On the first Wednesday night in some time without NBA competition, AEW Dynamite was up 9.7 percent in total viewers, averaging 826,000 viewers on TNT for its anniversary show featuring all titles being defended. NXT was also up, by 1.9% from last week, averaging 651,000 viewers on the USA Network.
The cable news programming on the night was up from usual levels due to coverage of the Supreme Court nominee hearings, which dominated the charts.
As a result, Dynamite and NXT were down in the 18-49 rankings from usual — but their actual numbers were close to normal levels. Dynamite charted at 15th on cable for the night with a 0.30 rating, down 3.2 percent from last week. NXT was up 6.3 percent, averaging a 0.17 rating, but only finished at 51st in the cable charts for that category.
The total viewership of 1.477 million viewers was up 6.1 percent from last week, but it’s still one of the lower numbers in the last few months.
Detailed demo ratings for both shows are not available due to NXT finishing outside the top 50. AEW’s strongest category was men 18-49, where Dynamite averaged a 0.41 rating, placing it in eighth place on cable and first among the non-news and non-sports programming.
Here’s a look at the last 10 weeks of overall viewership and 18-49 demo ratings for both shows:
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