Viewership for This Week’s Episode of Impact Wrestling Rises Up
Posted On July 27, 2020
Viewership for this week’s episode of Impact Wrestling rises up by generating an average of 309,000 viewers. This is up from last week’s 285,000 viewers and the best number going back to the August 17th show of last year which generated an average of 320,000 viewers. This week’s show was the first show of 2018 which featured LAX winning back the Impact Tag Team Titles from oVe in the main event. This show also saw Taiji Ishimori capture the X Division Title from Trevor Lee, Ethan Carter III retaining the Impact Grand Title over Fallah Bahh & Matt Sydal, Eli Drake retaining the Global Title over Alberto El Patron and James Storm lose a Career vs. Career No Holds Barred match to Dan Lambert of American Top Team.
This week’s show ranked #140 on the Cable Top 150 this week, while last week’s show ranked #110.
The two NBA games topped the night in the 18-49 demographic, while the NBA and the usual cable news programs drew the most viewers. It is worth noting that viewership numbers for Impact Wrestling have continued to increase since NFL’s Thursday Night Football ended on December 14th.