WWE RAW Ratings: Viewers down on October 1, Another record low for overall viewers

WWE RAW Ratings

WWE RAW Ratings are in for October 1, 2018.

This week’s episode from Seattle drew an average audience of 2.30 million viewers on Monday night on the USA Network according to a report by Showbuzzdaily.com.

This is down from last week’s show that averaged 2.35 million viewers. WWE came in at No. 6, No. 7 and No. 8 for the night on cable last night. As usual, the first hour of the show drew the strongest audience of the night (2.500).

Last week’s RAW ended up drawing one of the lowest audiences for the modern era, seeing a 10% drop overall from the prior week. This would mark the second week in a row the show has performed poorly, although still remaining in the Cable Top 10.

To put it in perspective, the final hour of the show (which drew 2.081 million viewers) was one of the least-watched hours of the show in over 20 years.

Monday Night Football on ESPN won the night on cable (13.214 million viewers).

Hourly breakdowns of the WWE RAW Ratings

Hour 1: 2.500 (up from 2.493 million viewers last week)

Hour 2: 2.325 (up from 2.275 million viewers)

Hour 3: 2.081 (down from 2.281 million viewers)

RAW, headlined by a segment involving Shawn Michaels/Triple H/The Undertaker/Kane, averaged a 0.76 rating among adults 18-49. This is down from last week’s 0.82.