SmackDown Viewership For 4/26 Episode Is Lowest Of 2017

Last night's episode of SmackDown Live, featuring a Beat The Clock Challenge for the #1 Contendership of the Tag Titles, plus a main event of Charlotte Flair vs. Naomi for the Women's Title,  drew 2.493 million viewers, according to ShowBuzz Daily. This is down from the 2.544 million viewers that watched last week's episode, and marks the lowest viewership number of 2017 for the blue brand. Two weeks ago saw the highest number since last summer.

SmackDown came in at #6 in the viewership rankings on cable for the night, behind two NBA Playoff games, Tucker Carlson, Hannity and The Five. SmackDown did manage to do slightly better in the 18-49 demographic, taking # 3 behind the NBA games.

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For context, Monday night's episode of RAW drew 3.007 million viewers, which was down from last week's 3.346 million viewers.

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