October 18 WWE Raw Reportedly Draws Lowest 18-49 Demo Viewership On Record
Another setback in the ratings for WWE
Despite seeing an increase in overall viewership, the October 18 episode of WWE Monday Night Raw saw its audience in the key 18-49 demographic reportedly fell to a record low.
According to ShowBuzz Daily and Wrestlenomics, this past week's episode of Raw drew an average of 1.593 million viewers, which is a slight increase from the average of 1.582 million that tunes in for the October 11 episode.
However, the 18-49 demographic number fell once again, with WWE's red brand posting a 0.39 rating in the crucial category. This is a decrease from the 0.42 posted in the same demographic last week.
According to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics, the 18-49 demographic score is definitely the worst WWE Raw has posted since early 2012 and is almost certainly the lowest figure in that category since the show's debut in 1993.
It is also noted that, despite seeing a rise in overall viewership, the October 18 episode of WWE Raw still sits as the sixth-lowest viewed episode overall on record.