WWE attracted more viewers this week on Monday Night Raw.
Last week, ratings for Raw had dropped and this week they recovered but are still below the average for two weeks ago. According to Show Buzz Daily, Raw had over 3.2 millions viewers during the first two hours and lost 400,000 in the last hour. The ratings for the three hours of Raw are as following.
Hour 1: 3,216,000 average with 1.06 million in the 18-49 demographic.
Hour 2: Slightly up to 3,262,000 with 1.03 million in the 18-49 demographic.
Hour 3: Fell to 2,837,000 with 1 million in the 18-49 demographic.
No other hour on cable television broke an average of 2 million viewers. WWE also did the best in the 18-49 year old demographic for Monday night.
On YouTube, the only videos about Raw to break one million views were Braun Strowman hitting Elias with a double bass, the main event which determined the last wrestler to join Elimination Chamber, and John Cena beating The Miz which resulted in The Miz entering the Elimination Chamber first. The match between Sheamus and Roman Reigns reached 700,000 views.