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WWE Backstage Draws Lowest Viewership Since Premiere

According to Showbuzz Daily, this past Tuesday night’s episode of WWE Backstage was able to draw only a total of 84,000 viewers.

This total is down 32% from last week’s total of 124,000 viewers, which was the first show of 2020, and a show that featured The Miz & Paige as the guests. This week’s total is reportedly the lowest viewership WWE Backstage has had since the official premiere back on November 5th, which drew a total of 49,000 viewers. The December 17th episode of WWE Backstage drew a total of 95,000 viewers, while The New Year’s Eve special episode of WWE Backstage drew a total of 97,000 viewers.

The Usos (Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso) and Freddie Prinze Jr. were the featured guests on this week’s show. This week’s show also saw Ember Moon back on the panel as an analyst and Xavier Woods making his debut on the panel as a guest analyst. WWE Backstage Analyst CM Punk was not on this week’s show once again and will not be back until next week’s episode of WWE Backstage.

This week’s episode of WWE Backstage drew a 0.03 rating in the 18-49 demographic, which is down from last week’s episode of WWE Backstage, which drew a 0.04 rating. This week’s episode of WWE Backstage did not make the Cable Top 150, which is why the viewership was delayed. Last week’s episode of WWE Backstage ranked #145 on the Cable Top 150 list, down from WWE Backstage’s episode from two weeks ago, which ranked #124.

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