PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents a special Thursday Flagship edition of the Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast featuring a WrestleMania 36 Preview with ex-WWE Creative Team member and professional stand-up comedian Matt McCarthy.
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WWE Smackdown continues to play out the string Thursday nights on Syfy before moving to USA Network in 2016. This week’s TV ratings reflect that feeling about the B-Brand.
WWE Smackdown TV Ratings 2015
— October 15: Thursday’s show scored a 1.55 rating, down slightly from 1.57 ratings the previous two weeks.
Smackdown drew 2.090 million viewers, down three percent from last week. It was the fewest viewers in one month.
Thursday’s episode was against the MLB Playoffs on TBS, which drew 7.38 million viewers for a deciding Game 5 between New York and Los Angeles.
– Despite the overall decline, demographic ratings slightly improved from last week. The bright spot was males 18-34 inching up to a three-week high.
– Overall on Thursday nights this year, Smackdown has averaged a 1.75 rating and 2.431 million viewers.
The 2015 average continues to fall further away from the average through the same period last year on Friday nights – 1.91 rating and 2.690 million viewers.