WWE Smackdown viewership exceeds 2 million on average following Fastlane fallout

WWE Smackdown viewership exceeds 2 million on average following Fastlane fallout

The audience for the last SmackDown program increases 3% compared to last week and slightly exceeds 2 million on average.

The audience of the last WWE Friday Night SmackDown program on FOX has registered an audience of 2,030,000 viewers. This represents a new significant increase compared to last week’s data, which achieved a record of 1,946,000 viewers.

According to the breakdown of hours, the first hour amassed a total of 2,020,000 million viewers, while the second rose to 2,041,000 million. SmackDown was the second most watched show of the night based on demographics of interest, corresponding to the 18-49 age bracket, with a record of 0.5.

This past episode of the WWE blue brand counted as its main claim the continuation of the rivalry between Daniel Bryan, Roman Reigns and Edge facing Wresltemania 37. We also had the fight between Seth Rollins and Shinsuke Nakamura, as well as a new edition of ” The Kevin Owens Show “which featured Sami Zayn as a guest.

Next, we leave you the most recent data of audience of SmackDown:

January 1, 2021: 1,915,000 viewers

January 8, 2021: 2,003,000 viewers

January 15, 2021: 2,153,000 viewers

January 22, 2021: 2,282,000 viewers

January 29, 2021: 2,228,000 viewers

February 5, 2021: 2,126,000 viewers

February 12, 2021: 1,884,000 viewers

February 19, 2021: 2,072,000 viewers

February 26, 2021: 2,051,000 viewers

March 5, 2021: 2,166,000 viewers

March 12, 2021: 2,010,000 viewers

March 19, 2021: 1,946,000 viewers

March 26, 2021: 2,030,000 viewers