In one night, due to the NBA basketball on TNT, AEW explosives aired two hours later than usual. The show attracted normal audiences and was exactly the same as the previous week’s ratings, 18-49.
Last night’s Holiday Bash version of Dynamite had an average viewership of 775,000 on TNT, a decrease of 3.8% from last week. The score in the 18-49 demo remains unchanged at 0.32.
NXT on the US network operates without restrictions, with an average of 698,000 viewers. This is a decrease of 8.9% compared to last week. NXT also received the same score of 0.19 as last week in the 18-49 demo.
Dynamite and NXT faced off against basketball, attracting more spectators than any wrestling match. TNT’s early games had an average viewership of 2.03 million in the 18-49 demo, with a score of 0.80, while ESPN’s late games attracted 1
The basketball game was the second-ranked show on the cable charts from 18-49, while college football was fourth. Explosives finished fifth and NXT finished 40th.
As usual, NXT lost all presentations except for those over 50. In this category, NXT has an advantage of 0.36 to 0.28 over Dynamite. The strongest demo of explosives was a man aged 18-49. The show received a score of 0.44, ranking fourth in the rankings, second only to NBA and college football games. In men aged 12-34, the NXT of explosives more than tripled. The score for explosives in this category is 0.27, while NXT is 0.08.
Compared with the same period last year, the number of NXT viewers dropped by 16%, and the number of people in the presentation dropped by 13.6%. Due to the drop on Christmas Wednesday, Dynamite did not perform last year this week.
Here are the ratings for the past 10 weeks and the 18-49 demo levels of Dynamite and NXT: