“Blood & Guts” was a major highlight for Tony Khan’s wrestling show “Dynamite.” The show had over 1 million viewers during “Blood & Guts” and 17% more total viewership than previous episodes. The episode did especially well in the key demographic with 470,000 average viewers (a 16% increase).
With these numbers, you can expect “blood & guts” to be at the top of cable originals in the 18-49 demographic, and on broadcast primetime it placed #6 in that category
This week, the average viewership of “Dynamite” was up considerably. The absolute numbers were an average of 883,000 viewers. This number is 320,000 higher than last year’s levels. However the viewer’s demographic was not too different in comparison to the past week’s show due to its 18,000 person advantage. Last year’s program also faced more competition with the NBA playoffs.
In a show called Blood & Guts. Eddie Kingston, Santana, Ortiz and The Blackpool Combat Club beat Jericho Appreciation Society. Early in the show, Danhausen teamed up with FTR to face Gunn Club and Max Caster. There was plenty of story told too as Billy Gunn seemed to pick the side of Acclaimed over Ass Boys. Luchasaurus turned heel by pledging allegiance to Christian Cage before winning a squash match against Serpentis. Jad Cargill defended her TBS Title against Leila Grey, battling Athena and Kris Statlander afterward and Orange Cassidy got the victory over Ethan Page.