Last night's episode of Monday Night RAW, featuring Roman Reigns's big Summerslam Announcement, Braun Strowman's destructive return from injury, and a main event in which Big Cass turned on Enzo Amore, drew 3.102 million viewers, according to ShowBuzz Daily. This is up 18% over the 2.542 million viewers that watched last week's show, which was the lowest number for 2017. RAW had been on a seven-week streak of averaging below 3 million viewers.
Last night, the first hour drew 3.075 million viewers, the second hour was up to 3.201 million viewers for the Reigns vs Samoa Joe match (and Braun's surprise return) and the final hour dipped back down to 3.029 million viewers.
RAW came in at #1 in overall viewership on cable and #2 in the highly coveted 18-49 demographic, behind only VH1's Love & Hip-Hop.