WWE RAW: Monday Night RAW achieves consecutive rise in viewership and rating in last episode of 2020

WWE RAW grabs once again increase in viewership and rating in last episode of the year: Thanks to a solid show and a cliffhanger ending with Randy Orton and Alexa Bliss, WWE RAW viewership saw another increase after posting an all-time low two weeks ago.

As reported by Showbuzz Daily, WWE RAW viewership averaged 1.769 million viewers this week, which is up from last week’s 1.691 million viewers. As for 18-49 demographics, it came in at No. 3, 4, and 6 for its first, second and third hours, respectively. Regular season NFL action and coverage took the top two spots as usual.

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The hourly breakdown is as follows:

8 p.m.: 1,886,000

9 p.m.: 1,783,000

10 p.m.: 1,638,000


2.437 million – February 17 – 2020 High

1.526 million – December 14 – 2020 Low

1.769 million – December 28 – This Week

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