WWE RAW Ratings: Viewers down on December 10, Record lows continue for WWE

WWE RAW Ratings

RAW Ratings for December 10, 2018 are in and it was more bad news for WWE.

This week’s episode from San Diego drew an average audience of 2.19 million viewers on Monday night according to a report by Showbuzzdaily.com.

This is a drop from last week’s show which averaged 2.29 million viewers. WWE came in at No. 5, No. 6 and No. 7 for the night on cable.

While the show still stayed among the Top 10 shows on cable for Monday in the 18-49 demographics, the third hour dipped to a new record low of 2.048 million viewers. The second hour was also a new record low for the show, dipping to 2.186 million viewers.

The overall audience was down four percent from last week, which is quite telling as last week had been a new record low for the modern-era of RAW. As usual, Monday Night Football on ESPN won the night on cable with 11.389 million viewers.

Hourly Breakdowns and Demographics for WWE RAW

Hour 1: 2.347 (up from 2.262 million viewers last week)

Hour 2: 2.186 (down from 2.399 million viewers)

Hour 3: 2.048 (down from 2.196 million viewers)

This week’s RAW, headlined by Seth Rollins vs. Baron Corbin for the Intercontinental Championship in a TLC match, averaged 0.76 rating among adults 18-49. This is a drop from last week’s show that averaged a 0.81 rating.

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