pwtorchLast night's episode of WWE Raw scored a 3.50 overall rating, with both hours scoring a 3.50 rating.
Raw was up a full tenth-of-a-rating point compared to last week's show. The show was also up nearly five percent compared to the 10-week average dating back to the middle of May.
The show averaged 5.19 million viewers over the course of two hours, including both hours above the 5.00 million mark. The last time both hours of Raw were above that level was the night after WrestleMania 26 for Shawn Michaels's farewell on March 29.
The first hour averaged 5.07 million viewers, which was the most first hour viewers since March 29. The second hour increased to 5.31 million viewers.
Including last night's Raw, the second hour of Raw has averaged more than 5.00 million viewers for the past four weeks.
The following is a break down of the last five weeks of Raw with first hour viewers, second hour viewers, and overall viewers.
June 28 - H1: 4.53 million, H2: 4.56 million, OV: 4.54 million. Rating: 3.28.
July 5 - H1: 4.46 million, H2: 5.11 million, OV: 4.78 million. Rating: 3.35.
July 12 - H1: 4.49 million, H2: 5.06 million, OV: 4.77 million. Rating: 3.32.
July 19 - H1: 4.40 million, H2: 5.17 million, OV: 4.78 million. Rating: 3.39.
July 26 - H1: 5.07 million, H2: 5.31 million, OV: 5.19 million. Rating: 3.50.