Last week’s Fight For The Fallen AEW Rampage episode was able to draw 375,000 viewers, while Friday’s live episode of AEW Rampage was able to draw 468,000 viewers, according to Showbuzz Daily and Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics.
This total is up 24.8% from last week’s episode of AEW Rampage, which drew a 0.15 rating in the 18-49 key demo. Last Friday night’s rating of 0.15 is up 36.36% from last week’s AEW Rampage episode, which drew a 0.11 rating in the key 18-49 demo. This past Friday’s 0.15 rating in the key 18-49 demographic represents a total of around 196,000 viewers that watched last Friday night’s episode of AEW Rampage, which is up 37.06% from last week’s 143,000 total viewers in the 18-49 key demo, with a 0.11 rating.
Last Friday’s live episode of AEW Rampage from the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan featured Interim AEW World Champion Jon Moxley taking on Mance Warner in an Interim AEW World Title Eliminator Match, Leila Grey facing Madison Rayne in a Women’s Division Singles Match, Konosuke Takeshita taking on Ryan Nemeth in a Singles Match and AEW World Tag Team Champions Swerve In Our Glory (Keith Lee and Swerve Strickland) facing Josh Woods and Tony Nese in a Street Fight, which was the main event.
This past Friday’s episode of AEW Rampage ranked #5 for the night on the Cable Top 150, with a rating of 0.15 in the 18-49 key demographic, which is up from last week’s #23 ranking. Last Friday’s Rampage ranked #64 in viewership for the night on cable, which is up from last week’s #74 ranking.
Last Friday night’s AEW Rampage drew the best total audience since the post-Forbidden Door episode on July 1st.
You can check out the tweets below:
Smackdown was #1 in P18-49 for Friday. Rampage was #5 among cable originals and #19 including broadcast primetime. The cable rank is Rampage's best since April.— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) August 8, 2022
Line chart reposted. The above one incorrectly marked Rampage as a preemption.
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