Update On RAW DVR Issues + Recent WWE & TNA Ratings
Partial Source: TVByTheNumbers.com
— It’s being reported that Comcast is showing this Monday’s episode of RAW as one three-hour show instead of the three separate hours it was last week. Make sure to check your DVR to confirm before assuming.
— Here are some recent WWE and TNA television ratings from February 4 to February 8, 2013.
WWE Monday Night RAW: The 2/4 show drew a 3.54 cable rating with 4.80 million viewers. It was the third highest rating for the show since moving to three hours last July. In demographics the show drew a 2.7 among males 12-17, 2.7 among males 18-49, 1.1 among girls 12-17 and 1.1 among women 18-49. 67.3% of the audience was male.
WWE Main Event: The 2/6 show drew a 0.9 broadcast rating with 1.4 million viewers.
TNA iMPACT! Wrestling: The 2/7 show drew a 1.03 cable rating with 1.41 million viewers. The show drew a 0.60 among males 18-34 and 0.88 among males 35-49, a big decrease for both demographics.
WWE SmackDown: The 2/8 show drew a 2.16 cable rating with 3.19 million viewers. This was a big number for the show taking it to No. 3 overall for the night (it usually ranks in around No. 7 or lower).