The AEW explosives on TNT attracted an average of 700,000 spectators last night, a decrease of 7.5% from last week. This is the record for the second lowest number of viewers of explosives since June last year.
On the US network, the average number of viewers of WWE NXT was 654,000, a decrease of 3.5% from last week.
The bigger news is the 18-49 presentation. Explosives ranked seventh on the cable with a score of 0.26. This is a decrease of 13.3% compared to last week, which also coincides with the second-lowest number in the explosives market since June last year. However, NXT rose 50% in the 18-49 demo, with a score of 0.21. NXT ranked 12th on the cable in the demo, the highest record since Dynamite made its debut.
The total audience on Wednesday night was 1
The demo numbers are closer than usual. NXT won with women aged 18-49, which was 0.16 points compared to Dynamite’s 0.15 points. Among men aged 18-49, Dynamite won a major victory with a score of 0.38 of 0.25 of NXT. That is the strongest category of explosives, and it ranks fourth on the cable.
NXT won Dynamite’s score of 0.12 in the 18-34 demo with a score of 0.13. Breaking down by gender, Dynamite won with women (0.09 to 0.07), but NXT won with men (0.13 to 0.11).
Explosives won 25-54 (0.31 to 0.22). NXT has won people over 50 years old, but the gap is much larger than usual (0.32 to 0.29).
Compared with the same period last year, these two programs have all increased. Explosives grew by 2.2% among the overall audience and 4% between the ages of 18-49. NXT’s overall viewership increased by 10.9% and 40% between the ages of 18-49.
The following are the last 10 weeks of the overall ratings of these two programs and the demo numbers of 18-49: