This Week’s WWE Raw Viewership Rises, Was It Able to Draw Over 3 Million?


Last week’s edition of WWE Raw hit a new viewership low in 2018, taking in 2.689 million viewers.

This week’s edition of WWE Raw was a taped episode of the show which aired in London, England, and despite the fact that the show did not air live, it managed to draw a higher audience than last week’s live broadcast.

This week’s WWE Raw viewership, according to ShowBuzz Daily, averaged 2.741 million, which is higher than last week, but is still under three million viewers. The only other episodes of WWE Raw this year to draw less than 3 million viewers aired last week and in the first two weeks of January.

Below is the hourly breakdown for this week’s WWE Raw viewership:

-The first hour averaged 2.903 million viewers
-The second hour averaged 2.692 million viewers
-The final hour averaged 2.628 million viewers

This week’s WWE Raw ranked #4 for the night in overall cable TV viewership.

Below are several highlight videos from this week’s WWE Raw:

Drew McIntyre & Dolph Ziggler look to continue their path of destruction against the unique combination of Braun Strowman & Finn Bálor.

Kevin Owens gets his second opportunity to qualify for the Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match against Bobby Lashley and Elias in a heated Raw main event.

Three former Women’s Champions go to war for the right to compete in the Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match on June 17.

One week after Jinder Mahal cost Roman Reigns a Triple Threat Money in the Bank Qualifying Match, The Big Dog goes hunting for The Modern Day Maharaja.

Kevin Owens looks to make a statement by answering Seth Rollins’ Open Challenge, setting the stage for an explosive Intercontinental Championship Match.

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