Last Monday's RAW Draws Worst Rating In 15 Years
Last Monday's RAW broadcast on USA Network drew a 2.48 cable rating, the program's worst rating for a non-holiday episode since October 27, 1997 (which drew a 2.3) during the Monday Night WAR with WCW Monday NITRO on TNT. This is below the rating for the Oct. 1, 2012 show, which garnered a 2.54 in comparison.
As reported earlier, the three-hour program averaged 3.55 million viewers, beating a year-low of 3.50 million viewers on Oct. 1. Raw drew 3.58 million viewers in the first hour, 3.65 million in the second hour, and 3.43 million in third and final hour.
Viewership for the third hour was a year-low, below 3.47 million viewers on Oct. 1. It was the tenth consecutive week where third hour viewership was below viewership in the second hour.
RAW was up against the MLB on FOX between the St. Louis Cardinals and the San Francisco GIANTS and ESPN Monday Night Football between the Detroit Loins and the Chicago Bears
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