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On 7-9-2017 at 10:42 PM, Monda said:

May be off topic a bit, but does anyone want to guess how the ratings will look on Christmas?

I honestly don't think they will be extremely low, but I guess they there will be drop in ratings. But then again, they have had christmas shows before so I think that they will just take the type of bump which they normally take.

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 The October 23rd edition of RAW did 2.940 million viewers overall. Last week's show did 2.688 million viewers. It's interesting to note that the 1st hour did better than usual but there was a huge drop in viewership by the 3rd hour. 
Below is the hourly breakdown: 

8PM: 3.330 million viewers 
9PM: 2.970 million viewers 
10PM: 2.560 million viewers 

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Almost a full million people who didn't watch the 3rd hour. That is insane, I honestly think WWE should put RAW at 2 hours like Smackdown but I don't see them doing that.  Plus all the people who watch RAW on Hulu, DVR, or online as well. They honestly should just put RAW on WWE Network cause a lot of people don't even use cable anymore.

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This week's edition of WWE RAW drew 2.759 million viewers which was down from last week's 3.074 million viewers. 

The first hour drew 2.956 million viewers, the second hour drew 2.720 million viewers, and the third hour drew 2.601 million viewers. 

This week's WWE Smackdown Live drew 2.680 million viewers. This was up from last week's 2.662 million viewers

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The ratings are in for this week's episode of WWE SmackDown Live, and the news is all positive.

The January 2nd edition of SmackDown Live, which was the first show of the new year for the blue brand, finished with 2.72 million viewers.

The show saw an increase in viewership for the third straight week, and finished fifth on cable television in terms of overall viewership for Tuesday evening. The show finished number two in the key 18-49 year old demographic.

WWE SmackDown Live closed out 2017 with 2.656 million viewers for the final episode of the year.

Last night's Raw was up in viewership numbers from the previous, generating an average of 2.860 million viewers. With a bunch of college football games on January 1, Raw managed to squeak into the top 10 shows on cable.

-- Leading the way was the Okalahoma vs. Georgia college football game with 25.854 million viewers followed by the Alabama vs. Clemson game which got 20.407 million.

-- Raw's hourly figures were:

*** Hour 1 - 2.969 million
*** Hour 2 - 2.912 million
*** Hour 3 - 2.714 million

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The 1/8/18 WWE RAW did 2.759 million viewers which was down from last week's 2.865 million viewers. This week's RAW was up again the College Football Championship game which drew over 27 million viewers. 



Here were the hourly numbers courtesy of Showbuzzdaily.com:

Hour 1: 2.993 million 
Hour 2: 2.784 million 
Hour 3: 2.502 million

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- The 1/15/18 WWE RAW did 3.250 million viewers which was up from last week's 2.759 million viewers. This week's RAW was the first of 2018 without football competition. 

Here were the hourly numbers courtesy of Showbuzzdaily.com: 

Hour 1: 3.573 million 
Hour 2: 3.363 million 
Hour 3: 2.814 million 

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According to WrestleInc.com, Tuesday’s episode of WWE Smackdown drew 2.602 million viewers. This is down slightly from last week’s 2.603 million viewers. The show was #7 in viewership for this week on cable, behind Curse of Oak Island, Fixer Upper, Rachel Maddow, Hannity, Tucker Carlson and The Five. Smackdown was also #2 in the 18-49 demographic, behind Curse of Oak Island. Here is the breakdown of this year’s numbers, which are trending above the 2017 average of 2.546 million viewers…

* January 2nd Episode: 2.720 million viewers
* January 9th Episode: 2.603 million viewers
* January 16th Episode: 2.602 million viewers

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Raw 25 drew 4.53 million viewers for all three hours on USA Network, the most WWE has drawn for an episode of the show dating back to 2014. The hourly breakdown is also impressive:

Hour one: 4.80 million
Hour two: 4.64 million
Hour three: 4.14 million

That’s still a big drop from the first to third hour but considering they stayed over four million viewers for the entirety of the show, WWE has to feel great about this.

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I didn't realize that so many people watched Raw 25. This makes it even worse how badly the show flopped. If you were a semi-casual fan and you saw that show, you might not have as much interest as you thought you would have going forward. The WWE definitely should have tried harder to make Raw 25 a great show.

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