The RAW Ratings are in for May 6, 2019.
This week’s edition from Cincinnati, Ohio, drew an average of 2.244 million viewers on Monday night according to a report by Showbuzzdaily.com.
This is slightly up from last week’s show that averaged 2.158 million viewers.
WWE came in at No. 4, No. 6, and No. 7 for the night on cable in the 18-49 demographics.
The first hour drew the strongest audience (2.468 million viewers).
The third hour, which featured two WrestleMania rematches (one of which was a WWE Championship match), had 2.024 million viewers watching, the second lowest non-holiday viewership in the modern era. The lowest was set last week with 1.898 million viewers watching the third hour.
It should be noted that the third hour of RAW went head-to-head with the NBA Playoffs, featuring the Golden State Warriors Playoff Game, which drew 6.881 million viewers with a 2.55 rating among adults 18-49.
Hourly Breakdowns and Demographics for WWE RAW
Hour 1: 2.468 (up from 2.336 million viewers last week)
Hour 2: 2.240 (down from 2.241 million viewers last week)
Hour 3: 2.024 (up from 1.898 million viewers last week)
This week’s RAW, headlined by a WWE Championship match with Kofi Kingston taking on Daniel Bryan, averaged a 0.72 rating among adults 18-49. This is the same rating as last week.