Fast-paced citizens last night saw SmackDown averaging 1.923 million viewers on Fox, the lowest number on the show since Feb. 12.
The show contradicts the second night of this year’s NFL project, which airs on ESPN, ABC and the NFL Network. ABC’s coverage project attracted lower-than-usual numbers for this station, but the project also draws from the same audience type as SmackDown. The ratings of the cables from last night will be released only on Monday. During the night, one of the drafts gave his best marks to ESPN.
Last night, SmackDown was led by a Universal Championship match, where Daniel Brian put his SmackDown career on the line against Roman Reigns. The show also included an intercontinental title game where Apollo Crews defended against Big E.
SmackDown received the same 0.5 score in the 1
In the 18-34 demonstration, SmackDown also runs all network programs with a score of 0.3. This is the same number that the show does every week, but one so far in 2021.
On an annual basis, SmackDown has grown by 0.2 percent in viewership, so it’s almost identical. He pulled the same rating for one night in 18-49 as a year ago this week and increased by 50% in 18-34.
Here’s a look at the last 11 weeks of nightly viewing and key demo ratings for SmackDown, along with the average 10 weeks before this week: