WWE RAW Results

WWE RAW Viewership And Demo Rating Sees A Small Drop On November 29

WWE RAW viewership didn’t maintain their momentum from last week’s Survivor Series bump, as this week saw a slight decrease for the November 29 episode.

Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics reports that 1.678 million viewers watched the show on Monday, which is down from the 1.698 million viewers who tuned in last week.

In the 18 to 49 demographic, the show scored a 0.45 rating (593,000 viewers), which is up from the 0.49 rating (644,000 viewers) on November 22.

This week’s show saw the return of The Miz, Maryse, and The Rated-R Superstar Edge. The show was heavily focused on wrestling this week, opening with Seth Rollins taking on Finn Balor, a lengthy 10-woman tag team match featuring Liv Morgan and RAW Women’s Champion Becky Lynch in the middle, and closed out with a non-title match between Kevin Owens and WWE Champion Big E, which saw KO get added to the main event of WWE Day 1 thanks to the interference from Seth Rollins.

Per Showbuzz Daily, the second hour once again led the way with its demographic rating, and it also featured the show’s highest overall viewership for the evening:

Hour-By-Hour Breakdown

Year-To-Date Breakdown

  • 2021 High: January 4 — 2.128 million
  • 2021 Low: May 31 — 1.418 million
  • This Week: November 29 — 1.678 million

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