The ratings for the January 24th edition of Monday Night Raw have been published. On average, 1.766 million people watched the Royal Rumble go-home episode of the red brand. The numbers have been obtained by Brandon Thurston from Wrestlenomics:
Raw has seen an increase in viewers compared to the previous week. As the January 17th edition of Raw drew an average audience of 1.613 million, the change in viewership calculates to an approximate increase of 9.5%. As noted by Thurston, this is the highest overall viewership for Raw since October 4th. In regards to key demographic viewership, Raw obtained a 0.46 rating in the 18 to 49 age range, also up from the previous week’s rating of 0.43. This is the first time since August 2021 that Raw has not had to go head to head against the NFL, which may be the reason behind the increase in viewers.
Raw mainly focused on the final build towards the Royal Rumble Premium Live Event. On the show, more entrants for the Men’s Royal Rumble match were announced.
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