WWE RAW RATINGS & VIEWERSHIP: Monday Night RAW’s audience deteriorates slightly and falls below 1,820,000 viewers.
The episode of WWE Monday Night Raw last Monday, March 22, 2021, obtained an audience of 1,816,000 viewers on average. This represents a decrease of 1.47% compared to the 1,843,000 viewers of the previous week.
On this occasion, Raw featured several matches and segments of interest: Bobby Lashley defeated Sheamus at the beginning of the show, while Rhea Ripley debuted on Monday Night RAW.
In addition, the match between Bad Bunny and The Miz was confirmed at WrestleMania 37, Kofi Kingston surprised AJ Styles and Drew McIntyre faced The Hurt Business. The stellar segment of the evening featured a confrontation between Randy Orton, ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt and Alexa Bliss.
The first hour marked an audience of 1,878,000 viewers, the second hour worsened with a figure of 1,841,000 and the final hour dropped to 1,729,000 viewers. This represents a drop of 7.93% between its first and third hours.
RAW was the 13th most watched program on cable television on Monday night, dominated by opinion and informational programs, such as Tucker Carlson Tonight or Hannity, and by the second round of the NCAA college basketball tournament, among others. Additionally, the red mark was 4th in the demographic of interest, corresponding to the ages between 18 and 49 years, worsening the position achieved in the last seven weeks.
Next, the Raw audiences during 2021:
January 4, 2021: 2,128,000 viewers
January 11, 2021: 1,819,000 viewers
January 18, 2021: 1,854,000 viewers
January 25, 2021: 1,819,000 viewers
February 1, 2021: 1,892,000 viewers
February 8, 2021: 1,715,000 viewers
February 15, 2021: 1,810,000 viewers
February 22, 2021: 1,890,000 viewers
March 1, 2021: 1,884,000 viewers
March 8, 2021: 1,897,000 viewers
March 15, 2021: 1,843,000 viewers
March 22, 2021: 1,816,000