wwe-raw-ratings-breakdownThis week’s WWE Raw ratings are in as Monday’s April 29th episode scored a 3.1 cable rating with an average of 4.285 million viewers.

WWE Raw ratings are slightly down from last week’s episode that featured the return of Undertaker. It respectively scored a 3.14 cable rating with 4.40 million viewers. Raw this week was the #1 show on cable TV and ranked #1 in total viewers, including teen males. It also ranked #2 in key male demos, trailing the NBA Playoffs.

First Hour Breakdown: 4.29 million first hour viewers (most in three weeks).

Second Hour Breakdown: Slight increase at 4.31 million viewers (vs. 4.65 million last week for Undertaker wrestling on Raw).

Third Hour Breakdown: A slight decline of 4.26 million viewers.

This now marks 16 consecutive weeks and 16 out of 17 weeks in 2013 that viewership has declined from the second to third hour.

A special in-depth look into WWE Raw ratings for April will be posted shortly. Lee & Diamond K will follow up to talk more about WWE Raw ratings on next week’s The RCWR Show Tuesday night at 11:00pm EST.

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