According to Nielsen via Showbuzz Daily, Monday’s live WWE RAW drew an average of 1.674 million viewers on the USA Network.
This is a 5.02% increase over last week’s 1.594 million viewers.
The first hour of this week’s show drew 1.728 million viewers (up from 1.709 million last week), the second hour drew 1.751 million viewers (up from 1.623 million last week), and the final hour drew 1.543 million viewers (up from 1.449 million last week).
Monday’s RAW received a 0.45 rating in the key demographic of 18-49. This is the same as last week’s key demo rating of 0.45. According to Wrestlenomics, that 0.45 key demo rating represents 587,000 18-49 viewers, a 0.69% increase from the 583,000 18-49 viewers represented by last week’s 0.45 key demo rating.
RAW finished the night at #5 on the Cable Top 150, with a 0.45 rating in the key 18-49 demographic. This is the same as last week’s ranking of #5. With a 2.72 key demo rating, the NFL Monday Night Football game between Dallas and New York on ESPN at 8:12pm topped the night on the Cable Top 150. With 7.737 million viewers, the game also topped the night on cable.