WWE Raw, Jun 19 on USA Network: 1,821,000 viewers; 0.56 P18-49 rating

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WWE Raw, Monday on USA Network, was watched by 1,821,000 viewers on average, including about 726,000 aged 18 to 49, for a 0.56 P18-49 rating.

Raw ranked #1 in P18-49 among cable originals for the day, according to Showbuzz Daily. Including broadcast primetime, it also ranked #1.

The College World Series on ESPN (0.45) ranked #2 for Monday.

This was Raw’s highest P18-49 viewership since May 15.

Compared to last week, Raw was up 14% in total viewership. Among viewers 18-49, viewership was up 21%.

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+: 1821 (+12%)

P18-49: 726 (+5%)

M18-49: 472 (+6%)

F18-49: 256 (+7%)

P18-34: 260 (-5%)

P35-49: 466 (+11%)

F12-34: 122 (+15%)

M12-34: 177 (-10%)

P25-54: 888 (+11%)

P50+: 936 (+5%)

Most-viewed YouTube videos from Raw, as of 4pm today:

The Usos shatter The Bloodline with an attack on Reigns and Sikoa: 662,070

Kevin Owens attempts to prove he’s not a rage-a-holic to Sami Zayn: 535,314

Cody Rhodes, Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn vs. The Judgment Day: 517,617

LA Knight verbally dissect his Money in the Bank competition: 371,180

Finn Bálor unleashes a vicious beatdown on Seth “Freakin” Rollins: 354,076

Logan Paul gets invited into the Money in the Bank Ladder Match: 278,704

Tommaso Ciampa returns to soundly defeat The Miz: 278,190

Raquel Rodriguez vs. Trish Stratus – Money in the Bank Qualifier: 199,591

Rhea Ripley unleashes a vicious attack on Natalya: 181,591

Bron Breakker issues a threat to Seth “Freakin” Rollins: 173,669

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

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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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