Breakdown of WWE and TNA television ratings (10/26-10/31)

Television ratings for WWE and TNA programming from October 26 to October 31.

Total Divas: The mid-season finale on 10/26 drew 1.13 million viewers, up 37% from the prior week. The show returns in January with new cast members Paige and Alicia Fox.

WWE RAW: The 10/27 show drew a 2.71 cable rating with 3.75 million viewers. The overall rating saw a drop from the previous week, but viewers were up from 3.69 million viewers. The show went up against Monday Night Football that drew 18.80 million viewers. The show ranked among the top 25 shows on cable that week coming in at No. 16, No. 17 and No. 20.

TNA Impact Wrestling: The 10/29 show drew a 0.75 cable rating with 911,000 viewers. It went up against some heavy sports competition including the World Series (23.52 million viewers – the second most watched baseball game in the last 10 years) and NBA (1.69 million viewers). In demographics the show drew a 0.44 among males 18-34 and 0.44 among males 35-49.

WWE Smackdown: The 10/31 “Halloween” edition drew a 1.64 cable rating with 2.21 million viewers. It was another low for viewers in 2014, but expected given that it fell on Halloween night. It ended up at No. 4 for the night on cable. The biggest competition was NBA (3.88 million viewers).

Source:, The Wrestling Observer Newsletter