WWE RAW Viewership Increases Following Sunday’s Survivor Series PPV

WWE RAW on Monday night, November 25, 2013, the post-Survivor Series edition of the show, averaged 4.135 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research. The 4.135 million average following Survivor Series on Sunday night marks a pretty healthy increase from the 3.802 million viewers that the show drew last Monday night heading into the pay-per-view.

The first hour of RAW on Monday night averaged 4.318 million viewers. The second hour drew 4.292 million viewers. The third and final hour of the show averaged 3.796 million viewers.

We should have the final cable rating for Monday’s RAW up on the website in a few hours.

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  • Matt Boone

    Matt Boone has been a huge wrestling fan since the Attitude Era. He writes for MMANews.com and 24Wrestling.com

    • http://500px.com/dansingsbuzz Daniel

      People like watching crap tv. ‘Merica

      • Aperture

        How original!

        Let us High Five to that!

        • http://500px.com/dansingsbuzz Daniel

          Never seeing undertaker the same again. Thanks dude

    • kaneunmasked

      last night sucked just like every monday night.

    • Bullrogg

      lol…if it sucks so bad, quit watching. Or quit complaining since you are the one that’s wasting your time.

      • Aperture

        We IWC fans are complaining because we want to see it get better. We grew up watching this company through the Golden Age to the Ruthless Aggression Era. I want to feel like a little nostalgia when I watch Raw and Smackdown, but I am subjected to pointless promos and horrible storylines (a good percentage of the time). I maybe wasting my time, but this is how I choose to waste it. You need to understand my argument to understand why people like me complain. Plus, YOU are complaining about MY complaining. So, I guess we are wasting our time together!