WWE Raw Viewership Rises Slightly For November 1 Show

A slight gain for Raw

The November 1 episode of WWE Monday Night Raw saw a slight increase in viewership figures.

According to Wrestlenomics, this week's episode of WWE's red brand drew an average of 1.689 million viewers, which is a shade higher than the viewership of 1.658 million viewers averaged for last week's show. This equates to roughly two per cent increase for Raw, week on week.

In terms of the crucial 18-49 demographic, Raw posted a 0.47 rating, which is the same rating in the key category that Raw achieved in the last episode on Monday 25 October.

According to F4WOnline, Raw actually did well in terms of viewer retention across the three hours, seeing just a drop-off of about four per cent between the first and third hour of the program.

Among 18-49 viewers, Raw was sixth for the night on cable television, losing out only to the five National Football League related shows across the ESPN networks. The WWE red brand was up against the New York Giants vs. Kansas City Chiefs on Monday.

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