November 8 WWE Raw Sets Record For Lowest Viewed Hour In Show's History

A dreadful week for Raw's final hour

The November 8 episode of WWE Monday Night Raw set an unwanted record of including the lowest rated hour ever in the show's long history.

According to Dave Meltzer of F4WOnline, this week's episode of Raw drew an average of 1.55 million viewers across the three hours, with a 0.40 rating in the 18-49 demographic.

However, while the first two hours were consistent with what Raw usually draws, the third hour fell to just 1.37 million viewers and a very poor 0.34 in the crucial 18-49 category.

These numbers would match one record and set another as the overall viewership would tie the lowest total audience for an hour of Raw in history, matching the third hour from the July 5 show. The 0.34 in 18-49 for the third hour would set a record for the lowest rated hour in history, breaking the 0.37 set in the third hour on June 28.

This week's episode of Raw also tied for the second lowest 18-49 rating in Raw, history with the record being 0.39 on July 5, with it noted that the July episode came on the back of a major holiday weekend.

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