WWE Raw 4/8 Posts Highest Viewership And Rating Numbers Of The Year

Raw After WrestleMania delivers the biggest numbers of the year.

ShowBuzzDaily reports that Monday's episode of Raw averaged 2,923,000 viewers across the three hours. This number is up from last week's average of 2,638,000 viewers and the highest viewership average of the year, slightly beating out the Feb. 25 episode of 2,922,000 viewers.

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Perhaps the bigger news is the rating in 18 to 49 demographic. Monday's episode averaged a 1.08 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic, well above last week's rating of 0.91 and the highest rating of 2019. The three hours of Raw took the top three spots among cable originals on Monday.

Hourly breakdown

Hour 1: 3.182 million viewers, 1.15 rating in 18-49 demographic

Hour 2: 2.943 million viewers, 1.10 rating in 18-49 demographic

Hour 3: 2.646 million viewers, 1.00 rating in 18-49 demographic

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The Shield say goodbye to Dean Ambrose after Raw (4.5 million views)

The Undertaker returns to silence Elias (1.4 million views)

Seth Rollins and Kofi Kingston agree to a winner take all bout (1.4 million views)

Seth Rollins vs. Kofi Kingston (823,000 views)

Dean Ambrose's final night in WWE ends in devastation (757,000 views)

If you missed anything from Monday's Raw, head over to Fightful's full report on the show. You can also listen to the post-show podcast for a complete break of all the action.

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