How Many Homes Get Wrestling TV?, Recent WWE TV Ratings, More
By Ryan Clark | April 04, 2010 |
Here are some recent WWE TV ratings:
-- The 2010 WWE Hall of Fame on 3/27 drew a final 1.3 cable rating with 1.77 million viewers. This was down from the 1.7 rating last year for Steve Austin's induction and the 2.1 rating in 2008 for Ric Flair's induction. Despite a lower number, it was still the highest rated show on cable for adult men during the 11:00 p.m. to Midnight hour.
-- WWE Superstars on 3/25 drew a final 0.9 cable rating with 917,000 viewers. The replay did a 0.2 cable rating with 159,000 viewers.
-- WWE NXT on 3/23 drew a final 0.9 cable rating with 1.08 million viewers.
-- Despite TNA's ratings in the U.S. being at their lowest in years, numbers in the UK have been growing ever since the arrival of Hulk Hogan, Eric Bischoff and Ric Flair. The March 14 show on Bravo set a new record with 114,000 viewers.
-- To update on the total number of homes for networks that air pro wrestling, here are some new figures:
* MyNetworkTV (WWE SmackDown!): Estimated 109 million homes.
* USA Network (WWE RAW): 99.44 million homes.
* Spike TV (TNA iMPACT!): 99.1 million homes.
* SyFy (WWE NXT): 97.28 million homes.
* WGN America (WWE Superstars): 72.47 million homes.