The ratings for WWE NXT 2.0 are in and they are disappointing.
NXT drew 574,000 live viewers, which is down from the 603,000 viewers the show previously drew a week ago, according to Brandon Thurston of WrestleNomics.
It did a 0.11 rating for the 18-49 demographic. The show did a 0.15 rating one week ago. It ranked #55 in the top 150 shows on cable for the night, down from last week’s #36 ranking. Because it wasn’t ranked inside the top 50, we don’t have data for the rest of the demos.
For the second straight week, NXT set its lowest total viewership of the 2.0 era. This was also the lowest key demo the show has done on the USA Network since moving to the station in 2019. This doesn’t count the shows that aired on Syfy. The show did its lowest total viewership since February 10 when it was on Wednesday against AEW Dynamite.
The 2021 low for viewership was set back on August 3rd when it aired on Syfy with 520,000 viewers. The lowest key demo of the year was also on August 3rd with a 0.08.
Here is a list of total viewership and the key demo rating since WWE rebranded the show as NXT 2.0:
9/14/21: 770,000 viewers - 0.21 key demo rating - relaunch episode
9/21/21: 746,000 viewers - 0.20 key demo rating
9/28/21: 655,000 viewers - 0.14 key demo rating
10/5/21: 632,000 viewers - 0.13 key demo rating
10/12/21: 632,000 viewers - 0.15 key demo rating
10/19/21: 606,000 viewers - 0.14 key demo rating
10/26/21: 746,000 viewers - 0.18 key demo rating - Halloween Havoc episode
11/2/21: 631,000 viewers - 0.11 key demo rating
11/9/21: 603,000 viewers - 0.15 key demo rating
11/16/21: 574,000 viewers - 0.14 key demo rating