WWE RAW Viewership Drops To New Low For 2017

Monday's WWE RAW, featuring Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins vs. Samoa Joe and Bray Wyatt in the main event, drew 2.615 million viewers. This is down 5% from last week's 2.751 million viewers. This is a new low for 2017 and the worst number since the Halloween episode last October.

This marks the fourth straight week that RAW has averaged below 3 million viewers.

For this week's show, the first hour drew 2.661 million viewers, the second hour drew 2.759 million viewers and the final hour drew 2.425 million viewers.

RAW was #5 on cable for the night in viewership, behind the NBA Playoffs, Shepard Smith, Tucker Carlson and Hannity. RAW was also #5 in the 18-49 demographic, behind the NBA Playoffs, Love & Hip-Hop, Street Outlaws and Basketball Wives.

Below is our 2017 RAW Viewership Tracker:

January 2nd Episode: 3.046 million viewers
January 9th Episode: 2.907 million viewers
January 16th Episode: 3.271 million viewers
January 23rd Episode: 3.292 million viewers
January 30th Episode: 3.615 million viewers
February 6th Episode: 3.115 million viewers
February 13th Episode: 3.087 million viewers
February 20th Episode: 3.216 million viewers
February 27th Episode: 3.093 million viewers
March 6th Episode: 3.216 million viewers
March 13th Episode: 3.232 million viewers
March 20th Episode: 3.048 million viewers
March 27th Episode: 3.292 million viewers
April 3rd Episode: 3.767 million viewers
April 10th Episode: 3.429 million viewers
April 17th Episode: 3.346 million viewers
April 24th Episode: 3.007 million viewers
May 1st Episode: 2.87 million viewers
May 8th Episode: 2.696 million viewers
May 15th Episode: 2.751 million viewer
May 22nd Episode: 2.615 million viewers
May 29th Episode: