WWE Raw Viewership Down For First Show Of 2020

WWE's viewership for Raw remains relatively stable after last week's big jump.

According to Showbuzz Daily, the January 6 episode of Raw, the first of 2020, averaged 2.384 million viewers. Although this is down from the 2.439 million viewers the December 30, 2019 episode averaged, it still is the highest viewership Raw averaged since late September. Compared to last year's first episode of Raw, the viewership is nearly identical with the January 7, 2019 episode averaging 2.324 million viewers.

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In the 18-49 demographic, this week's episode averaged a 0.74 rating, just slightly down from last week's 0.76 rating. All three hours of Raw this week ranked in the top three in the top 150 cable originals in the 18-49 demographic.

Hourly Breakdown:

Hour 1: 2.550 million viewers, 0.78 rating in the 18-49 demographic

Hour 2: 2.409 million viewers, 0.75 rating in the 18-49 demographic

Hour 3: 2.195 million viewers, 0.70 rating in the 18-49 demographic

Top 5 Most Viewed WWE Raw (1/6) Videos On YouTube:

Big Show returns to help Owens & Samoa Joe vs. Seth Rollins and AOP (911,000 views)

Big Show, Kevin Owens and Samoa Joe vs. Seth Rollins and AOP (866,000 views)

Rusev presents a special Lana-Lashley wedding album (640,000 views)

Brock Lesnar to enter at No. 1 in the Royal Rumble match (500,000 views)

Rey Mysterio attacks Andrade for ripping off his mask (333,000 views)

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