wwe raw ratingsWWE Raw ratings are in for Monday, April 22 as it scored a 3.14 cable rating. This is up from the year-low 3.08 rating from last week.

 

Total overall viewer average was 4.40 million. This is up by six percent from last week’s year-low viewership. WWE Raw ratings this week help made Raw on cable TV rank #1 in total viewers, #2 for males 18-34 just trailing behind the NBA Playoffs on TNT, and #1 among males 18-49 and male teens.

WWE Raw averaged 4.19 million viewers in the first hour (nearly identical to last week), 4.65 million viewers in the second hour (up 400,000 viewers from last week for Undertaker’s in-ring return on Raw), and 4.36 million for the third hour (up 300,000 viewers from last week).

Raw once again declined in viewership from the second to third hour to make this week mark the 15th consecutive week now.

– Last year’s post-WrestleMania Raw from the U.K. scored a 3.08 rating, virtually even with the previous week’s 3.10 rating.

WWE Raw Ratings Analysis: No doubt with a great London crowd and the return of Undertaker making his in-ring return on Raw helped bring in strong ratings for Raw this week. Not too mention gone from this week’s episode was the Tout, Twitter, Facebook plugs and just straight up wrestling. There was hardly any 15-20 minute promos on this episode as well. It’s a trend which personally we’d love to see happen on a more frequent basis.

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