The ratings are in for the February 21st edition of Monday Night Raw. On average, 1.825 million people watched the fallout from the Elimination Chamber Premium Live Event. The numbers have been obtained by Brandon Thurston from Wrestlenomics:
Compared to the previous week, Raw has seen an increase in viewership. As the February 14th episode drew an average audience of 1.602 million, the increase calculates to approximately 13.9%. It should be noted that the February 21st Raw was broadcast on the usual home of the red brand, USA Network. For multiple weeks previous, Raw was moved to the Syfy Network due to the Winter Olympics taking place on USA.
In regards to key demographic viewership, Raw saw 662,000 people aged between 18 and 49 years old watch the show, equating to a 0.51 rating. This is also up from the 0.44 rating from February 14th and the highest since October 2021.
As reported by ShowBuzz Daily, Raw ranked 1st overall for key demographic viewership on Monday night.
The show saw multiple matches added to the WrestleMania card, including the announcement that YouTube star Logan Paul will be making his in-ring debut at the event.