Raw Viewership Dips Slightly For FastLane Go-Home Show On 2/27

Last night's FastLane go-home episode of Monday Night RAW, which featured advertised appearances by Goldberg and Seth Rollins and a contract signing between Braun Strowman and Roman Reigns in the main event, drew 3.093 million viewers, according to Show Buzz Daily. This is a slight decrease from the 3.216 million viewers that watched last week's show.

The first hour last night drew 3.127 million viewers, the second hour actually increased in viewership with 3.233 million viewers and the final hour dropped down to 2.918 million viewers.

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RAW did manage to come in at #2 on cable last night, behind only The O'Reilly Factor. RAW was also #2 on the night in the highly coveted 18-49 demographic, behind only Love & Hip-Hop.

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