The GFW Impact ratings for July 13, 2017 are in.

Last night’s episode on Pop TV, the first show since Slammiversary, drew 374,000 viewers overall on Thursday night according to a report by Showbuzzdaily.com.

This is up from last week’s show that drew 345,000 viewers. That figure was the highest rating the show had received in 2017 to date on Pop TV. Impact came in No. 99 for the night on cable in the Top 150, up from No. 107 last week.

GFW Impact Ratings

Impact, headlined by Alberto El Patron and Lashley vs. LAX, averaged a 0.10 rating among adults 18-49. This is up from last week’s show that drew a 0.07 rating.

  • Sulieman Ellari

    good news , hope they keep it up

  • delos56

    Wonder…. if that is tied into the excellent self advertising done by their champ. Time will tell.

  • Richard Sheaffer

    Hey I think somebody can eat their words? Said Impact would never see the top 100 again? Well I’ll be darned. Guess they did it.

  • Cameron Huff

    Me too.

  • stinkelbaum

    if it was a hispanic audience that will drop off soon

  • Al79

    I don’t know who said they wouldn’t be in the top 100 again, but I did say they wouldn’t ever eclipse 500,000 viewers unless they go back on Spike.

  • TheCyberZon

    I’m the one who said it and yes I’m as surprised as anyone. Probably because El Patron’s current legal troubles attracted a few additional trainwreck viewers. It’ll be back down soon enough though.

  • TheCyberZon

    I’m the one who said it and yes I’m as surprised as anyone. But I’d bet it’s probably because El Patron’s current legal troubles kept last weeks viewers tuning back in plus attracted a few additional trainwreck viewers. Outside drama between El Patron & Paige still doesn’t make for a better product though. It’ll be back down soon enough.

  • OC O

    Is there a reason why Impact Wrestling hasn’t gotten over a million viewers yet?

  • Colby

    Many, but the big one is the network they are on. They used to have over a million viewers weekly while they were on Spike but Pop isn’t that network!