WWE Raw just drew its weakest viewership of 2019 so far, with the red brand attracting an average of just 2.058 million viewers for the pre-taped show from Manchester, England that aired on 11 November.
The average viewership is down from the previous week's 2.135 million.
In the key 18-to-49 demographic, the 11 November episode fell from last week's 0.75 rating to 0.64.
Major lows like this are never a good look for the promotion, though it should be noted that Raw faced extreme competition from a Monday Night Football game between the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks, which attracted 15.9 million viewers. In addition, Raw's pre-taped nature probably didn't help either, as hordes of fans would've likely been spoiled on the results ahead of time.
Fightful's ratings report provides an interesting breakdown of the night's most successful segments, noting that Lana's pregnancy segment had 1.5 million clicks at their time of writing. A huge number compared to the next highest clip, Randy Orton/Ricochet/Humberto Carrillo vs. The OC, which had just 611,000 views.
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