Canadian Television Viewership Report (July 7-12)

Originally published at Canadian Television Viewership Report (July 7-12)

This week’s Canadian television viewership figures included Friday Night SmackDown hitting its three-month high in viewership.

Last Friday’s episode of SmackDown featuring The Trial of the Tribal Chief Roman Reigns was the most-watched episode of SmackDown in Canada since April 7 for the post-WrestleMania edition of the show.

WWE Raw remains the top wrestling program in the country by a wide margin while AEW Dynamite saw a big surge in viewers this past week for the episode from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Below are the viewership figures and the 25-54 demographic (which is the main demo measured in Canada) along with the show’s performance over the past month.

WWE SmackDown (July 7 on Sportsnet 360)
Viewership: 178,000
Four Week Average: 160,000
25-54 Demo: 90,100
Four Week Average: 70,600

AEW Rampage (July 8 on TSN 2)
Viewership: 11,000 (-73% from last week)
25-54 Demo: 5,000 (-50%)
*Has only aired on TSN 2 for the past two weeks

AEW Collision (July 9 at Midnight on TSN 2, streams live on  TSN+)
Viewership: 34,000 
Four Week Average: 33,000
25-54 Demo: 7,000 
Four Week Average: 15,000

WWE Raw (July 10 on Sportsnet 360)
Viewership: 209,500
Four Week Average: 244,000
25-54 Demo: 97,000
Four Week Average: 108,000

NXT (July 11 on Sportsnet 360)
Viewership: 78,000
Four Week Average: 60,000
25-54 Demo: 36,000
Four Week Average: 29,000

AEW Dynamite (July 12 on TSN 2)
Viewership: 134,200
Four Week Average: 106,000
25-54 Demo: 68,300
Four Week Average: 59,000