And up the stretch they come. This year has seen some severe issues with the ratings and audience for “Monday Night Raw”. Fans just haven’t been all that interested in what the company has been offering and it’s been hindered even more by “Monday Night Football”. There was a pay per view earlier this week and that usually raises ratings. So how did it do?
According to 411mania.com, this week’s episode of “Monday Night Raw” drew a 1.03 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 2.953 million viewers. These numbers are up 14% from last week’s .91 rating and up 10% from last week’s 2.668 million viewers. The show featured the beginning of the build towards “Survivor Series 2017”.
Miss the show? Here are some highlights:
Top 10 Raw moments: WWE Top 10, October 23, 2017
Opinion: The numbers are going up at the right time and the fact that they did this against two popular NFL teams is an even better sign. The build to “Survivor Series 2017” is an important period and if WWE can do things right, they can have a lot of momentum as we get towards the new year and the Road to Wrestlemania.
What did you think of this week’s show? How excited are you for the pay per view? Let us know in the comments below.