This week’s episode of WWE Monday Night Raw hauled in the largest viewership of the year.
According to Showbuzz Daily, the show drew in an average viewership of 2.437 million, which is a 4.3% jump from last week’s 2.337 million. In the main event of this week’s show, Kevin Owens and The Viking Raiders took on Raw Tag Team Champion Murphy and the Authors Of Pain. The first hour of the show drew 2.671 million viewers, compared to last week’s 2.396 million.
In the second hour, Raw pulled in an average of 2.559 million viewers, compared to last week’s 2.411 million. The third and final hour saw an average of 2.082 million viewers, which is down from last week’s 2.204 million. Raw was also ranked sixth in total cable viewership behind Hannity, Tucker Carlson Tonight, The Ingraham Angle, The Five, and Rachel Maddow.
This week’s Raw featured the highest average viewership number of 2020 thus far, slightly above the 2.402 million viewers that the January 27 episode had on the post-Royal Rumble show.