AEW Dynamite On Friday May 28 Draws Lowest Viewership

It was expected that the move from Wednesday to Friday (May 28) late night due to the NBA Playoffs on TNT would cost AEW viewers.

According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, the Go-Home show for Double or Nothing drew 526,000 viewers. This is the lowest viewership number for Dynamite ever. In the key 18-49 demographic, it drew a 0.20 rating. This is a 36% drop in viewership and 29% in demo rating.

This week’s Dynamite will again move to the 10 pm time slot on Friday evening due to playoff basketball.

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