Trying times in IMPACT Wrestling ahead of Bound For Glory.
According to ShowBuzzDaily, Thursday's episode of IMPACT drew 183,000 viewers, down from last week's 190,000 number. Even though the number dropped and was once again below 200,000 viewer, it's still not the lowest number the show has produced this year. The Aug. 9 edition for the show drew just 168,000 viewers.
The worse news is that the show did not crack the top 150 shows on cable. The top 150 shows are based on the 18 to 49 demographic rating and not viewership. For example, ESPN2 show Jalen & Jacoby drew just 85,000 viewers, but was #149 on the day with a 0.04 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic. IMPACT Wrestling also did a 0.04 rating on Thursday. The rating is the lowest since the Dec. 14, 2017 episode, which drew a 0.02 demographic rating. Last week's show did a 0.05 rating.
Top 5 Most Viewed IMPACT Wrestling (10/11) Videos on YouTube
Konnan delivers message to King (50,000 views)
Allie makes a deal with James Mitchell (49,000 views)
Austin Aries, Moose & Killer Kross vs. Johnny IMPACT, Eddie Edwards & Fallah Bahh (34,000 views)
Tessa Blanchard vs. Keyra (35,000 views)
Grado vs. Maximo (28,000 views)
As reported earlier today, IMPACT Wrestling will be moving to the 10 p.m. ET time slot starting on Oct. 25.