Television ratings for WWE and TNA programming from October 12 to October 17.

Total Divas: The 10/12 double episode shows drew an average of 922,000 viewers. The first episode at 9:00 p.m. drew 882,000 viewers and the second episode at 10:00 p.m. drew 975,000 viewers. The average is down from last week’s show that drew 1.06 million viewers.

WWE RAW: The 10/13 show drew a 2.73 cable rating with 3.75 million viewers, up from the 2.63 rating the week prior. Viewers were still down from 3.80 million. It ended up as the second lowest amount of viewers for RAW all year. The show came in at No. 11, No. 12 and No. 14 among the top 25 shows on cable that week. The show also tied with Love & Hip Hop Hollywood as the highest rated non-football program for the night on Monday drawing a 1.3 rating among adults 18-49.

TNA Impact Wrestling: The 10/15 show drew a 0.77 cable rating with 982,000 viewers, down from the 0.85 cable rating with 1.10 million viewers last week. This was the first year to break the streak of Impact drawing a strong audience coming off Bound for Glory. Demographics took a hit drawing a 0.43 among males 18-34 and 0.57 among males 35-49. The biggest competition the show went up against was the National League playoffs (5.09 million viewers).

WWE Smackdown: The 10/17 15th anniversary show drew a 1.96 cable rating with 2.69 million viewers, down from the 2.02 cable rating with 2.75 million viewers the week prior. It ended up at No. 2 for the night on cable and drew a 0.8 among adults 18-49.

Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter,