WWE Raw viewership fell on Monday and reached new demo lows.
According to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics, WWE Raw drew 1,599,000 total viewers on Monday, December 6. This number is down from last Monday's viewership total of 1,678,000 viewers.
The show scored a 0.35 rating (462,000 viewers) in the 18 to 49 demographic, which is down from last Monday's 0.45 rating (593,000 viewers) in the demo. This is the lowest on record for Raw but only the ninth-lowest in total viewership. The previous low in the key demo was on October 18 when Raw did a 0.39 rating in the demographic.
The third-hour was the least-viewed.— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) December 8, 2021
8pm: 1.669 million viewers / 0.38 P18-49 rating
9pm: 1.636 million / 0.35
10pm: 1.494 million / 0.33
Hour One: 1.669 million viewers, 0.38 rating
Hour Two: 1.636 million viewers, 0.35 rating
Hour Three: 1.494 million viewers, 0.33 rating
The three hours of Raw finished eighth, ninth, and tenth on cable.
Top 5 Most Viewed WWE Raw (12/6) Videos on YouTube
- Becky Lynch vs. Liv Morgan – Raw Women’s Championship Match (622,000 views)
- Big E vs. Kevin Owens – Steel Cage Match (569,000 views)
- Edge and The Miz agree to square off at WWE Day 1 (545,000 views)
- Bianca Belair vs. Doudrop (363,000 views)
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