TV rating: WWE NXT, January 31

WWE NXT last night on USA Network, was watched by 587,000 viewers on average, including about 170,000 aged 18 to 49, for a 0.13 P18-49 rating.

This was NXT’s lowest total viewership since December 6.

Compared to last week, NXT was down 3% in total viewership. Among viewers 18-49, viewership was up 5%.

NXT ranked #20 in P18-49 among cable originals for the day, according to Showbuzz Daily. Including broadcast primetime, it ranked #38.

NBA Basketball: Lakers/Knicks on TNT (0.58) ranked #1 for Tuesday. Night Court on NBC (0.55) ranked #2.

Viewer counts in thousands, calculated from national ratings, for this week’s episode with difference versus the median of the last 28 days in parentheses:

P2+: 587 (-7%)

P18-49: 170 (-12%)

M18-49: 130 (+0%)

F18-49: 46 (-25%)

P18-34: 56 (-5%)

P35-49: 114 (-13%)

Non-P18-49: 417 (-7%)

Most-viewed YouTube videos from NXT, as of 5pm today:

66,000: Chase U wins the Triple Threat New Day Invitational

63,000: The Creed Brothers vs. Indus Sher

53,000: Isla Dawn initiates Alba Fyre into her ways

53,000: Who is Nikkita Lyons’ attacker?

45,000: Dijak vs. Von Wagner

34,000: Stevie Turner returns to the ring

32,000: Indi Hartwell vs. Zoey Stark

31,000: Roxanne Perez has had enough of Toxic Attraction

30,000: Tyler Bate and Axiom throw down in high- level clash

28,000: Wes Lee is ready to defend his title against Dijak

View counts are rounded to improve readability.

This report was written with the assistance of automated programs created by me, then manually edited.

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Brandon Thurston