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WWE Raw (7/29/19) viewership sees a big drop from last week’s reunion show

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WWE Raw (7/29/19) viewership sees a big drop from last week’s reunion show



This week’s Monday Night Raw viewership dropped back down to normal levels, a bad sign for WWE because it shows that some fans came back to see the legends at last week’s Raw Reunion but they did not feel it was worth sticking around for more than a week.

This week’s Monday Night Raw drew 2,321,000 million viewers, down 772,000 viewers from last week’s Raw Reunion show.

So, the USA Network got what they wanted last week and it was their idea to do the Raw Reunion show but it’s clear that there should have been a big angle on the show to keep some of those returning viewers hooked.

Here is the hourly breakdown for this week’s show:

8 pm – 2,407,000 viewers
9 pm – 2,324,000 viewers
10 pm – 2,233,000 viewers

The ratings patterns are also at usual levels with viewership dropping from the start to the end of the show.






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