WWE and TNA television ratings for April 27 to May 2, 2014.
Total Divas: The 4/27 show drew 1.14 million viewers, down from the previous week (1.39 million viewers). The show had heavy competition that night going up against Game of Thrones (6.95 million viewers) and the NBA Playoffs (3.78 million viewers).
WWE RAW: The 4/28 show drew a 3.26 cable rating with 4.61 million viewers, up from the prior week which set a new ratings low for 2014 so far. It ended up as the highest rated show on cable that night beating out the NBA Playoffs (3.91 million viewers).
TNA Impact Wrestling: The 5/1 show drew a 0.95 cable rating with 1.13 million viewers, up from previous weeks. The show had heavy sports competition going up against the NBA Playofs (3.84 million viewers) and NHL Playoffs (1.93 million viewers). In demographics the show drew a 0.60 among males 18-34 and 0.44 among males 35-49 (a new low for the show in years).
WWE Smackdown: The 5/2 show drew a 1.67 cable rating with 2.27 million viewers. It ended up as the lowest overall rating for the show all year and since June 2013. The drop sent the show to No. 7 overall for the night on cable. The show had sports competition from the NBA Playoffs (3.28 million viewers) and NHL Playoffs (1.52 million viewers).