WWE’s “Snow Day” edition of “RAW” drew the program’s largest audience since July, 2014. As previously reported, the Jan. 26 edition of “Monday Night Raw” was a modified version which featured matches from the “Royal Rumble” PPV and in-studio interviews due to severe weather in the Northeast of the United States.
According to TVbytheNumbers, the episode drew 4.420 million viewers, which means the program viewership was up eight percent from the viewership for the “Royal Rumble” go-home show on Jan. 19, which was 4.100 million. This means the Jan. 26 edition of the flagship show was the most watched episode since July, 2014.
The first hour of “RAW” drew 4.468 million viewers, followed by 4.657 million viewers in the second hour, which featured the 28th annual Royal Rumble Match which had originally been broadcasted the night before. The third and the final hour drew 4.135 million viewers.
Wow. Just wow. Just goes to show that people will watch stuff that’s not meaningless…like the majority of “RAWs” since July.