WWE Raw viewership had big first-to-third hour ratings drop

The November 28th edition of Raw from Norfolk, VA had one of the largest first-to-third hour ratings drop in it’s history.

The show averaged 1.67 million viewers and drew a 0.40 rating in 18-49 years old demographic. The problem was the 27 percent first-to-third hour drop. The main event featured Kevin Owens vs. Jey Uso.

This was the Survivor Series fallout edition of Raw and began with a commercial-free hour with averaged 1,951,000 viewers and 0.46 in the demo. In the second hour, viewership fell to 1,619,000 and 0.39 in the demo and then fell again in the third hour to 1,433,000 viewers and 0.36 in the demo.

In total Raw was still up one percent in viewers from last week and was the #6 show for the night on cable. The Monday Night Football game averaged 10,882,000 viewers and 3.18 in the 18-49 demo.

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