AEW brought a show to TNT this week for Dynamite that focused on next week’s AEW Grand Slam event in Queens, New York. They booked a few big games for the show, and most of AEW’s top stars received attention. How did the hearing turn out?
AEW Dynamite beats WWE RAW in ratings
According to Wrestlenomics, the overnight audience for the September 15 issue of AEW Dynamite drew an average of 1,175,000 viewers. 574,000 viewers were in the 18-49 demographic, giving Dynamite a .44 rating this week. That put AEW Dynamite ahead of the WWE Raw rankings for the second week in a row. Raw had a rating of .43,
The September 8 episode of the company’s AEW Dynamite drew an average of 1.3 million viewers overnight. They also scored a .53 in the 18-49 age group.
The September 1 episode of AEW Dynamite generated an average of 1,047,000 overnight. 486,000 of those viewers were in the 18-49 demographic to give them a .38 rating.
The August 25 episode of AEW Dynamite drew a nightly average of 1,172,000 viewers. 620,000 of those viewers were in the 18-49 demographic, giving them a .48 rating.
The August 18 episode of AEW Dynamite drew 975,000 viewers. They also scored .35 in the coveted 18-49-year-old demographic.
The August 11 episode of AEW Dynamite drew 979,000 viewers this week with its overnight average. 454k of those viewers were in the 18-49 demographic, giving them a .35 rating.
The August 4 episode of AEW Dynamite was their Homecoming special. That episode was watched by 1,102,000 viewers on average. 593,000 of those viewers were between the ages of 18 and 49, which brought a rating of 0.46.
The July 28 episode of AEW drew 1,108,000 overnight viewers for Fight For The Fallen. They earned a .45 rating in the coveted 18-49-year-old demographic. That included 582,000 viewers in the target demographic.