In the latest spectacle of AEW Dynamite, the wrestling extravaganza on TBS, the fervor seemed to have lost a bit of its luster as it amassed an average of 898,000 viewers. While this figure reflects a 5.8 percent decline from the previous week, the event still managed to secure its place as the second-highest audience turnout since June 21.
In the elusive realm of demographics, Dynamite’s performance was a tad lackluster, recording a 0.29 rating in the 18-49 age bracket, which displayed a 14.7 percent drop from the previous week’s standing. Interestingly, this figure tied as the second-lowest rating for the show since May 17, putting a damper on the exuberance of AEW enthusiasts.
Adding to the mix of challenges, Dynamite faced the formidable FOX’s coverage of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, pulling in an impressive 4.381 million viewers with a soaring 1.20 rating in the 18-49 demographic. Despite this formidable competition, Dynamite still managed to emerge victorious and outshined everything else on network television, although the cable rankings for the clash remain under wraps.
Comparing the landscape of viewership to the same week in 2022, Dynamite was dealt a slight blow, experiencing an 8 percent decrease in total viewers and a 12.1 percent dip in the coveted 18-49 demographic.
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For those avidly tracking the trajectory of Dynamite’s allure, here’s an insight into the past 11 weeks of overall viewership and 18-49 demo ratings, alongside the 10-week average in both categories. This week’s spectacle showcased a moderate upswing of 3.7 percent in overall viewers, though it faltered with a 3.3 percent decline in the 18-49 demographic, when contrasted against the recent averages.
As the wrestling world remains unpredictable, enthusiasts eagerly await the next turn of events, hoping to witness AEW Dynamite reclaim its former glory and reignite the passion of its ardent fan base.