WWE RAW Viewership (11/18): Numbers Rise For Survivor Series Go-Home Show

The report card is in for WWE Raw, as the ratings and viewership have surfaced for the WWE Survivor Series "go-home" edition of the show from the TD Garden in Boston, Mass. on Monday, November 18th.

Last night's WWE Raw was up slightly from the non-holiday record low of 2.06 million a week earlier, but still came in as the second lowest viewership being watched by 2.127 million people.

The record lows for Raw are two shows below 2 million for the shows last year around Christmas and New Year's.

On the night, Raw finished just outside the top ten in total viewership (#11) but was #4, #5 and #6 in the 18-49 demographic with an average rating of 0.7.

Leading the way in both categories as expected was Monday Night Football with the Chiefs/Chargers game generating an audience of 12.567 million and a 4.0 rating.

Hours for Raw are below, showing that unlike most weeks, Raw started off extremely low and topped out in hour two before going south for hour three.

The normal trend for Raw sees the first hour as the most watched with a steady decline throughout the night.

    * Hour 1 - 2.211 million
    * Hour 2 - 2.245 million
    * Hour 3 - 1.925 million