Last night's episode of Monday Night RAW, featuring all the fallout from Extreme Rules and bookended by Bray Wyatt vs Roman Reigns in the opener and Seth Rollins vs new #1 Contender Samoa Joe in the main event, drew 2.994 million viewers, according to Show Buzz Daily. This is up 13% from the 2.613 million viewers that watched last week's "go-home" episode. That number constituted a new low for 2017.
And while this is the highest viewership number since April 24th, it does still mark the sixth straight week that RAW has averaged below 3 million viewers. Two of the three hours were above 3 million, though, with the first hour drawing 3.113 million viewers and the second hour drawing 3.110 million viewers. Unfortunately, the final hour dropped down to 2.758 million.
Still, with no NBA finals competition last night, RAW came in at #1 on cable in viewership and #2 in the highly coveted 18-49 demographic, behind only Love & Hip-Hop.