The numbers are in for AEW Rampage Grand Slam.
According to ShowBuzzDaily, AEW Rampage averaged 640,000 viewers for the two-hour special on Friday, September 24. This number is down from the previous episode, which scored 642,000 viewers. The first hour of AEW Rampage scored 727,000 viewers, but the second hour (11pm ET to midnight) hurt the overall number as only 552,000 viewers watched.
The first hour finished first among cable originals, pulling a 0.32 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic. The second hour dropped to a 0.25 rating for an average rating of 0.29, which is slightly up from the 0.28 demo rating the show pulled the previous Friday. The second hour finished fourth on cable. The average rating would have placed the show at number one on cable.
Hour 1 - 727,000 viewers (0.32 rating in 18 to 49 demographic)
Hour 2 - 552,000 viewers (0.25 rating in 18 to 49 demographic)
AEW Rampage Grand Slam was headlined by CM Punk's first television match since 2014, the Super Kliq competing in trios action, and Jon Moxley teaming with Eddie Kingston to battle Lance Archer & Minoru Suzuki in a lights out match.
Top 5 Most Viewed AEW Rampage (9/24) Videos on YouTube
- The finish of CM Punk vs. Will Hobbs (1.3 million)
- Jon Moxley & Eddie Kingston vs. Minoru Suzuki & Lance Archer (949,000 views)
- Jorge Masvidal and American Top Team smash Chris Jericho (478,000 views)
- Super Kliq in action (400,000 views)
- Miro destroyed Fuego Del Sol and Sammy Guevara (204,000 views)
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