The SmackDown Ratings are in for October 30, 2020.
This week’s Hell in the Cell fallout edition, which took place at the WWE ThunderDome in Orlando and returned back to airing on FOX drew an average of average of 2.133 million viewers on Friday night according to a Fast Nationals report by showbuzzdaily.com.
This is way up from last week’s show that drew an average of 881,000 viewers, as SmackDown aired on FS1 for one night only due to the World Series airing on FOX.
Last night’s SmackDown saw a 140 percent from last week’s FS1 ratings and a 20 percent increase from the Season Premiere episode that aired two week’s ago which saw a total of 1.987 million viewers.
If last night’s number holds up, this week’s Friday Night SmackDown would be the highest number on FOX since the September 11, 2020 episode, which drew total of 2.261 million viewers, with a 7.3 percent increase.
The final ratings for WWE Friday Night SmackDown are scheduled to be released this coming Monday. We will provide an update if there is a significant change to Friday’s preliminary ratings.
Hourly Breakdowns and Demographics for WWE SmackDown
Hour 1: 2.115
Hour 2: 2.151
This week’s SmackDown, which was the fallout from Hell in a Cell and featured a segment with Roman Reigns and Jey Uso, averaged a 0.60 rating among adults 18-49. This is way up from last week’s 0.25 rating on FS1.