As part of WWE newsthe Monday Night Raw program rose in terms of audience in the face of the celebration of Elimination Chamber.
Raw ratings on the rise before Elimination Chamber
The last episode of Monday Night Raw before Elimination Chamber said everything ready for the last stop on the road to Wrestlemania. And not only that, but it also garnered good audience results. According to Brandon Thurston of the Wrestlenomics portal, the red brand show obtained a total of 1,602 million viewers compared to 1,387 million last week.
In the age group between 18 and 49 years old, the program scored a 0.44 rating compared to 0.36 last week. In more specific data, the rating for the first hour was 0.46. The second hour was 0.47. And finally, the third hour saw a drop to 0.39 e rating.
As usual in recent broadcasts, Monday Night Raw was broadcast through the Syfy channel due to USA Network’s coverage of the Winter Olympics. However, the WWE star program will return to its usual channel starting next week. On the other hand, this rise is preceded by the historical minimum of last week since the premiere of Raw in 1993.
This week’s show featured plenty of highlights leading up to Elimination Chamber. Such as the contract signing between Lita and Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch. A massive segment in which Brock Lesnar besieged the participants of the elimination chamber for the WWE championship. And finally, a sensational match between Randy Orton and Seth Rollins in the central event. In this way, the red mark is redeemed on the way to Wrestlemania.
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Raw experiences an improvement in its ratings – Wrestling Planet