Source: ShowBuzz Daily

Last night's WWE SmackDown, the special 900th episode and the final show before Survivor Series with The Undertaker and WWE Hall of Famer Edge, drew 2.725 million viewers. This is up 42% from last week's taped show on Election Night, which drew 1.921 million viewers, and was a new low since going live on Tuesdays in July. This is also up from the last standard week, which drew 2.187 million viewers.

SmackDown was #7 for the night in viewership, behind The O'Reilly Factor, Hannity, Tucker Carlson Tonight, The Kelly File, Special Report and The Five, and #2 in the 18-49 demographic, behind the CFP Rankings show on ESPN.

In comparison, Monday's RAW averaged 2.876 million viewers, up 3.9% from last week's 2.767 million viewers for a show with Brock Lesnar and Bill Goldberg. It beat this week's SmackDown by 5.5%.

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