RAW Viewership On March 27 Sees Increase Heading Into WrestleMania 33

Last night's episode of RAW, featuring the final build for WrestleMania 33, including confrontations between Roman Reigns & The Undertaker, Triple H & Seth Rollins and Goldberg & Brock Lesnar, drew 3.292 million viewers, according to Show Buzz Daily. This is an increase of almost a quarter-million viewers over last week's 3.048 million viewers, which was the second lowest viewership of 2017.

This was the highest viewership number for an episode of RAW since the Royal Rumble fallout show garnered 3.615 million, and oddly enough, it was the exact same number for the Royal Rumble Go-Home show--3.292 million.

This week's show had a first hour that drew 3.253 million viewers, a second hour with 3.426 million viewers and the final hour drew 3.197 million viewers.

RAW came in at #1 on cable for the night in viewership and #3 for the night in the highly coveted 18-49 demographic, trailing Love & Hip-Hop and Street Outlaws.

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