WWE Raw Ratings: Lowest viewed Raw in history of the program, demographics down

WWE Raw Ratings

The Raw Ratings are in for May 4, 2020.

This week’s edition, which took place in the WWE Performance Center, drew an average of 1.686 million viewers on Monday night according to a report by Showbuzzdaily.com.

This is down from last week’s show that averaged 1.817 million viewers.

This is the new lowest viewership total for any episode, including holidays, in the show’s history. The previous low was established last week.

WWE came in at No. 3, No. 4, and No. 6 for the night on cable in the 18-49 demographics, which is down from the No. 3 spot they placed last week.

The first hour drew the strongest audience (1.807 million viewers).

The third hour saw a 14% drop from the first hour. The 1.560 million viewer average for the third hour was the lowest viewed hour in modern history, beating 1.619 million established last week.

Since the move to empty arenas due to the COVID-19 pandemic, WWE Raw has averaged 1.953 million viewers.

Hourly Breakdowns and Demographics for WWE Raw

Hour 1: 1.807 (down from 1.945 million viewers last week)

Hour 2: 1.691 (down from 1.888 million viewers last week)

Hour 3: 1.560 (down from 1.619 million viewers last week)

This week’s Raw, featuring Drew McIntyre vs. Murphy, averaged a 0.46 rating among adults 18-49. This is down from the 0.51 rating they had last week.