WWE Raw viewership drops for the third consecutive week

WWE Raw viewership April 25, 2022 WWE’s red mark equals the worst audience data of the year in its broadcast on USA Network .

The WWE Raw audience drops for the third consecutive week, although it continues to remain above 1,600,000 viewers WWE Raw Audience April 18, 2022.

The WWE Monday Night RAW audience on Monday, April 25, registered an average of 1,613,000 viewers, according to the specialized media showbuzzdaily.

 

This represents a slight decrease compared to the show of the previous week, in which 1,647,000 spectators were registered.

This week’s chapter featured several segments and matches of interest, highlighting the celebration of Randy Orton’s twentieth anniversary in WWE.

Asuka and Mustafa Ali’s returns to programming, Bianca Belair defending her Raw Women’s Championship against Sonya Deville and a tag team match that pitted RK-Bro, Ezekiel and Cody Rhodes against The Usos, Kevin Owens and Seth Rollins.

 

Monday Night Raw registered a share of 0.44 in the demographic of interest, corresponding to the ages between 18 and 49 years, with an average audience of 571,000 viewers, worsening the data of the previous week (0.47).

As an additional fact, WWE Monday Night Raw was the fourth most watched program on cable on Monday night in terms of key demographics. The first hour recorded an average of 1,701,000 viewers, the second 1,669,000 and the third 1,472,000.

Last 5 Episodes of WWE Raw

March 28, 2022: 1,979,000 viewers

April 4, 2022: 2,101,000 viewers

April 11, 2022: 1,803,000 viewers

April 18, 2022: 1,647,000 viewers

April 25, 2022: 1,613,000 viewers

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