AEW Dynamite: Grand Slam Surpasses 1.2 Million Viewers For Kenny Omega vs. Bryan Danielson & Card Loaded


Live viewership for AEW Dynamite is available and the show has grown in total viewership and in the 18-49 age group.

Dynamite has attracted 1.273 million viewers, which is up from the 1.175 million viewers the show already attracted last week.

Among the 18-49 age group, the show made 0.48, which is up from 0.43 last week. This week’s Dynamite failed to beat Raw’s key demo with 627,000 viewers versus 642,000 for Raw. AEW had done it for the past two weeks and almost did it again.

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This episode was the third-highest number of viewers and the key demo in the series’ history. Brandon thurston from WrestleNomics reported the news.

Dynamite ranked # 1 in the Top 150 Cable Shows Overnight, the same as # 1 last week. Here’s the breakdown of each demo on the show:

Viewers 18-49 – 0.48
Female viewers 18-49 – 0.29
Male viewers 18-49 – 0.67
Viewers 18-34 – 0.31
Female viewers 12-34 – 0.18
Male viewers 12-34 – 0.30
Viewers 25-54 – .0.57
Viewers 50+ – 0.50

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The episode featured Kenny Omega vs. Bryan Danielson, AEW Women’s Champion Britt Baker vs. Ruby Soho, CM Punk promo, MJF vs. Brian Pillman, and Cody Rhodes vs. Malakai Black. AEW had over 19,000 fans in attendance for this show, which was its busiest show in company history.


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