Last Saturday’s episode of AEW Collision was able to draw 417,000 viewers, Wrestlenomics reports. AEW Collision’s total is down 43.57% from last week’s episode of the show, which drew 739,000 viewers and a rating of 0.27 in the 18-49 key demo. Last Saturday night’s rating of 0.13 is down 51.85% from last week’s AEW Collision. AEW Collision’s rating of 0.13 represents 172,000 viewers, which is down 51.41% from the 354,000 viewers that last week’s episode drew.
Last Saturday night’s episode of AEW Collision drew the lowest ratings to date.
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Quarter-hours: AEW Collision, August 5— Wrestlenomics (@wrestlenomics) August 8, 2023
📊 We don't know what viewership was for Summerslam on Peacock, but we've added labels showing what was on Summerslam opposite Collision for each quarter-hour.https://t.co/yXur3QvZ1z
Collision ranked #16 in P18-49 among all cable telecasts on Saturday night.— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) August 8, 2023
UFC Fight Night on ESPN was #1 in P18-49 with a 0.38 P18-49 rating and 1,035,000 total viewers. https://t.co/iXMCMF0hZ2