AEW Rampage Draws Best Viewership Since Grand Slam Special

A significant upturn in viewership

The Friday 29 October episode of AEW Rampage averaged 623,000 viewers, the show's best rating since the two-hour Grand Slam special in September.

According to Showbuzz Daily, this past week's AEW Rampage averaged at 623,000 viewers on TNT which is a significant increase of 16.9 percent from the previous week. As noted, this rating is Rampage's highest viewership since the special presentation of a two-hour Grand Slam Rampage on Friday 24 September.

Rampage also drew a 0.25 in the key 18-49 demographic, an increase of 13.6 per cent from the Friday 22 October episode. Once again, this is the best number in the crucial category since the Grand Slam episode.

Rampage was up, in terms of viewership, in all age groups apart from the 18-49 female category. Perhaps significantly, the biggest gains came in males aged between 12-34, which saw a 25 per cent increase.

Rampage's increase in viewership comes despite being up against game three of the World Series over on FOX at the same time, which averaged more than 11 million viewrs. An NBA game over on ESPN also attracted 937,000 viewers.

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