Raw ratings leveled out during this week.
Money in the Bank is getting closer and the last couple weeks of Raw have been lacking qualifying matches as most of the Money in the Bank participants have been determined. The other matches on the pay-per-view have also mostly been scheduled. But regardless of the stalled development in storylines Raw did not lose any viewers compared to last week. According to ShowBuzz Daily, Raw had between 2.39 million viewers and 2.59 million viewers for all three hours.
Hour 1: 2,593,000 viewers with 870 thousand in the 18-49 year old demographic.
Hour 2: 2,594,000 viewers with 860 thousand in the 18-49 year old demographic.
Hour 3: 2,390,000 viewers with 820 thousand in the 18-49 year old demographic.
WWE may have benefited from the night being an off night of the NBA Championship Finals. The demographics for 18 to 49 year olds were more favorable this week as last week competed with the semi-finals of the playoffs.
On YouTube, the tag team match created during the open segment between the teams of Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins and Jinder Mahal and Elias was the only video to have over one million views. Otherwise, the best performing videos were Kevin Owens versus Finn Balor and Roman Reigns finding Jinder Mahal backstage.