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WEE : AEW and NXT Ratings November 25, 2020

Last week, the AEW and NXT ratings had different behaviors: while AEW had a great improvement, NXT remained stable, but with low numbers, as a consequence of the NBA Draft. Comparatively, AEW once again surpassed NXT in viewership and rating.

The results of both programs were:

► NXT

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STAIRS FIGHT: Pete Dunne beat Kyle O’Reilly

► AEW

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AEW FEMALE CHAMPIONSHIP: Hikaru Shida beat Anna Jay The Butcher and The Blade beat PAC and King Phoenix

► Ratings AEW and NXT November 25, 2020

This week, there was a delay – normal in the United States of America – in the delivery of the results, due to the Thanksgiving holidays, so the results of cable television on Wednesday night were only released. So, the AEW and NXT audiences were:

AEW Dynamite: 710 thousand
NXT: 712 thousand.

AEW and NXT Ratings November 25, 2020

AEW and NXT Ratings November 25, 2020

NXT, increased a 12% audience with respect to the previous week. Its rating was 0.20, that is, it rose 43%, and it was also higher than the 2020 average, which is 0.19.

AEW, decreased by 16% viewership compared to the previous week. Its rating was 0.26, that is, it fell 30% compared to the previous week, and lower than the 2020 average, which is 0.31.

AEW and NXT Ratings November 25, 2020

AEW and NXT Ratings November 25, 2020

Once the fighting competition between NXT and AEW returned, both shows have been hurting both despite having good posters and headline fights in the AEW case. This week, there was a wide dominance of the news, although the Thanksgiving festivities affected all the programming on Wednesday night; however, AEW managed to stay within the 15 highest rated programs.

Remember that rating is what matters most to advertisers, and based on this index is that the TV programs are positioned.

► AEW rating exceeded by newscasts

Below we show the 15 highest-rated cable TV shows on Wednesday night. We highlight in blue the news and analysis programs, which usually have a good audience, but low ratings:

Cuomo Prime Time – CNN— (2 million 178 thousand, 0.31 rating at 18-49).
Hall Original Movie: Good Morning Christmas – HALLMARK – (2 million 846 thousand, 0.31 rating at 18-49)
Real Housewives of OC – BRAVO – (982 thousand, 0.28 rating at 18-49)
CNN Tonight – CNN— (1 million 718 thousand, 0.27 rating).
Situation Room – CNN— (1 million 756 thousand, 0.27 rating).
CNN Newsroom – CNN— (2 million 32 thousand, 0.26 rating).
AEW Dynamite – TNT – (710 thousand, 0.26 rating at 18-49)
CNN Newsroom – CNN— (1 million 876 thousand, 0.26 rating).
House Hunters Intl – Home and Garden – (1 million 416 thousand, 0.25 rating at 18-49)
Forged in Fire – History – (995 thousand, 0.24 rating)
Lead with Jake Tapper – CNN— (1 million 802 thousand, 0.24 rating).
College Basketball Scoreboard – ESPN – (692 thousand, 0.23 rating at 18-49)
Property Bros: Forever Home – Home and Garden – (1 million 301 thousand, 0.23 rating at 18-49)
Erin Burnett Outfront – CNN— (1 million 635 thousand, 0.23 rating).
CNN Newsroom – CNN— (1 million 386 thousand, 0.23 rating).

NXT was ranked 25th.

This Wednesday the special episode of AEW Dynamite: Winter is Coming is celebrated. And in it we will see the expected clash between Jon Moxley and Kenny Omega for the AEW World Full Weight Championship.

Next Sunday, WWE’s yellow brand presents NXT TakeOver: Wargames, with two electrifying battles in the mode of war games.

Sunday December 20 is the next WWE PPV: TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs, and in SUPER LUCHAS we will have the best coverage and analysis.