AEW Dynamite averaged 845,000 viewers for last night’s show on TNT, topping the 615,000 viewers that NXT averaged on the USA Network. The gap of 230,000 viewers was the highest since March 18, which was the first closed set broadcast of the pandemic era for either show.
Dynamite was up 7.2 percent in total viewers from last week. In the 18-49 demo, the show ranked fifth on cable with a 0.32 rating, up 10.3 percent from last Wednesday and matching Dynamite’s best number since March. The 845,000 total viewers was the best for the show since the March 18 episode, which featured the long-promoted reveal of the Exalted One of The Dark Order and the debut of Matt Hardy.
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NXT was down 2.5 percent in total viewers from last Wednesday and had its lowest audience total since May 20. The show was actually up 21.4 percent in the 18-49 demo, averaging a 0.17 rating to finish 35th in the cable rankings for that category.
The combined audience of 1.46 million viewers was up three percent from last week.
AEW dominated the individual demo categories except for people over 50, where NXT had a slim advantage of 0.33 to 0.31.
AEW doubled, and in some cases tripled, NXT in most of the other categories. Dynamite’s strongest category was men 18-34, where they had an advantage of 0.44 to 0.23. In the men 12-34 category where NXT cratered last week, NXT was up slightly to a 0.04 rating as compared to AEW’s 0.14.
Here’s a look at the viewership totals and 18-49 demo ratings for both shows over the last 10 weeks: