Raw averaged 2.9 million viewers for three straight hours.
Raw viewership has been up and down in the month of July. There was a historic low on July 9th, the next week saw a small increase, and last week saw another dip.
The lowest the average viewership was this month was the first hour of the July 9th show which saw just above 2.3 million viewers. On July 16th, the first hour of raw saw 3,112,000 viewers on average.
While this week did not reach the highest hourly average for the month, according to ShowBuzz Daily this week's Raw averaged better than any other week in July over all three hours.
Hour 1: 2,875,000 viewers with .96 in the 18-49 year old demographic.
Hour 2: 3,012,000 viewers with 1.02 in the 18-49 year old demographic.
Hour 3: 2,815,000 viewers with .98 in the 18-49 year old demographic
All three hours of Raw appeared in the top five of the rankings for cable original content and the second hour of Raw was ranked first.
On the WWE YouTube, Brock Lesnar dominated the most viewed videos from Raw. The video of him appearing the ring and attacking Kurt Angle has over 5 million views, Lesnar talking to Heyman backstage reading a magazine has over 1 million views. The opening segment which Lesnar didn't appear in but was included in the title of the video has 1.2 million views.
Several other videos did well too. Videos featuring Braun Strowman, Roman Reigns, and Ronda Rousey have over 800,000 views. Two additional videos of Lesnar had over 600,000 views and some of the matches received views in that ball park as well.
The season finale of Total Bellas had an average of 612,000 viewers and was ranked 24th on Sunday by ShowBuzz Daily.
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