This Week’s Final WWE Raw Rating Considered A Disaster, Lowest Rating Since 1997

The final WWE RAW rating for this week’s Survivor Series fallout show was a 2.16, down from last week’s 2.28.

This number is the lowest rating since before the start of the Attitude Era, and various sources call it “a disaster” for WWE.

This week’s show drew a new non-holiday low of 2.964 million viewers, which was a drop from last week, and  and 200,000 viewers less than the previous low total nearly 19 years ago. RAW had an hourly breakdown of 3.190 million viewers in the first hour, 2.990 million viewers in the second, and 2.712 million viewers in the third.

This is also the first time since 1997 that WWE RAW failed to average more than three million viewers.

 

 

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