WWE’s SmackDown, known for its relentless entertainment, continued to draw the attention of fans with its September 29th episode. The burning question on everyone’s mind is, how did the viewership numbers fare for this week’s show?
According to Alfred Konuwa, the September 29th episode of WWE SmackDown garnered an overnight viewership of 2.153 million viewers, with a substantial 699K falling within the coveted 18 to 49 demographic. Impressively, it claimed the number one spot across all broadcast television shows.
Comparatively, SmackDown’s September 22nd episode secured an overnight average of 2.11 million viewers, with 758K in the crucial 18 to 49 demographic. This episode featured the ruthless dismantling of John Cena by Jimmy Uso and Solo Sikoa in a handicap match, setting the stage for WWE Fastlane.
On September 15th, SmackDown recorded an overnight average of 2.445 million viewers, with a remarkable 834K within the 18 to 49 demographic. This particular episode marked the long-awaited return of The Rock after nearly four years, making it a monumental moment in WWE history.
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The September 8th episode of WWE SmackDown saw an overnight viewership of 1.969 million, accompanied by a .47 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic. This episode was the aftermath following WWE Payback.
Moving back to September 1st, SmackDown averaged 2.28 million viewers, earning a .6 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic. This episode served as the go-home show before WWE Payback.
Reflecting on August, WWE SmackDown on August 25th attracted an average of 2.505 million viewers and scored a significant .71 in the 18 to 49 demographic. This emotional episode paid tribute to Bray Wyatt and Terry Funk.
The August 18th episode of SmackDown brought in 2.233 million viewers, with a .53 in the 18 to 49 demographic. Despite the absence of Bloodline members, the Toronto show revolved around Edge, adding depth to the storyline.
On August 11th, WWE SmackDown averaged 2.650 million viewers overnight, coupled with a .6 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic. Notably, some markets aired a different program. The night ended with Rey Mysterio clinching the United States Title and Jey Uso bidding farewell to WWE.
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As we rewind to August 4th, WWE SmackDown garnered an overnight viewership of 2.15 million, with 744K falling into the 18 to 49 demographic, earning the top spot in their demographic for the night.
July 28th’s SmackDown episode attracted 2.17 million viewers in the fast national number, with speculations that the actual number ranged between 2.23 million and 2.34 million viewers.
The July 21st episode on FS1 drew 1.182 million viewers, marking a 31% increase from their previous FS1 appearance. Out of this figure, 448K viewers belonged to the prized 18 to 49 demographic.
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For July 14th, WWE SmackDown’s overnight average was 2.157 million viewers, with a .54 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic.
On July 7th, SmackDown scored an overnight viewership of 2.375 million, accompanied by a .7 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic. This episode featured Money in the Bank fallout and allocated over 30 minutes to The Bloodline’s segment at the beginning of the broadcast.
The June 30th episode of WWE SmackDown locked in an overnight average of 2,510,000 viewers, boasting a .69 rating in the 18 to 49 demographic.
With the company already teasing significant matches and segments for the next week’s show, anticipation is building for Friday Night SmackDown’s upcoming episode, set to be the go-home edition before the WWE Fastlane Premium Live Event.