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WWE Monday Night Raw viewership drops to new record low for 4/27/20 episode



This week’s edition of Monday Night Raw saw a slight decrease from last Monday’s episode.

According to Showbuzz Daily, the episode drew an average of 1.814 million viewers on the USA Network. This is down from the 1.842 million viewers a week ago.

As a result, this set another record low for viewership of the show not just for 2020 but second all-time for a non-holiday show. The previous low was back in December 2019 that did 1.835 million viewers. The record for the all-time lowest holiday show came in December 2018 with 1.775 million viewers.

The 18-49 demos saw hour one had 0.56 then 0.53 in hour two, and 0.43 in hour three. Monday’s episode did feature a contract signing between WWE Champion Drew McIntyre and Seth Rollins in the third hour, which the hour dropped despite that.

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Here is the hourly viewership breakdown:

Hour 1 (8 pm): 1.945 million

Hour 2 (9 pm): 1.888 million

Hour 3 (10 pm): 1.619 million

The same time last year, the first hour did 2.336, the second hour with 2.241, and the final hour of 1.898 million viewers.