The ratings for Raw improved this week.
After two slightly down weeks, Raw's viewership was considerably better this week. According to Showbuzz Daily, all three hours averaged at least 3.2 million viewers with the most in the first hour with 3.4 million viewers. The second hour was slightly lower than past weeks but the other hours were higher and the usual drop off for the third hour was nonexistent.
Hour 1: 3,429,000 viewers with 1.19 million in the 18-49 year old demographic.
Hour 2: 3,275,000 viewers with 1.16 million in the 18-49 year old demographic.
Hour 3: 3,351,000 viewers with 1.12 million in the 18-49 year old demographic.
No other show on Monday reached the average viewership of Raw's lowest hour and Raw beat two NBA games that aired on Monday.
On YouTube, the most popular videos featured Braun Strowman winning the tag team battle royal, John Cena calling out The Undertaker, Roman Reigns upset with Mr. McMahon while he talked to Kurt Angle in the ring, and Mr. McMahon announcing Reigns' suspension. All four of those videos earned more than one million views with Reigns' in-ring promo earning the most with 1.5 million.