– Last Thursday’s Thanksgiving edition of WWE SmackDown drew 1.652 million viewers, down 26% from the previous week’s 2.229 million viewers. A low number was expected for the holiday, but this is the lowest audience for the show since moving to Syfy in 2010. SmackDown was still #1 on cable for the night.

– Monday’s RAW ranked #3 among non-sporting events for the night in Nielsen’s Twitter TV ratings, behind Love & Hip-Hop and The Voice. RAW had a unique audience of 1.077 million, which represents the number of Twitter accounts that commented on the show. This is down from last week’s 1.277 million. RAW had total impressions of 7.593 million, which represents the number of times tweets about the show were seen. This was up from last week’s 7.307 million impressions.

– It’s worth noting that WWE is at least trying to find out why fans aren’t tuning into RAW. They issued a Fan Council survey this week that asked when they watch the show, what segments they change the channel during and other viewing habits. One fan called it the most comprehensive survey WWE has issued to Fan Council members.