WWE Raw leads cable rankings on Monday night, total viewers and major adult demographics, below-average hourly drop –



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Monday, February 4, WWE Monday Night Raw on the USA Network garnered a rating of 1.78, down from last week's post-rumble edition of Raw, which garnered a rating of 1.92, but over two-week review of 1.73.

The first hour attracts 2.656 million viewers, this second hour a slight drop to 2.552 million viewers, and so the now great third hour drops to 2,321. This is a first-to-third-hour fall from 335,000. The average fall this year is 395,000.

The third hour closed with the main event of Kurt Angle & Braun Strowman Vs. Baron Corbin & Drew McIntyre, plus "A Moment of Bliss", EC3 vs. Dean Ambrose, and Lio Rush Vs. Bobby Lashley.

Each of Raw's three hours were the highest rated on the channel Monday night, with ratings in the major adult demographics ranging from 18 to 49 years of 0.9, 0.9 and 0.8. The first two hours of Raw were the first in total viewers, beating "The Rachel Maddow Show" on MSNBC with a replacement, who came in third with 2.508 million viewers in total.


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