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This week’s edition of WWE RAW did 3.351 million viewers which was up from last week's 3.093 million viewers. It's notable that the 3rd hour held up much better than usual. 

Here were the hourly numbers courtesy of Showbuzzdaily.com: 
Hour 1: 3.351 million 
Hour 2: 3.429 million 
Hour 3: 3.275 million 

 

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This week’s edition of WWE RAW did 3.327 million viewers which was down from last week's 3.351 million viewers. 

While the 3rd hour stayed above three million viewers again this week, it was still a drop from last week despite the Ultimate Deletion hype. 

Here were the hourly numbers courtesy of Showbuzzdaily.com: 

Hour 1: 3.434 million 
Hour 2: 3.472 million 
Hour 3: 3.076 million 

 - This week's Smackdown Live which featured the announcement about Daniel Bryan being cleared to wrestle drew 2.888 million viewers. The number was up from 2.771 million viewers last week and 2.628 million viewers two weeks ago.

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Both shows are doing well in the ratings, as should be expected with the Road of Wrestlemania being underway and the return of Daniel Bryan. However, it's still nice to see Raw and Smackdown getting a lot more viewers now than a couple of months ago, and maybe who knows , if Wrestlemania delivers ,these ratings will stay around this height or maybe even increase.

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This week’s edition of WWE RAW did 3.921 million viewers which was up from last week's 3.328 million viewers. Last year's RAW after Wrestlemania did 3.767 million viewers. 

Here were the hourly numbers courtesy of Showbuzzdaily.com: 

Hour 1: 4.098 million 
Hour 2: 4.069 million 
Hour 3: 3.597 million 

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With Wrestlemania season and the Superstar Shakeup over, this week’s edition of WWE RAW did 3.104 million viewers which was down from last week's 3.622 million viewers and 3.921 million viewers two weeks ago. 

Here were the hourly numbers courtesy of Showbuzzdaily.com: 

Hour 1: 3.283 million 
Hour 2: 3.210 million 
Hour 3: 2.819 million 
 

 

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This week’s WWE Smackdown viewership had a total of 2.195 million viewers, which sets the mark for a new low in 2018.

Last night’s show was down from last week’s show, which had 2.298 million viewers, and it comes under the previous year low total of 2.293 million viewers set two weeks ago. This week’s show, highlighted by Daniel Bryan versus Jeff Hardy in the main event, is the lowest watched show since the October 31st episode of Smackdown that drew 2.119 million viewers.

Smackdown came in as the sixth most watched show on the night in overall viewership, and the third overall show in the 18-49 demographic.

1/2 – 2.720

1/9 – 2.603

1/16 – 2.602

1/23 – 2.580

1/30 – 2.509

2/6 – 2.505

2/13 – 2.449

2/20 – 2.613

2/27 – 2.692

3/6 – 2.590

3/13 – 2.771

3/20 – 2.888

3/27 – 2.576

4/3 – 2.467

4/10 – 2.952

4/17 – 2.796

4/24 – 2.549

5/1 – 2.436

5/8 – 2.293

5/15 — 2.298

5/22 – 2.195

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This week’s edition of WWE RAW did 2.668 million viewers which was down from last week's 2.741 million viewers. This was the least-watched RAW of 2018 so far and the least-viewed RAW since June 12th of last year. 

Here were the hourly numbers courtesy of Showbuzzdaily.com: 

Hour 1: 2.792 million 
Hour 2: 2.767 million 
Hour 3: 2.447 million 
 

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This week’s WWE Smackdown viewership brought in 2.135 million viewers, which is down from 2.315 million viewers last week, and marks another new year-low total.

WWE Smackdown had seen a rise in overall viewership the past two weeks, but last night’s total was just under the then-low 2.138 million viewers the show brought in on June 5th. Last night’s show, which featured a Team Hell No reunion in the final segment, was the seventh overall show on the night in total viewership. Despite the drop in numbers, Smackdown was still the top show in the 18-49 demographic.

1/2 – 2.720

1/9 – 2.603

1/16 – 2.602

1/23 – 2.580

1/30 – 2.509

2/6 – 2.505

2/13 – 2.449

2/20 – 2.613

2/27 – 2.692

3/6 – 2.590

3/13 – 2.771

3/20 – 2.888

3/27 – 2.576

4/3 – 2.467

4/10 – 2.952

4/17 – 2.796

4/24 – 2.549

5/1 – 2.436

5/8 – 2.293

5/15 — 2.298

5/22 – 2.195

5/29 – 2.195

6/5 – 2.138

6/12 – 2.183

6/19 – 2.315

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