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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote Kondor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20/March/2014 at 07:19
So the overrun is always counted as part of "hour three", correct? 


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote thundarr2000 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20/March/2014 at 16:50
Yes. The overrun is lumped into "hour 3" for the hourly breakdown.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote thundarr2000 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19/June/2014 at 01:14
Quote Monday’s episode of WWE RAW, with a John Cena vs. Kane Stretcher Match and a battle royal, averaged 4.126 million viewers. This is up from last week’s 4.119 million viewers.

This week’s show drew 3.93 million viewers in the first hour, 4.20 million viewers in the second hour and 4.25 million viewers in the third hour.

RAW was #3 for the night on cable, behind World Cup soccer and VH1′s Love & Hip-Hop.

Okay. That report is off. I'm guessing that they looked at the ratings write-up on TV By the Numbers and only looked at the order of programs listed without looking at the actual number of viewers. Love & Hip-Hop was really close... but that was only against the first hour of Raw. And Raw had the larger number of total viewers, VH1 only won in the 18-49 demographic.

Despite the common perception of American and soccer... TV ratings for the sport have been steadily improve over the last several years. This World Cup has brought ESPN new record numbers for the sport. Monday's game actually had more viewers than Friday night's Stanley Cup game.



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Steven Nyte Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28/January/2015 at 07:55
Quote Monday’s episode of WWE RAW, a “snowed in” special from WWE TV studios in Stamford, drew 4.420 million viewers, up from last week’s 4.100 million viewers.

For this week’s show, the first hour drew 4.468 million viewers, the second hour drew 4.657 million viewers and the final hour drew 4.135 million viewers.


That´s actually mildly funny to me. (Source is allwrestlingnews.com by the way)

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Rico Len Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28/January/2015 at 14:57
I know if I were not the type to watch the ppvs, which i basically never did back in the day, that this raw would have appealed to me a great deal. It makes a certain amount of sense., because I know there are still a great amount of people that just watch the free programming and not the ppvs.

Not only that, but I used to save my internet browsing for wrestling related info until after raw because I wanted to wait to find out about the ppv results on raw. These numbers reflect that perhaps I was not alone in that behavior. After the rumble match was over the numbers dropped off a lot. Despite the fact that the 'new' content was shone during hour 3 for the most part.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote admin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01/April/2015 at 11:42
Quote The 3/30 post-Wrestlemania edition of Raw did a massive 5,364,000 for last night’s raw, up over a million viewers from last week’s 4,188,000. Obviously that is a great number and the show deserved it, it was that good.

Raw opened with 5,227,000 viewers in hour one, did 5,597,000 in hour two and 5,267,000 in hour three. It is the largest number WWE has done since the first three hour Raw on July 23, 2012.



Fantastic rating but not going to be sustainable because people were always going to tune in for......

1) The marky crowd.

2) Brock Lesnar's reaction to losing the title. If people tuned in for that reason they won't have been disapointed.

3) Rollins as the new champion.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Rico Len Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01/April/2015 at 15:32
They tune in for the post wrestlemania raw because this is the raw that sets the tone for the whole year. If this one is interesting may e there is a point in coming back to watching Raw again regularly. If Lesnar had been booked for another match next week, Cena had entered into an interesting feud with someone, or at least if someone had from nxt had come down to accept Kurt Angle's John Cena's open challenge, and had nearly taken him out. If Sheamus had flat out said on the mic "Next month I am taking that IC title of your in 18 seconds or less just like I did your world title." Then maybe people would have been interested enough to tune in again next week, but I think it would have needed something even more out of the realm of what wwe is even capable of delivering to bring in more viewers, like Rousey showing up again on Raw and cutting a promo on all the divas as well as Stephanie to the effect of hey look she's in a wwe ring again, so she owns this ring and she'd like to see anyone, ANYONE try to make her get out.

Point being they just don't have what it takes to keep ratings up, but the first raw always does good ratings because people want to see something big happen so they have a reason to start watching (again). Plus Rousey was a huge attention grabber this year, absolutely huge, so I wouldn't doubt casual fans were tuning in to see if she'd be on tonight too.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Fletch Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01/April/2015 at 16:05
Granted post-Wrestlemania is always a draw but that's good news for WWE that Mania was such a good show so many wanted to see the fallout on Raw, it's also a credit to Brock Lesnar who's box office appeal seems to be at a all time high, honourable mention to Rollins as well. Will be interesting to see how ratings hold up with Brock back home and Orton sliding in to the top face spot.
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it was actually the first Raw I watched passed the opening segment in nearly a month, and yes, it was to see what would happen between Rollins and Lesnar.
 
honestly, nothing else that happened at Mania had any bearing on my watching. I knew Taker would not be there, and I doubted we'd see Wyatt, I didn't care about the Divas division, where everyone has seemingly forgotten there's an actual title to fight for, it was a given that the IC title would be involved, only surprise was Sheamus showing up like a Mad Max reject, Cena would deliver some tired old promo, but Ambrose coming out was a nice shake up to the routine, and Orton would desperately try to seem relevant.
 
Brock and Rollins made the show, and it's no real surprise that the final hour dropped over 300,000 once people realised Lesnar was done for the night, and we were going to see Rollins have to face Orton again.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote admin Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30/September/2015 at 14:51
Quote As noted, Monday night’s WWE RAW drew 3.330 million viewers, down from last week’s 3.349 million viewers and a new non-holiday low. The final rating for Monday night’s RAW was a 2.33, down from last week’s 2.47 and a new record low going back to the 1990’s.


The bad rating is absolutely no surprise, but the lowest ever isn't something Vince is going to be impressed with.

Kane shit, two overated guys main eventing, Diva squables continuing after only a few months of being a team etc, it's no wonder people aren't impressed.

Rollins needs to be accountable too as it's upto the champion more than anyone to make people want to tune in and watch.

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