WWE Monday Night RAW Viewership Up From Last Week's Year-Low Number (Updated With Rating)

Last night's episode of WWE RAW averaged 4.05 million viewers, according to TV By The Numbers. PWTorch reports that the final rating for the show was a 2.92 rating.

Viewers were up around 3% from last week's episode, which scored a 2.9 rating and averaged 3.917 million viewers. Last week's show was the lowest rated and least watched episode of the year. The show from two weeks ago averaged 4.285 million viewers.

The show drew 3.79 million viewers in the first hour and rose to 4.10 million viewers in the second. Viewers rose again in the final hour, which drew 4.25 million viewers. It is the second straight week where viewers increased from the second hour to the third.

PWTorch noted that the episode was the second lowest rated of the year, but added viewers as the Bulls-Heat NBA Playoffs game became less competitive. You can get more demographics data for the rating at PWTorch.com by clicking here.

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