As most people expected, the show drew the highest viewership numbers for 2019 with 3.09 million people tuning in to see what WWE hyped as the biggest reunion in Raw history. The Reunion topped the 2.92 million viewers that they drew for the Raw after WrestleMania.
The show started with 3.02 million viewers and jumped up to 3.18 million viewers for the second hour. They dropped to 3.08 million viewers for the third hour but that is a smaller drop than usual. Raw Reunion was the highest-rated show on cable on Monday night.
For comparison, the Raw 25th anniversary show that aired in January 2018 drew 4.53 million viewers so that tells you how much of the casual fans still were not interested in what WWE had to offer this week. Still, WWE should be happy with this week’s viewership but the question is how many of the fans that tuned in this week will watch the show next week.
Here is the hourly breakdown for Raw Reunion:
8 pm – 3.02 million viewers
9 pm – 3.18 million viewers
10 pm – 3.08 million viewers