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WWE Television Ratings

Discussion in 'WWE News & Rumors' started by Troy, Jun 16, 2010.

  1. SAIYANS

    SAIYANS Well-Known Member

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    Pwpix and wrestlezone had hours not quarters. I haven't posted quarters in here in months I believe


    Last night’s episode of WWE Raw on USA Network scored a 2.75 ratings on Monday night. The numbers were down 8% from last week’s season-high 2.98 rating, primarily due to the strongest Monday Night Football, which averaged 16.1 million viewers.


    Raw averaged 3.887 million viewers, down 6% from last week’s 4.155 million viewers for the post-Hell in a Cell episode.


    In hourly breakdown, Raw kicked off with 4.069 million viewers in the first hour, decline to 3.951 million viewers in the second hour. Viewers declined again in the third and final hour 3.643 million viewers.


    It was the third consecutive week that Raw’s audience fell from the first hour to the second hour to the third hour.


    On cable TV Monday, Raw ranked #2 in overall viewers behind football game.
     
  2. AZUCAR!

    AZUCAR! Best In The World

    Total Divas rating:

    It's up by nearly .4 from the mid-season finale. Next week it won't have Keeping up with the Kardashians as a lead in either like it's had for most of the season, so it'll be interesting to see how it fares on it's own.
     
  3. SAIYANS

    SAIYANS Well-Known Member

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    - Friday's episode of WWE SmackDown scored a 2.08 cable rating, up almost 10% from the previous week's 1.90 rating. SmackDown averaged 2.946 million viewers on Friday night, also up from the previous. This was the highest-rated and most-viewed SmackDown since March 22nd.

    Almost 3 million viewers without the nba game on espn
     
  4. Dale

    Dale Is Best For Business

    emma
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    Would say the rating is solid enough for a taped show especially in comparison to last weeks.
     
  5. SAIYANS

    SAIYANS Well-Known Member

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    That's damn good for a replay
     
  6. SAIYANS

    SAIYANS Well-Known Member

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    Dear smart asses @PHX @Dale @Chris since you all asked
    :cena::wight::ro::KANE::hhh2: Them legitimate non vanilla midgets.
    * Now see you made me go there, but nice happy meal gains by that mini power trip :p
     
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  7. Chris

    Chris It's me, it's me

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    I thought Dale was the only one that asked.
     
  8. PHX

    PHX Well-Known Member

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    He was PSYCH is just being PSYCH lol. I already knew what it was anyways and a more accurate one at that I just don't care about ratings like that but here it is anyways.

     
  9. SAIYANS

    SAIYANS Well-Known Member

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    Those are male 18-49 demo on the torch. Ignores females, kids, and teens all together
     
  10. Deezy

    Deezy Well-Known Member

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    Torch excludes those demographics so they can adjust the numbers to favour people they like and not make Vince McMahon and his EVIL company look like they know what they're doing.
     
  11. SAIYANS

    SAIYANS Well-Known Member

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    This is true, as Forbes has said 6 million females watch their raw and sd programs per week alone (not even counting Total divas) on average. That's a big fucking chunk to ignore, not to mention teens like we all were in the attitude era or the kids Cena gets bashed for catering to, so not accurate [MENTION=483]PHX[/MENTION], just skewed :p
     
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  12. PHX

    PHX Well-Known Member

    cmpunk5
    I say more accurate because torch separates each match and segment doing minute by minute breakdowns while observer always groups stuff together that doesn't have anything to do with the other because it just covers the quarter and everything that happened in it.
     
  13. Deezy

    Deezy Well-Known Member

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    Kind of shows you just how more biased Alvarez is compared to Meltzer. They say numbers never lie, but you can skew them to make the point you want.
     
  14. SAIYANS

    SAIYANS Well-Known Member

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    That's stats 101.

    And yeah Mak I get your point, just saying that he slants things because he doesn't want to point out kids, teens, moms, etc all who are a huge portion of this audience and paying customers/viewers. He should include that too but doesn't
     
  15. PHX

    PHX Well-Known Member

    cmpunk5
    I get that point as well though the reason that demo gets posted by torch is cause that is the largest chunk audience when it comes to WWE's programming but yeah both are skewed for the reasons given which is part of the reason why I hardly take ratings all that serious.
     

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