Both shows were up in total viewers. It was Dynamite that took the win this week even though it was outside of the top 10 on cable for the night. This show featured a loaded card with four titles on the line.
Dynamite drew 826,000 live viewers and NXT drew 651,000 live viewers. Last week, AEW drew 753,000 while NXT drew 639,000.
As is the case in most weeks, AEW won the 18-49 demographic. NXT ranked #51 among the top 150 shows on cable while AEW was #15.
The shows were expected to increase after they had to go up against the Vice Presidential Debate last week that aired across several networks and did big viewership numbers.
For the second straight week due to NXT being outside of the top 50 shows on cable, demographic figures weren’t released. Here is the demographic breakdown:
Viewers 18-49 – AEW: 0.30 / NXT: 0.17
Female viewers 18-49 – AEW: 0.18 / NXT: NA
Male viewers 18-49 – AEW: 0.41 / NXT: NA
Viewers 18-34 – AEW: 0.18 / NXT: NA
Female viewers 12-34 – AEW: 0.10 / NXT: NA
Male viewers 12-34 – AEW: 0.18 / NXT: NA
Viewers 25-54 – AEW: 0.35 / NXT: NA
Viewers 50+ – AEW: 0.35 / NXT: NA