Last week’s AEW Dynamite was able to draw a total of 1.046 million viewers, while this past Wednesday night’s episode of AEW Dynamite was able to draw a total of 979,000 viewers, reports Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics and Showbuzz Daily.
This total is down 6.40% from last week’s episode of AEW Dynamite, which drew a rating of 0.38 in the key 18-49 demo. This past Wednesday night’s 0.38 rating is down 7.31% from last week’s rating of 0.41 in the 18-49 key demo. Last Wednesday’s rating of 0.38 in the 18-49 key demographic represents around 492,000 total viewers that watched Wednesday’s episode of Dynamite from that demo. This is down 8.03% from last week’s 535,000 total viewers in the 18-49 key demo.
Last Wednesday night’s live episode of AEW Dynamite inside the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, South Carolina featured CM Punk facing Max Caster in a Singles Match, Toni Storm going up against The Bunny in The Owen Hart Foundation Women’s Tournament Qualifying Match, Bryan Danielson facing Best Friends’ Wheeler Yuta in a Singles Match, Jon Moxley taking on Jay Lethal in a Singles Match, a promo from The Jericho Appreciation Society, The Undisputed Elite’s Championship Celebration, FTR’s Cash Wheeler and Dax Harwood taking on The Gunn Club (Austin Gunn and Colten Gunn) in a Tag Team Match and Darby Allin going up against Andrade El Idolo in a Singles Match, which was the main event.
The viewership number of this past Wednesday night’s episode of Dynamite, which drew the sixth-lowest audience of the year so far and which episode tied with the March 16th St. Patrick’s Day Slam episode for the third-lowest key demo rating of the year so far, was up 39.86% from the same week in the year 2021, which went head-to-head against WWE NXT, while the key 18-49 demo rating was up 46.15% from the same week in 2021.
Last Wednesday’s AEW Dynamite ranked #3 for the night on the Cable Top 150, with a 0.38 rating in the 18-49 key demo, which is even from last week’s #3 ranking. Last Wednesday night’s AEW Dynamite ranked #35 in viewership for the night on cable, which is even from last week’s #35 ranking.
You can check out the tweets below:
Dynamite ranked #3 among cable originals in P18-49 for the day.— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) March 31, 2022
Report on Dynamite: https://t.co/JbSwRKB0At
QH1 (CM Punk vs. Max Caster) was the leading quarter-hour as usual, likely thanks to BBT. QH4 and QH8 saw substantial growth.
Quarter-hour report: https://t.co/gPYQct35Yp pic.twitter.com/paJELbYhd2