WWE NXT Viewership And Rating Report For 6/27/2023

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According to Nielsen via Showbuzz Daily, the live Gold Rush Week 2 edition of WWE NXT on the USA Network on Tuesday drew 622,000 viewers.

This is a 19.53% decrease from the previous week’s 773,000 viewers for Gold Rush Week 1.

NXT received a 0.17 rating in the key 18-49 demographic on Tuesday. This is a 26.08% decrease from the previous week’s 0.23 rating in the key demo. According to Wrestlenomics, the 0.17 key demo rating represents 220,000 18-49 viewers, a decrease of 26.66% from the 300,000 18-49 viewers represented by last week’s 0.23 key demo rating.

NXT ranked second on the Cable Top 150 this week with a 0.17 rating in the key demographic of 18-49. This is the same as last week’s cable ranking of #2.

This week, NXT ranked 46th in cable viewership. This is a drop from last week’s cable viewership ranking of #40.

Tuesday’s NXT drew the seventh-largest total audience of the year thus far, as well as the third-highest key demo rating, tied with four other episodes. While the #1 ranked one-hour Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta episode on MTV at 8pm drew a 0.17 key demo rating to tie with the #2 ranked two-hour NXT episode, NXT drew 622,000 viewers, which outnumbered Love & Hip-Hop’s 432,000 viewers. The NXT viewership and key demo rating on Tuesday were both higher than the 2022 average. This week’s NXT viewership was down 19.53% from the previous week, while the key demo rating was down 26.08%.

This week’s NXT viewership was 9.12% higher than the episode that aired one year ago in 2022, while the 18-49 key demo rating was 54.54% higher. The Great American Bash farewell episode aired in 2022.