a 0.93 (0.9) cable rating, with 1.17 million viewers, down 21% and 22% respectively from last week’s 1.11 rating and 1.43 million viewers. It is the lowest rating of the year and the lowest since November’s Thanksgiving episode; the viewership was the lowest since October 11th. The show did hours of 0.82 and 1.03.
The show ranked #41 in overall viewers among cable shows for the night, #29 among males 18 – 34 and #24 among males 18 – 49. The episode was down 0.1 in the key adult and teen male demographics. This time last year the show did a 1.12 rating.
The quarter-hour ratings are as follows:
Q1: 0.75 rating – First two falls of the Tag Team Title match
Q2: 0.79 rating – Conclusion of the Tag Team Title match the first portion of Joseph Park’s in-ring speech
Q3: 0.91 rating – Second half of Park’s speech, Knockouts segment featuring Taryn Terrell
Q4: 0.84 rating – Gut Check segment, video packages
Q5: 0.96 rating – Hulk Hogan asks A.J. Styles to make a decision, James Storm interrupts, Bad Influence in the ring
Q6: 0.98 rating – Joey Ryan vs. Rob Terry, Gut Check decision giving Magno the boot
Q7: 1.06 rating – First part of Bully Ray vs. Jeff Hardy
Q8: 1.13 rating – Conclusion of Ray-Hardy for the TNA Title
(Partial Source: Pwtorch.com)