WWE Raw on Monday, July 8 scored a 3.08 rating, up six percent from last week’s rating. It was the highest-rated Raw since the end of April.
– Raw averaged 4.167 million viewers, up five percent compared to last week. It was the most viewers since May 20.
Hourly Break Down: 3.790 million first hour viewers, a 14 percent increase to 4.308 million viewers, and a rare third hour increase to 4.403 million viewers.
It was the most second hour viewers since late April and the most third hour viewers since the night after WrestleMania 29 on April 8.
– On cable TV Monday night, Raw ranked #2 in overall viewers behind “Major Crimes” on TNT, but ranked #1 in all key male demos.
The key to Raw’s ratings surge was a three-tenths of a ratings point increase in males 18-34. Raw also increased two-tenths of a rating in other demos.
– One year ago this week, Raw scored a 3.17 overall rating and averaged 4.407 million viewers as part of the build-up