Black Friday AEW Rampage Draws Show's Lowest Ever Viewership

A hard week for AEW Rampage

The 26 November episode of AEW Rampage reportedly registered the lowest viewership in the show's history. 

According to ShowBuzz Daily, the Thanksgiving weekend edition of AEW Rampage averaged an audience of 431,000 viewers on TNT, a signficant decrease of 22.5 per cent from the previous week, making it the lowest viewed episode ever in the program's short history.

It should be noted that Thanksgiving editions of wrestling shows often seen a dip in audience numbers, with AEW Dynamite also suffering a decline in viewership last Wednesday.

Rampage registered a 0.18 rating in the 18-49 demographic, which was a decrease of 18.2 per cent. This was the second-lowest number in the key category ever for Rampage, bettering only the October 17 edition.

While Rampage had to compete with the holidays, it is also noteworthy that the AEW show faced strong competition from sports, with college football and college basketball in direct opposition to Rampage over on ESPN.

Viewership for the program was down across all age groups with the biggest decline coming in people over 50. 

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