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post #1931 of 9175 (permalink) Old 03-13-2012, 08:05 PM
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Don't worry. Cena will return
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3.3

A 3.3

Wow. I'm starting to think that they'll need a public crucifixion of Cena by strippers to finally break a 4.0



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With a That has HBK, HHH, Taker, Jericho and Rock to produce that rating wow huh must be Punks fault. Attitude era was awesome but even with all these legends and greats from that era they still can't get a great number. Atleast the numbers went up in the 2nd hour.


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They subjected me to that torture FOR A FUCKING 3.3?
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Daniel Bryan and AJ in a skybox = ratings!

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I'm so confused reading the last page of this thread. When it was reported that the show had almost 5 million viewers in the second hour everyone was pretty happy. Then when it was reported as 3.3 everyone changed and started saying the rating was bad. The 3.3 just means the percentage of people that watched the show. That number isn't nearly as important as the total number of people that watched the show.
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Wrestling isn't popular anymore. There are some amazing TV series that people watch over wrestling.
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WWE must fear what the numbers will be like after Mania is over.

Ratings norm go way down.
If their hourly viewership is still number 1 and 2 in cable every night, then there's nothing to worry about.



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With The Rock, John Cena, Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker, and Triple H on the same show, WWE Raw on Monday, March 12 scored a 3.27 rating, virtually even with a 3.25 rating last week.

The overall show averaged 4.82 million viewers, the most since the Raw after the Royal Rumble. The biggest positive coming out of this week's show is an increase in viewership in the second hour (which contained the HBK-Undertaker confrontation, C.M. Punk vs. The Miz match, and The Rock's concert).

The first hour averaged 4.67 million viewers, which has been standard the past four weeks. Instead of declining in the second hour, Raw's viewership increased to an average of 4.97 million viewers, the most second hour viewers since the night after the Rumble.

Other than the night-after-the-Rumble, it was the most second hour viewers since July 2011 during the Summer of Punk (33 weeks ago).

-- On cable TV Monday night, Raw was the #1 show on cable in terms of viewership and all key male demographics. Raw continued to struggle in the teen males demo, though, as Raw ranked #5 in m12-17.

Concerning Raw's demographic ratings, the numbers were nearly identical to last week's show, which had the nearly-identical overall rating. The only significant discrepancy was one-tenth of a ratings decline in males 18-34. This was offset by two-tenths of a ratings increase in m12-17, which accounts for a smaller portion of the overall audience.

It captures Raw's lost teen male audience, as the only demo that increased this week was m12-17, yet Raw still ranked #5 in m12-17 on cable TV. This time last year, the m12-17 rating was a 3.59 rating, compared to a 2.12 rating this week (a 40 percent decline).

Raw has also seen declines in every other demographic on a year-to-year comparison. The decline is nowhere near the m12-17 loss, but m12-34 is down five-tenths of a rating, m18-49 is down four-tenths of a rating, m18-34 is down two-tenths of a rating, and all adults 18-34 & 18-49 are down three-tenths of a rating.
3.27 for a show starting with cena, UT/micheals midway through with jericho/punk following and the rock ending.fucking lol

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I'm so confused reading the last page of this thread. When it was reported that the show had almost 5 million viewers in the second hour everyone was pretty happy. Then when it was reported as 3.3 everyone changed and started saying the rating was bad. The 3.3 just means the percentage of people that watched the show. That number isn't nearly as important as the total number of people that watched the show.
How dare you try to bring logical thinking to this ratings thread. In any case agree completely here. Almost 5 million people watched, good news for the WWE, great to see a bump up from the usual 4-4.5 million people that watch the show live on TV.

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