Smackdown viewership once again stayed around the same as previous weeks.
It won the night on cable, according to Showbuzz Daily. It scored 2,662,000 million viewers, which is up slightly from last week's 2,607,000 million viewers. It also scored a 0.82 18-49 rating, which was the same exact rating from last week.
Other shows that rounded off the top five included Curse of Oak Island, Fixer Upper, Below Deck and The Challenge.
The show was focused on the post-Survivor Series repercussions following their loss to Raw. Shane McMahon targeted Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn, who interfered in the big elimination match that night. They were put in a lumberjack match against The Day. Despite the long odds, they managed to score the win. It was teased throughout the show that they would be fired, but at the end of the show Daniel Bryan indicated tht he was never planning on firing them.
Ruby Riot, Sarah Logan and Liv Morgan also made their debuts, flipping the women's divison on Smackdown over and destroying everyone in their sight, including new Women's champion Charlotte.
Set for next week's Smackdown Is Kevin Owens vs. Randy Orton and AJ Styles against the Singh Brothers.