The numbers were down slightly from last week's episode, which scored a 3.04 rating and averaged 4.1 million viewers.
The show drew 3.922 million viewers in the first hour and rose to 4.162 million viewers in the second. Viewers dropped 5.5% from the second hour to 3.933 million viewers in the third and final hour.
PWTorch noted that while viewership fell in the third Daniel Bryan-heavy hour, it did well with young males, and that the male teen rating was the highest in five weeks. You can get more demographics data for the rating at PWTorch by clicking here.
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