The live viewership numbers for WWE NXT are in and they were slightly down.
NXT drew 603,000 live viewers, which is down from the 631,000 viewers the show previously drew a week ago, according to ShowBuzzDaily.com. The total viewership was the lowest the show has done since September 7th and the lowest so far in the 2.0 era, which is disappointing as the relaunch of the product was supposed to turn around the ratings.
It did a 0.15 rating for the 18-49 demographic. The show did the same rating one week ago. It ranked #36 in the top 150 shows on cable for the night, down from last week’s #30 ranking. Here’s the breakdown in each demo for the show:
Viewers 18-49 – 0.15 – last week: 0.15
Female viewers 18-49 – 0.09 – last week: 0.10
Male viewers 18-49 – 0.21 – last week: 0.20
Viewers 18-34 – 0.08 – last week: 0.08
Female viewers 12-34 – 0.06 – last week: 0.05
Male viewers 12-34 – 0.08 – last week: 0.07
Viewers 25-54 – 0.17 – last week: 0.24
Viewers 50+ – 0.34 – last week: 0.37
This week’s episode featured Toxic Attraction vs. Kayden Carter, Kacy Catanzaro, and Io Shirai, Kay Lee Ray vs. Sarray, Joe Gacy vs. Boa, The Creed Brothers vs. Jacket Time, Cameron Grimes vs. Ru Feng, Solo Sikoa vs. LA Knight vs. Grayson Waller, Elektra Lopez vs. Erika Yan, and Pete Dunne vs. Carmelo Hayes.
NXT ranked #36 for the day in the demo among cable originals, according to Showbuzz Daily.
P18-49 was equal to last week.
But 603,000 is the lowest total viewership for NXT since Sep 7 (601,000), so the lowest yet of the “2.0” era.