Impact Ratings

The Impact ratings for October 5, 2017 are in.

This week’s episode on Pop TV drew 251,000 viewers overall on Thursday night according to a report by Showbuzzdaily.com.

This is down from last week’s show that drew 264,000 viewers. The show had another rough week as it didn’t rank among the Top 150 shows on cable on Thursday night.

Impact Ratings

Impact, headlined by James Storm and EC3 vs. Fantasma and Texano, averaged a 0.05 rating among adults 18-49. This is down from last week’s 0.06 rating.

10 COMMENTS

  1. I hate to say pack it in, but come on. This fed is just doomed and I don’t think it can really be turned around. I think they should negotiate with WWE/NXT, ROH and NJPW to get the best contracts for their talent and let them all go on to better places that aren’t haunted by the ghost of Double-J. Admittedly, WWE/NXT are kinda overflowing with talent at the moment, but ROH could use a boost of some new/known names after losing some key players to NXT, and NJPW could help some of them reach a new level that could help them on a return to the US later on. I always hoped TNA would make it and I even used to buy the weekly PPVs at the beginning, but something has cursed them and they just can’t get past that hurdle.

  2. That would be the Hogan/Bischoff curse. Dixie worshipped evil spirits and brought doom upon herself & her company.

  3. Russo definitely carries some bad juju with him as well but he was also with TNA during their better times pre-Hogan/Bischoff. Once TNA brought all 3 of those poltergeists on board at the same time, they were doomed.

  4. All you guys praying for the downfall of TNA are idiots. All of you should be praying for their success- who cares is the ratings are low- ratings are overall low for wrestling in general. WWE has not got ratings that they had during the attitude era and that’s when they were going up against string competition like WCW. WWE has no competition on Monday nights and their ratings are way down from the attitude era.
    If you idiots had a brain you would know that competition benefits the fans and the wrestlers. If WWE becomes a monopoly with no viable competitor expect the same ole lame wrestling you get from their cproduct, but worse.

  5. I think some people are missing the point here. No one is “praying for the downfall of TNA.” I honestly feel bad for the talent. Not having guaranteed contracts, being thrown together in odd matchups, and being led by inept management. Sure Vince is ruthless, but I’m sure a lot of the current TNA/Anthem payroll would rather be working in Stamford. But, the sentiments regarding WWE currently are shared. The biggest things on RAW right now are a guy from the “Real World,” and a mildly talented big guy who is just Luke Gallows with a beard.

  6. Yep they all have the same virus, curse, disease, hoodoo, bane, scourge, cancer, blasphemy, pestilence, and go to the same bar as JJ to watch the pole dancer.

  7. Actually, Russo brought TNA their highest ratings. They did well over a million and hit the 2 million mark (twice) while he was head writer.

  8. That’s why I said he was with them during their better times. But having all 3 of those jokers on board at the same time meant nothing good would come of it. It’s also worth mentioning that Dixie sneaking Russo back in the door was the deal breaker that finally made Spike cancel them off their channel.

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