WWE RAW Ratings, Viewership (11/20/17): Numbers Up For Post-Survivor Series Episode

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The WWE RAW ratings and viewership figures are in for this week’s show, and Monday’s episode of WWE’s flagship brand saw their audience increase for the post Survivor Series show. This week’s show, which featured the fallout from Survivor Series, Paige return along with some help from Mandy Rose and Sonia Deville from NXT, and Roman Reigns captured the WWE Intercontinental Title, drew 3.031 million viewers. This is up 6.7% from last week’s 2.841 million viewers. It’s also the first time RAW has topped the 3 million mark in months.

Not a bad number this week’s RAW. The audience seems to stick around for shows after the big 4 PPVs of the year, and last night was no different.

The hourly breakdown this week was as follows:

First Hour: 3.244 million viewers (3.262 million viewers last week)
Second Hour: 3.194 million viewers (3.061 million viewers last week)
Third Hour: 2.785 million viewers (2.769 million viewers last week)

It’s still not a good look, though, for WWE to lose almost a half a million viewers from hour one to hour three.

RAW was #3 for the night on cable in viewership, falling behind the NFL on ESPN and Hannity. RAW was also #3 in the 18-49 demographic, falling behind the NFL and SportsCenter.