Source: PWTorchThis week's three-hour Slammy Awards edition of WWE Monday Night RAW drew a 2.84 (2.8) cable rating for the whole three hours. The normal two hours from 9-11EST drew a 2.98 (3.0) cable rating. The show averaged 4.11 million viewers for all three hours, which was down 600,000 viewers compared to the three-hour RAW on November 14. That show featured The Rock.
The first hour of RAW averaged 3.67 million viewers while the standard first hour averaged 4.49 million viewers. The final hour averaged 4.16 million viewers, one of the lowest 10:00 p.m. EST averages of the year. That means viewers continued to tune out in droves throughout the show.
The NFL game drew a below-average rating so that wasn't a factor in the ratings drop.
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