NXT scored a viewership victory on November 25 when their show drew 712,000 viewers compared to AEW's 710,000 viewers with Dynamite.
Though the overall viewership numbers went in favor of NXT, AEW was once again dominant in 18-49 demographic.
Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics released the quarter-hour viewership numbers for the November 25 episodes, which shows how important the over-run was for NXT and how the show got off to a strong start. NXT 805,000 viewers in the first quarter-hour compared to AEW's 702,000 viewers. NXT opened with Candice LeRae vs. Ember Moon while AEW opened with Hangman Page vs. John Silver.
Viewership shifted at 9pm ET when AEW 756,000 viewers while NXT dropped to 706,000 viewers. AEW run Chris Jericho & Jake Hager vs. SCU during that time while NXT had The Kevin Owens Show. NXT peaked during the over-run with 823,000 viewers, which was the conclusion to the ladder match between Pete Dunne and Kyle O'Reilly.
You can see the full graph in the media below.
Quarter-hour viewership for AEW Dynamite and WWE NXT last week, November 25.— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) December 3, 2020
NXT started with 805k, leading in total viewers for the 1st hour. AEW led through the 2nd hour.
AEW led in the demo throughout.
NXT's 3-min overrun was larger than avg viewers of any Q, either show. pic.twitter.com/9hpQI3Z57w
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