WWE RAW TV Viewership and ratings bounced back a bit for the 21 December 2020 episode from the record low they posted a week prior.
This Monday’s edition of RAW, which dealt with the fallout from Sunday’s TLC 2020 PPV, drew an average of 1.691 million viewers on the USA Network. This is up 11% from last week’s show when it averaged 1.527 million viewers over three hours. The hourly breakdown for this week is as below:
1st hour – 1.841 million viewers (last week – 1.627 million)
2nd hour – 1.701 million viewers (last week – 1.512 million)
3rd hour – 1.531 million viewers (last week – 1.441 million)
21 December edition of RAW was ranked at number #22 for the night in viewership on cable. It was up from last week’s #31 spot, but well away from the usual top 10 position it use to get even a few months ago. The Cincinnati Bengals vs Pittsburgh Steelers NFL game topped the night on cable in viewership with 12.721 million viewers.
Also, RAW was ranked at #4 for the night on the Cable Top 150, drawing an average of 0.53 in the 18-49 demographic rating. This was also up from last week’s #7 rank with 0.41 rating points. Bengals vs Steelers once again topped the night here also with with a 3.38 rating in the key 18-49 demographic.
Comparing the viewership year on year, RAW was down 7.85% from the same week from the previous year. The numbers are still alarming, but the WWE management would have got some respite for not creating another record low.
WWE Higher-ups as well as the USA Network Management has been unhappy with the recent viewership for their WWE products.
This week’s RAW featured a six-man holiday street fight tag team match in the main event featuring WWE Champion Drew McIntyre. For the complete results and updates on the show, you can follow this link.