AEW scored some big viewership victories over NXT on November 18.
Brandon Thurston from Wrestlenomics provided the quarter-hour viewership numbers, overall and 18 to 49 demo, for the last ten episodes of AEW and NXT. In regards to Wednesday's head-to-head battle, AEW easily outperformed NXT in the 18 to 49 demo, doubling the viewership numbers in each quarter-hour.
For the last ten episodes, NXT has never won a quarter-hour in terms of viewership in the key demo. The show has only won 12 of the last 80 quarter-hours in terms of overall viewership, with seven of those wins coming on October 28, which was NXT Halloween Havoc.
You can view the full quarter-hour breakdowns in the media below.
Quarter-hour viewership for last night's AEW Dynamite and WWE NXT.— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) November 20, 2020
AEW opened at nearly 1 million viewers. Main event (Q8) though was lowest quarter.
In demo, AEW doubled NXT in every quarter. 1st time that's happened since Oct 2019.
AEW was ahead in P2+ throughout. pic.twitter.com/5WoFRK67ey
You can find full ratings and viewership numbers from Wednesday's AEW and NXT by clicking here.
If you missed anything from AEW and NXT, check out the Wednesday Night Wars podcast for a full review of both shows by clicking here.