“AEW Dynamite” did well in Wednesday night’s ratings, but fell short of a Grand Slam. wrestlenomics “The Grand Slam” was watched by 458,000 viewers aged 18-49, down 10% from last week and rated 0.35 P18-49, so it also saw a decline in a key demographic.
All things considered, “Dynamite” ranks as Cable’s number one original and holds the record for being the consistently top performer in its category. In the broadcast’s prime time, he was number 14, and number one was CBS’s “Survivor” (0.79 P18-49 rating).
The number of viewers is quite different from last year’s program. Last year’s episode, the first ever “Grand Slam”—Kenny Omega vs. debutant Brian Danielson—he averaged 1,273,000 total viewers, 19% more than this year’s episode. His P18-49 rating for 2021 was 0.48, so his 18-49 demographic for this year’s episodes is down 27% from last year.
last night’AEW Dynamite: Grand Slam” featured five title matches., Jon Moxley defeated Bryan Danielson to win his third AEW World Championship in the main event. Arthur Ashe also witnessed Chris Jericho defeat Claudio Castagnoli to become the new Ring of Honor World Champions, while The Accredited defeated Swerve in Our Glory to win the AEW World Tag Team Championship. won.Toni Storm retained the AEW Interim Women’s Championship in a fatal 4-way, but the post-match festivities Paige aka Saraya’s AEW debutappeared to save Babyface.