-- The November 19th edition of WWE AM RAW scored a 0.23 (0.2) cable rating, with 487,000 viewers.
-- Here is the latest WWE & TNA UK ratings information:
Bound For Glory drew 186,000 viewers on a three-day tape delay (with no replays, save for the Challenge +1 timeshift channel - something that is really annoying, given that Impact gets a replay!)
As for Impact, looking at the first airings only (3 days after the US):
September 15 - no rating (would mean 114,000 viewers or less)
September 22 - 141,000
September 19 - 137,000 (-4,000 viewers)
October 6 - 184,000 (+47,000)
October 13 - 169,000 (-15,000)
October 20 - 147,000 (-22,000)
October 27 - 191,000 (+44,000)
November 3 - 197,000 (+6,000)
Quite a fluctuation here; Impact fell off a cliff in mid September, leading to them not appearing on Challenge's top ten for what I think would be the first time since they moved onto the station earlier in 2011. The viewership did recover, before dropping off before Bound For Glory, although the post-BFG stuff with Roode and Storm looks to have helped the show back to some good ratings.
On the WWE front, two pay-per-views aired on "free" TV on Sky Sports.
Night of Champions: airing live, drew 156,000 viewers, with a replay the following night drawing 98,000.
Vengeance got 130,000 live, with 43,000 the following evening on the replay.
Raw's ratings (all for the live airing)
September 12 - 145,000 (-1,000 viewers on the prior week)
September 19 - 159,000 (+14,000)
September 26 - 150,000 (-9,000)
October 3 - 112,000 (-38,000)
October 10 - 148,000 (+36,000)
October 17 - 130,000 (-18,000)
October 24 - 131,000 (+1,000)
October 31 - 116,000 (-15,000)
SmackDown (all for the first airing on Friday night)
September 16 - 142,000
September 23 - 195,000 (+53,000)
September 30 - 136,000 (-59,000)
October 7 - 75,000 (-61,000)
October 14 - 102,000 (+27,000)
October 21 - 93,000 (-9,000)
October 28 - 114,000 (+21,000)
November 4 - 124,000 (+10,000)
A few stories here - Raw staying on the same channel at the same time every week leads to a fair amount of consistency, with the ratings changes most likely a result of viewers' feelings from the prior week. SmackDown largely stays on the same channel/same time (Sky Sports 3 at 10pm) - a change of channel has more effect than a delayed start, most likely due to people using series-link features getting caught out.
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