WWE Monday Night Raw Overnight Viewership July 11, 2022 after Brock Lesnar return.
WWE Monday Night Raw recovers after last week’s pothole. WWE Raw was the most watched cable program on Monday night in terms of key demographics
WWE Raw records one of the worst viewership data on July 4 , 2022.
The WWE Monday Night RAW overnight viewership on Monday, July 11, registered an average of 1,735,000 viewers, according to the specialized media showbuzzdaily. This represents an increase compared to the show of the previous week, in which 1,563,000 viewers were registered.
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— WWE (@WWE) July 12, 2022
Monday Night Raw registered a share of 0.44 in the demographic of interest, corresponding to ages between 18 and 49 years old, improving the data of the previous week (0.37)
As an additional fact, WWE Monday Night Raw was the most watched program on cable on Monday night in terms of key demographics. The first hour recorded an average of 1,723,000 viewers, the second 1,798,000 and the third 1,684,000.
The comeback queen 👑 #WWERaw pic.twitter.com/l3sPhZjADI
— WWE UK (@WWEUK) July 12, 2022
This week’s chapter featured several interesting segments and matches, highlighting Brock Lesnar’s return to WWE’s red brand, Carmella’s 10-out-of-the-ring victory over Bianca Belair, and Bobby Lashley and Riddle’s victory. before Seth Rollins and Theory in the main event of the night.
Last 5 WWE Raw viewership
June 13, 2022: 1,695,000 viewers
June 20, 2022: 1,986,000 viewers
June 27, 2022: 1,951,000 viewers
July 4, 2022: 1,563,000 viewers
July 11, 2022: 1,735,000 viewers
2 thoughts on “Massive increase in Overnight viewership of WWE Raw after Brock Lesnar return”
Brock crushing the alpha academy made my night
Yea,he threw Otis like,he is nothing
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