Raw Viewership For Post-Mania Show On 4/3 Sees Expected Big Increase

Last night's Post WrestleMania episode of Monday Night RAW, traditionally the biggest of the year, drew 3.767 million viewers, according to Show Buzz Daily. This is an increase of almost half a million over last week's 3.292 million viewers for the Mania 33 go-home show.

The first hour drew 3.826 million viewers, the second hour saw 3.893 million, and the final hour garnered 3.583 million.

While this number is the biggest of 2017, last year's post-WrestleMania RAW drew over 4 million viewers. The RAW after Mania drew over 5 million viewers in both 2015 and 2014.

This is representative of a downturn in cable viewing across the board, though, as even though the viewership number was down year over year, RAW was still #1 on cable for the night and #1 in the highly coveted 18-49 demographic as well.

The show went up against the NCAA Tournament finals, which always does big numbers.

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