WWE NXT ratings down, ranks second on cable

Week two of WWE NXT Gold Rush averaged 622,000 viewers on the USA Network last night. That's down 19.5 percent from week one of the special (which featured Seth Rollins defending his World Heavyweight title in the main event). This is still NXT's second-best audience total since April 25.

In the 18-49 demo, NXT finished second on the cable charts with a 0.17 rating, down 26.1 percent from last week. It's tied for NXT's second-highest rating in the demo since April 25 and is the second straight week NXT has ranked second on cable. NXT actually had the same rating as the first-ranked show this week, but Love & Hip Hop had slightly more viewers in the demo.

NXT's ratings were down from last week in every demo with the biggest drop coming with females 12-34, which were down 45.5 percent.

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As compared to the same week in 2022, NXT's overall audience was up 9.1 percent while its 18-49 rating was up 54.6 percent. Of note, the only category to drop year-over-year was people over 50, which was down 6.1 percent, so the audience is skewing younger than it was a year ago.

Listed below are the last 11 weeks of overall viewership and individual demo ratings for NXT, as well as the 10-week averages in all categories. This week's show was up two percent in overall viewers and was steady in 18-49 as compared to the recent averages.

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