AEW Rampage Draws Record Low Ratings

Poor ratings for AEW Rampage

All Elite Wrestling's second TV show - Rampage - continues to struggle in the ratings and the show drew record lows for the December 2 episode on Friday night. 

The episode averaged 361,000 total viewers on TNT, which is the lowest audience in the show's history when it has aired in its usual time slot of 10 pm ET. It is the fourth-lowest viewership overall, only drawing more viewers than three shows that aired on Friday afternoons. 

In the key 18-49 demographic, Rampage finished with a 0.08 rating, which was the lowest rating in the demo in show history. The show finished 60th on cable. 

Compared to the same week in 2021, Rampage was down 55.6 percent in 18-49 and 27.7 percent in total viewers. 

Rampage has come under criticism for much of 2022, with many stating the show has not been must-watch for some time. 

The December 2 show featured Orange Cassidy vs. QT Marshall, Darby Allin vs. Cole Karter, Jeff Jarrett and Jay Lethal vs. Private Party, and the debut of Shane Taylor. 

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