WWE SmackDown, AEW Rampage Viewership Adjusted Due To Error | There has been a change to the TV ratings for last Friday’s “WWE SmackDown” and “AEW Rampage.” As seen below, according

WWE SmackDown, AEW Rampage Viewership Adjusted Due To Error

WWE SmackDown, AEW Rampage Viewership Adjusted Due To Error

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There has been a change to the TV ratings for last Friday’s “WWE SmackDown” and “AEW Rampage.”

As seen below, according to Brandon Thurston of Wrestlenomics, Nielsen had undercounted out-of-home viewing for Friday.

‘WWE SmackDown” drew 2.389 million viewers instead of the original 2.274 million viewers. The broadcast saw a 0.67 rating in the key 18 to 49 demographic instead of 0.55.

The show included Vince McMahon’s promo and Brock Lesnar’s return. Results of the 6/17 episode are available here. 

Thurston noted that Friday’s “SmackDown” was the most viewed since December 25, 2020, when the show had an NFC lead-in and 3.3 million viewers.

Last week’s “AEW Rampage” saw an increase too.

“Rampage” now drew 369,000 viewers instead of the original 331,000 viewers. The broadcast saw a 0.12 rating in the key 18 to 49 demographic instead of 0.10. It means according to the report, that last week’s episode is still the least-viewed “Rampage” in the normal time slot for the 18 to 49 demographic.

Though the episode is not the lowest 18-49 including preemptions, as earlier data indicated. The May 6 episode (0.11) is currently the lowest preempted episode.

Results of the 6/17 episode of “Rampage” are available here. 

Nielsen undercounted out-of-home viewing for Friday. Reissued data is as folllows:

Smackdown: 2,389,000 viewers (+4% than earlier reported) P18-49: 0.62 (+7%)

Rampage: 369,000 (+11%) P18-49: 0.12 (+17%)

📊 Updated quarter-hours: https://t.co/DGnCJOqgOa pic.twitter.com/bHqBCLmrXm

— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) June 23, 2022

This means Friday’s Smackdown with Vince McMahon was the most-viewed since Dec 25, 2020, when the show had an NFL lead-in and 3.3 million viewers. Besides that exceptional case, Friday’s Smackdown is the highest since the pre-Wrestlemania episode in Apr 2020.

— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) June 23, 2022

This is still the least-viewed Rampage in the normal time-slot for both P2+ and P18-49. It’s not the lowest P18-49 including preemptions, though, as earlier data indicated. One preempted episode, on May 6 (0.11), is now lower. Four preemptions were lower in total viewership.

— Brandon Thurston (@BrandonThurston) June 23, 2022

 

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