The ratings are in for the February 14th edition of Monday Night Raw. On average, 1.602 million people watched the Elimination Chamber go-home episode of WWE’s flagship show. The numbers have been obtained by Brandon Thurston from Wrestlenomics:
Despite being on the Syfy Network for a second week due to the Winter Olympics taking place on the USA Network, Raw has seen an increase in viewers compared to the previous week. The ratings are also similar to what is usually seen on USA. As the February 7th show drew an average audience of 1.387 million, the increase calculates to approximately 15.5%. In regards to key demographic viewership, 574,000 viewers were aged between 18 and 49 years old, equating to a 0.44 rating. This is also up from the 0.36 rating from February 7th.
As reported by ShowBuzz Daily, WWE ranked 1st overall for key demographic viewership on Monday night. As previously mentioned, the show mainly focused on the build to the Elimination Chamber Premium Live Event, which saw the final entrant in the Women’s Elimination Chamber match announced.
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