AEW Dynamite Draws Lowest Viewership Since July 7 2021

Another drop for Dynamite

AEW Dynamite has once again registered their lowest viewership rating since early July.

The November 3 episode of Dynamite, according to Wrestlenomics and ShowBuzz Daily, averaged 878,00 viewers, the show's lowest figure for a Wednesday night Dynamite since Juy 7, which was the promotion's first Dynamite away from Daily's Place since COVID-19 struck.

The show also scored a 0.32 in the crucial 18-49 demographic, which equates to 424,000 viewers, which is a decrease of around 18 per cent from last week's Dynamite. The overall Dynamite viewership fell by 7 per cent.

Dynamite had been able to avoid competing directly against Game Seven of the World Series on Wednesday but the promotion still struggled to stop a slide in viewership.

Although AEW Dynamite avoided a seventh game of the World Series, this week’s number took a hit with its lowest mark on Wednesday since early July.

It should be noted that this is the second week in a row that Dynamite has aired live across the United States, including in the Pacific and Mountain time zones, rather than on a time delay. This is, of course, going to have an effect as some markets are unable to watch Dynamite live when it is aired earlier in the evening. 

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