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The 8/7 episode of Raw was the most-watched show since April

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The 8/7 episode of Raw was the most-watched show since April



WWE officials are probably happy with the viewership numbers for this week’s show. They drew 3.23 million viewers for a show headlined by the Last Man Standing match between Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman, Bayley’s announcement about her injury, and Brock Lesnar destroying The Miztourage on Miz TV. That’s their best number since April 17th.

Raw ranked as the number 1 show on cable for the night, ahead of Hannity on Fox News.

Here is the hourly breakdown:

8 pm – 3.26 million viewers
9 pm – 3.31 million viewers
10 pm – 3.14 million viewers

The third hour was down from the first two hours but it’s not down by much when you compare it to most weeks. Also, the third hour beat out all network shows except for ABC.

7/31/17: 3,163,000
7/24/17: 3,067,000
7/17/17: 3,153,000
7/10/17: 3,009,000
7/3/17: 2,839,000
6/26/17: 2,887,000
6/19/17: 3,102,000
6/12/17: 2,542,000
6/5/17: 2,994,000
5/29/17: 2,613,000
5/22/17: 2,615,000
5/15/17: 2,751,000
5/8/17: 2,696,000
5/1/17: 2,870,000
4/24/17: 3,007,000
4/17/17: 3,346,000
4/10/17: 3,429,000
4/3/17: 3,767,000
3/27/17: 3,292,000
3/20/17: 3,049,000
3/13/17: 3,232,000
3/6/17: 3,216,000
2/27/17: 3,093,000
2/20/17: 3,216,000
2/13/17: 3,087,000
2/6/17: 3,115,000
1/30/17: 3,615,000
1/23/17: 3,292,000
1/16/17: 3,271,000
1/9/17: 2,907,000
1/2/17: 3,047,000

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