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WEE : Dynamite scores a new victory

In the past week, AEW and NXT ratings were down due to coverage of the impeachment against Donald Trump. As is practically a custom, AEW once again surpassed NXT in audience and ratings.

The results of both programs were:

► NXT

Adam Cole and Finn Balor - NXT February 17, 2021Adam Cole and Finn Balor - NXT February 17, 2021Adam Cole and Finn Balor – NXT February 17, 2021 Shotzi Blackheart and Ember Moon beat The Way Leon Ruff beat Isaiah “Swerve” Scott Kacy Catanzaro and Kayden Carter beat Aliyah and Jessi Kamea Kushida beat Tyler Rust Zoey Stark beat Valentina Fierce Pete Dunne, Oney Lorcan and Danny Burch defeated Finn Balor, Kyle O’Reilly and Roderick Strong

► AEW

Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston - AEW February 17, 2021Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston - AEW February 17, 2021Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston – AEW February 17, 2021 Matt Hardy and Adam Page beat Jack Evans and Angelico Riho beat Serena Deeb Orange Cassidy beat Luther
AEW WORLD COUPLES CHAMPIONSHIP: The Young Bucks retained by beating Santana and Ortiz FTR defeated Matt and Mike Sydal Jon Moxley, Lance Archer and Rey Fenix ​​defeated Eddie Kingston, The Butcher and The Blade

► Ratings AEW and NXT February 17, 2021

The AEW and NXT audiences were:

AEW Dynamite: 747 thousand
NXT: 713 thousand.

AEW and NXT Ratings February 17, 2021

AEW and NXT Ratings February 17, 2021

NXT, increased a 28% audience with respect to the previous week. Its rating was 0.16, 33% higher, and reaching its 2021 average, which is 0.16.

AEW’s viewership was up 1% from the previous week. Its rating was 0.31, that is, it rose 7% and was also higher than the 2021 average, which is 0.30.

AEW and NXT Ratings February 17, 2021

AEW and NXT Ratings February 17, 2021

After both shows had their viewer numbers affected last week by coverage of the Impeachment of former President – and WWE Hall of Famer – Donald Trump, which took all the headlines, this week there was nothing extraordinary in that sense and both AEW and NXT saw their numbers rise, despite not having headline fights on its bill, but very good programs.

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

Below we show the 15 highest-rated cable TV shows on Wednesday night. We highlight in blue the news and analysis programs, which dominated all positions on Wednesday night.

Challenge: Double Agents – MTV – (891 thousand, 0.43 rating at 18-49).
NBA Regular Season – ESPN – (1 million 53 thousand, 0.37 rating at 18-49).
Real Housewives of NJ – ESPN – (1 million 132 thousand, 0.37 rating at 18-49).
AEW Dynamite – TNT— (747 thousand, 0.31 rating at 18-49).
Married at First St – LIFETIME – (1 million 287 thousand, 0.29 rating in 18-49).
Forged in Fire – MTV – (847 thousand, 0.29 rating at 18-49).
Real Housewives of SLC – BRAVO— (775 thousand, 0.27 rating at 18-49).
Rachel Maddow Show – MSNBC— (3 million 420 thousand, 0.26 rating at 18-49).
NBA Regular Season – ESPN – (749 thousand, 0.25 rating at 18-49).
Hannity – FOX News – (3 million 461 thousand, 0.25 rating at 18-49).
Tucker Carlson Tonight – FOX News – (3 million 690 thousand, 0.25 rating at 18-49).
CNN Tonight – CNN— (1 million 556 thousand, 0.24 rating at 18-49).
My 600-LB Life: N / A – TLC – (814 thousand, 0.24 rating at 18-49).
Sportscenter 12 AM – ESPN – (575 thousand, 0.22 rating at 18-49).
Cuomo Prime Time – CNN— (1 million 860 thousand, 0.22 rating at 18-49).

NXT was ranked 39th.

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