TV ratings: WWE Raw, May 29

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WWE Raw, Monday on USA Network, was watched by 1,611,000 viewers on average, including about 683,000 aged 18 to 49, for a 0.52 P18-49 rating. Raw ranked #4 in P18-49 among cable originals for the day, according to Showbuzz Daily. Including broadcast primetime, it ranked #4. Compared to last week, Raw was down 2% in total viewership. Among viewers 18 to 49, viewership was down 3% from last week’s 701,000. Going against game 7 of the NBA conference finals series between the Celtics and Heat, this was Raw’s lowest total viewership since January 16. The Celtics-Heat game on TNT was #1 with a 4.24 P18-49 rating and 12 million viewers. 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+: 1611 (-8%) P18-49: 683 (-3%) M18-49: 439 (-5%) F18-49: 247 (+3%) P18-34: 267 (-5%) P35-49: 416 (-2%) F12-34: 104 (+2%) M12-34: 177 (-16%) P25-54: 779 (-7%) P50+: 877 (-6%) Most-viewed YouTube videos from Raw, as of 3pm today: Styles shows World Heavyweight Champion Rollins respect: 879,677 Seth “Freakin” Rollins & AJ Styles vs. Finn Bálor & Damian Priest: 590,208 Cody Rhodes issues an open challenge to Brock Lesnar: 358,028 Ronda Rousey & Shayna Baszler win the WWE Women’s Tag Team Title: 294,687 Imperium imposes their sacred will onto Monday Night Raw: 279,011 Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn engage in a war of words with Imperium: 265,740 Trish Stratus uses Zoey Stark to help beatdown Becky Lynch: 256,687 Nakamura vs. Reed – Money in the Bank Qualifying Match: 212,655 JD McDonagh launches a brutal attack on Dolph Ziggler: 198,241 Gunther wants Matt Riddle to win Money in the Bank: 169,964 This ratings report was written with the assistance of automated programs created by me, then manually edited. Subscribers have exclusive access to the Wrestlenomics Viewership Spreadsheet. Brandon Thurston

Brandon Thurston has written about wrestling business since 2015. He’s also worked as an independent wrestler and trainer.

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