WWE Monday Night Raw registers the worst audience in its history The May 31, 2021 show registered a rating of 1,420,000 viewers, breaking the lowest mark of 1,530,000 in December 2020. The third hour of Monday Night Raw only achieved 1,168,000 viewers, a drop of almost 500,000 viewers with respect to the first and second hours.
The episode of Monday Night Raw last Monday, May 31, again broke negative records within the records of the historic WWE red mark program. Globally, the program averaged 1,420,000 viewers, which means a 12.4% drop compared to last week’s edition.
This is to be the least watched program in the history of Monday Night Raw, surpassing that of December 15, 2020, when that day’s edition of the red mark registered a rating of 1.53 million viewers. Something that, although it can be explained by the Memorial Day celebration in the United States, is still a very negative figure for RAW.
In addition, this week’s show also broke another record, registering the worst hour in its history. It was the third, in which only 1,168,000 viewers continued to watch the program.
Something that is aggravated due to the difference with the previous two, in which audiences of 1,536,000 were maintained for the first and 1,549,000 for the second. Another negative record left by this week’s show is that it is the second-worst mark in the 18-49 demographic, hitting 0.44 for this figure.
The worst was, precisely, that of the program of December 15, 2020, which until now was the least seen.
Last 5 Raw audiences during 2021:
May 3, 2021: 1,872,000 viewers
May 10, 2021: 1,817,000 viewers
May 17, 2021: 1,823,000 viewers
May 24, 2021: 1,621,000 viewers
May 31, 2021: 1,420,000 viewers