|By Daniel Pena | November 28, 2012 | Comments|
The first hour of Monday's show garnered 4,147,000 viewers, with hour two slightly dropping 4,126,000. The third hour, however, suffered its sharpest decline since the program was lengthened to three hours in July, dropping to 3,488,000 viewers. It marked as the fifteenth consecutive week and eighteenth week out of nineteen weeks where viewership dropped off during the third hour.
- WWE has relaunched its WWEDivas.com domain. WWE states, "Kelly, Trish, Lita, Stacy, Kaitlyn? They're all right here on WWE.com's all-new Divas page, featuring stunning galleries of Divas both past and present. It's the go-to destination for the women of WWE, and it's growing every day. So come on in and don't be shy. We promise you won't be disappointed."
- Vickie Guerrero is the latest WWE star to be hacked on Twitter. She wrote Wednesday, "Hey guys....been away from account...I GOT HACKED!! Im glad to be back online."
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