WWE RAW episode of 27 January 2020 maintained its rating from the last week with 2.4 million viewers in the United States.
Last week’s RAW episode, which was the go-home edition of RAW, got 2.38 million viewers on average over the three hours. This week’s numbers are slightly better with around 0.5% increase with 2.4 million viewers. This is the best viewership for RAW for this year.
However, the number is still 15% less than last year’s post Royal Rumble edition which had 2.7 million viewers. The hourly breakdown for the viewership is as below:
- 1st hour- 2.541 million viewers(last week- 2.548 million)
- 2nd hour- 2.441 million viewers(last week- 2.492 million)
- 3rd hour- 2.224 million viewers(last week- 2.101 million)
This week’s RAW, which dealt with the fallout from Royal Rumble. Drew McIntyre’s announcement for WrestleMania, Randy Orton’s turn on Edge and a couple of title matches were the highlight for this week’s RAW.
WWE RAW was at #15 in overall viewership for the night while it was at #1 in the cable Top 150 in the 18-49 demographics with 0.76 rating points. The viewership for January 2020 episodes is as below.
6 January 2020: 2.385 million viewers
13 January 2020: 2.030 million viewers
20 January 2020: 2.380 million viewers
27 January 2020: 2.402 million viewers