Raw Ratings At Record Low

The second episode of Raw in 2020 has garnered seriously low ratings with 2.030 million viewers.  This is down 15% from last week’s 2.385 million viewers.  This is the lowest since December 23, 2019, which drew 1.835.  This is a new low for non-holiday episodes of Raw.

The first hour of Raw garnered 2.218 million views.  The second hour with 2.059 million views.  The final hour, with the third-lowest third-hour rating ever with 1.814 million viewers.

Raw went up against college football, The Bachelor, America’s Got Talent, and The Flash, all helped to bump Raw to the #15 spot on cable for the night, #9 in the key 18-49 demographic.

 

QD – Personally I thought the episode of Raw was one of the best in a very long time, hitting on some of my all-time WWE pet peeves.  There was serious grit in the fight between Charlotte and Sarah, also in how Becky sold and handled the green mist from Asuka.  A great comedic segment that showed us that Lesnar does have some personality in one of the best comedic segments in years, and that’s after all the great segments R-Truth has given us since becoming the 24/7 48/7 7-11 European TV Champion!  One of the best most unexpected swerves in a long time in Buddy Murphy.  Then the growth of a solid faction with Murphy joining Rollins and AOP.  Also, Big Show didn’t turn heel!  This is the first time in a long time I’ve been bummed that I’m not the person writing about Raw, and that’s saying something!