AEW brought Rampage at a very special 7:00 PM start time due to the Playoffs. Naturally, that took a huge shot at ratings.
Wrestlenomics reports that the May 20th edition of AEW Rampage pulled in 410,000 viewers with a .15 in the 18 to 49 demographic. They were on another special start time again due to the playoffs.
May 13th’s edition of AEW Rampage was on at 5:30 PM once again. They pulled in 340,000 viewers with a .12 in the 18 to 49 demographic. The next episode of Rampage will air at 7:00 PM EST, marking three consecutive weeks where the show isn’t in its regular timeslot.
The May 6th episode of AEW Rampage brought in 319K viewers. 141 of those viewers were in the key 18 to 49 demographic. That 5:30 time slot did not do them any favors.
April 29th’s edition of AEW Rampage brought in 464,000 viewers and a 0.14 in the coveted 18 to 49 demographic.
April 22nd version of AEW Rampage brought in 518k viewers. They also brought in a. 19 in the 18 to 49 demographic for the pretaped show.
April 15th saw AEW Rampage pull 482,000 viewers at their special 7:00 PM start time. They also pulled a .22 in the 18 to 49 demographic.
AEW Rampage pulled in 600,000 viewers for their April 8th episode. They also garnered a .25 in the 18 to 49 demographic.
AEW Rampage brought in 456,000 viewers and a .15 in the 18 to 49 demographic on April 1st. We’ll have to see how things turn out in the future, but that wasn’t a stellar rating. The WWE Hall of Fame likely had a lot to do with that low number.
AEW Rampage brought in 398,000 viewers on average, including 166,000 in the 18 to 49 demographic. That brought in a .13 in the key demo. They were preempted to 11:30 because of March MAcesparksess.
We’ll have to see if AEW’s B Show can pull things up. They are certainly putting in enough work to build good cards, but they are also dealing with a difficult time slot.
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