This week's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw brought in a cable television rating of 2.93, an expected post-Survivor Series bump from last week's go-home rating of a 2.73. The show broke 4 million viewers, up to 4.135 million from last week's 3.802 million. However, despite the good news, Raw lost a ton of viewers throughout the night, starting off incredibly strong with over 4.3 million people tuning in. That number dropped to less than 3.8 million viewers by the end of the night.
This year's post-Survivor Series numbers are actually up from the November 26th episode of Raw in 2012, which saw a rare post-PPV ratings drop that lasted several weeks.