Viewership for Monday Night Raw is back up.
According to Showbuzz Daily, the October 21 episode of Raw averaged 2.341 million viewers, which an increase from both October 14, which averaged 2.278 million viewers, and October 7, which averaged 2.334 million viewers. The final numbers for Raw are the highest since the September 30 episode did 2.571 million viewers.
As far as the 18-49 demographic is concerned, the October 21 show actually saw a slight ratings increase in the second hour before dropping in the third hour. The three hours of Raw were the fifth, sixth and seventh highest rated shows in the 18-49 demographic on cable for the day.
Raw had to compete with the New England Patriots vs. New York Jets NFL game, which averaged more than 10 million viewers.
Hour 1: 2.477 million viewers, 0.74 rating in the 18-49 demographic
Hour 2: 2.373 million viewers, 0.78 rating in the 18-49 demographic
Hour 3: 2.175 million viewers, 0.72 rating in the 18-49 demographic
Top 5 Most Viewed WWE Raw (10/14) Videos on YouTube
Rusev goes berserk in hunt for Lana and Bobby Lashley (833,000 million views)
Seth Rollins vs. Humberto Carrillo (689,000 views)
The Street Profits score a win over The O.C. thanks to Kevin Owens (431,000 views)
Rusev vows to track down Lana and Bobby Lashley (381,000 views)
If you missed anything from Raw, check out Fightful’s full report on the show and listen to the post-show podcast for a complete review of all the action. Fightful keeps an ongoing list of viewership numbers on various wrestling television shows, including Raw, and can be seen here.