Monday's WWE RAW, featuring the fallout from WWE Clash of Champions plus Enzo Amore and Big Cass vs. Chris Jericho and WWE Universal Champion Kevin Owens in the main event, drew 2.478 million viewers. This is down 7.7% from last week's 2.684 million viewers and the lowest audience for the show in its history.
The show started off with their most watched hour since football started earlier this month, drawing 2.850 million viewers. However, the second hour dropped 17% to 2.381 million viewers once the debate started. The audience continued to fall, drawing 2.203 million viewers for the third hour.
RAW was #15 on cable for the night in viewership, behind the NFL's Monday Night Football, the US Presidential debate with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, and the various programs that covered the debate. RAW was #11 in the 18-49 demographic.
Just on cable last night, the debate drew almost 30 million viewers. The NFL drew 8 million viewers.
Source: ShowBuzz Daily