WWE SmackDown Viewership increases after Heyman fired & Roman Reigns got attacked

WWE  SmackDown Viewership :Preliminary Hearing of Friday Night SmackDown December 17, 2021 SmackDown Stays Above 2 Million Viewers With Last Live Show Of 2021 Brock Lesnar attacked The Bloodline in the show’s main event after Roman Reigns fired Paul Heyman.

The most recent episode of Friday Night SmackDown aired on FOX recorded a preliminary audience of 2,213,000 viewers on average. This number represents an increase compared to last week, when the show the blue brand registered 2,130,000 viewers on average.

Last week, the show registered a preliminary audience of 2,171,000 viewers. The program registered a share of 0.50 in the demographic of interest between 18 and 49 years old. Last week, the show registered a share of 0.5 and a preliminary share of 0.5. According to Spoiler TV, SmackDown registered an average of 2,240,000 viewers in the first hour and 2,186,000 in the second.


The last episode of the blue show featured several matches and segments of interest, highlighting the main event of the show, with the firing of Paul Heyman by Roman Reigns and the subsequent appearance of Brock Lesnar, who attacked The Bloodline in full.

Here is last five SmackDown Show’s viewership:
November 19: 2,064,000 viewers

November 26: 2,149,000 viewers

December 3: 2,130,000 viewers

December 10: 2,142,000 viewers

December 17: 2,213,000 viewers