WWE RAW Draws Near-Record Low Audience For Hell In A Cell Fallout, Goldberg's Return

Monday's WWE RAW, featuring Bill Goldberg in the opening segment, fallout from Hell In a Cell and Chris Jericho vs. WWE United States Champion Roman Reigns in the main event, drew 2.60 million viewers. This is down 8% from last week's 2.819 million viewers, however the show aired on Halloween, which is traditionally a bad night for RAW viewership. Still, it was the second lowest audience for the show - including holidays - since the 90s.

For this week's show, the first hour drew 2.747 million viewers, the second hour drew 2.617 million viewers and the final hour drew 2.436 million viewers, which was an 11% drop from the first hour.

RAW was #8 on cable for the night in viewership, behind the NFL's Monday Night Football, SportsCenter, The O'Reilly Factor, The Kelly File, On The Record, Hannity, Special Report and The Five. RAW was #3 in the 18-49 demographic, behind the NFL and SportsCenter.

The NFL drew 10.4 million viewers on cable last night.

Source: ShowBuzz Daily


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