WWE Monday Night RAW has hit a new record for lowest viewership on 14 December 2020 episode.
The 14 December 2020 TLC go-home show for WWE RAW drew an average of 1.527 million viewers on the USA Network, as per a report from Showbuzz Daily. The viewership was down by 12% from the last week’s episode which had an average of 1.737 million viewers.
The hourly breakdown for this week’s RAW is as below:
- Hour 1- 1.627 million viewers
- Hour 2- 1.512 million viewers
- Hour 3- 1.441 million viewers
The 3-hour average is lowest ever viewership for RAW ever. Prior to this, the 2 November episode was the lowest with 1.656 million viewers.
The show also suffered in the demographic ratings with a 0.41 average rating in the 18-49 demographic. This was also down from last week’s 0.51 rating. Also, for the first time ever, RAW was beaten by the previous week’s AEW Dynamite which had a 0.45 rating in 18-49 demographics.
WWE Monday Night RAW episode got position #31 in viewership on cable, down from the last week’s #20 spot.