Explosive AEW Dynamite Episode After All Out Delivers Huge Viewership and Stellar Key Demo Rating

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AEW Dynamite continues to draw strong viewership numbers, as this week’s post-All Out episode saw a slight increase in viewership compared to the previous week. According to Nielsen via Wrestlenomics, Wednesday’s live broadcast on TBS drew 887,000 viewers, up 1.84% from last week’s show.

The key 18-49 demographic, which is highly coveted by advertisers, also saw a positive trend. This week’s episode garnered a 0.31 rating in the key demo, representing 409,000 viewers. This is a 3.33% increase from last week’s 0.30 rating.

Despite the increase in viewership and key demo rating, Dynamite ranked #2 for the night on cable in the 18-49 key demographic. Last week, the show claimed the top spot in the same category.

However, Dynamite did climb the viewership rankings, coming in at #35 on cable this week. This is an improvement from last week’s #39 ranking.

The post-All Out episode of Dynamite featured several highly anticipated matches and segments. Fans were excited to see Adam Page speak for the first time since winning the Over Budget Battle Royal, as well as a tag team match between Chris Jericho and Sammy Guevara against Aussie Open.

Other notable moments included a promo by AEW World & ROH World Tag Team Champion MJF, Trent Beretta taking on Roderick Strong in a Grand Slam World Title Eliminator Tournament match, and AEW TBS Champion Kris Statlander defending her title against Emi Sakura in an Open Challenge.

Additionally, new AEW International Champion Jon Moxley defended his title for the first time against AR Fox in an Open Challenge. The main event of the night featured a match between Nick Wayne and Darby Allin in a Grand Slam World Title Eliminator Tournament match.

With the post-All Out episode, Dynamite achieved its highest total audience since the Dynamite 200 episode on August 2. While this week’s viewership and key demo rating are below the 2022 averages, they still reflect a positive trend compared to last week.

It’s worth noting that the post-All Out episode of Dynamite in 2022 drew higher viewership and key demo ratings than this year’s episode. Viewership was down 14.29% from the same week in 2022, and the key demo rating was down 18.42% from the previous year.

AEW Dynamite’s consistent viewership success is a testament to the promotion’s ability to deliver compelling storylines and exciting in-ring action. Fans can expect more thrilling moments in the coming weeks as AEW continues to build on the momentum from All Out.

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Sources: Wrestlenomics

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