WWE Raw Viewership Continues To Fall On 5/31/21, Updated Third Hour Number

WWE Raw viewership was down again on Memorial Day.

According to the PWTorch, the May 31 episode of WWE Raw averaged 1.418 million viewers across the three hours, which is down from last week's average of 1.62 million viewers. It's the lowest viewership number of 2021. Also, there was an overall 1.1 cable rating.

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The show averaged a 0.44 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic, down slightly from last week's demographic rating of a 0.45 average.

POST Wrestling obtained the internal ratings information from WWE, which has the average viewership at 1,557,000 viewers and 0.40 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic.

The third hour, which was originally reported by PW Torch at 1.168 million viewers, is listed at 1.586 million viewers on the internal report. The new third hour would bring the overall average up to 1.557 million viewers.

Hourly demographic numbers were not available.

Hourly Breakdown:

Hour 1: 1.536 million viewers
Hour 2: 1.549 million viewers
Hour 3: 1.168 million viewers (PW Torch), 1.586 million views (POST)

Top 5 Most Viewed WWE Raw (5/31) Videos on YouTube

- Randy Orton vs. Xavier Woods (828,000 views)

- Reginald vs. Shayna Baszler (685,000 views)

- Drew McIntyre vs. Kofi Kingston (656,000 views)

- Shayna Baszler crashes “Alexa’s Playground” and attacks Reginald (532,000 views)

- Nikki Cross vs. Charlotte Flair (484,000 views)

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