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NXT Viewership Sees a Slight Gain Against NBA Play-In’s

WWE NXT saw a slight viewership gain this week against stiff competition from the NBA play-in tournament. NXT on USA drew 700,000 viewers a slight up uptick from last week according to ShowBuzz Daily. The NBA drew a massive 2.5 million from the same general audience.

NXT’s numbers have torpedoed since moving from Wednesday night to Tuesday night. The April 13 episode, the first on a Tuesday, drew 805,000 and there has been a drop since. The key demographic numbers have fallen as well from a peak of .22 to .15 in the 18-49 demo.

AEW Dynamite Viewership Drops

AEW Dynamite saw a decline in viewers and ratings just one week after winning the night. The follow up to Blood and Guts drew 954,000 viewers and a .42 in the 18-49 demographic.

AEW loaded Dynamite with three title matches and began their set up for Double or Nothing. Many thought Dynamite was a better show compared to Blood and Guts.

It will be interesting to see how Dynamite does with viewers over the next month as they get shuffled around to different time slots due to the NBA Playoffs.

Viewership & Ratings via ShowBuzz Daily

Raw Viewership Climbs

Here’s some good news on the viewership front for WWE, viewers for this week’s edition of Monday Night Raw saw about a 200,000 viewer increase at it’s peak. Viewers climbed to 1.97 million from 1.74 million the week before. Raw was the number one show for viewers in the ever important 18-49 year old demographic peaking at a .57 demographic rating.

WWE looks to keep the momentum going next week with the go home edition of Raw leading into WrestleMania: Backlash and the possible appearance of the great Eva Marie.

SmackDown Viewership Holds Steady against NFL Draft

Like Raw, NXT, and Dynamite, SmackDown lost viewers but it was only slightly and it was against stiff competition from the NFL Draft. Average viewers for the show came in around 1.9 million in the overnights and held steady in the key 18-34 and 18-49 demographics. The number will probably turn out to be flat when the viewership is adjusted later this week.

SmackDown viewership has held relatively steady for the past six-to-nine months usually falling in the 1.9 to 2.1 million range. This trend is interesting considering that every other major wrestling show has wild swings up and down. This is something that might be worth further discussion.

Ratings: ShowBuzz Daily

AEW’s Viewership Plunges

AEW’s streak of bringing in over one million viewers has come to a screeching halt. AEW Dynamite claimed 889,000 viewers for Wednesday night’s episode. That number is drastically down for the 1.1 million viewers just a week ago.

President Joe Biden’s speech dominated the TV viewership netting seven of the top ten slots. Still this is a second straight week Dynamite has declined.

AEW is banking on huge numbers for next week’s Blood and Guts episode.