Did Slammiversary Help This Week’s Impact Wrestling?

Did Slammiversary Help This Week’s Impact Wrestling?

Thursday’s Impact Wrestling, featuring fallout from the Slammiversary pay-per-view with Brian Cage vs. Matt Sydal for the X Division Title as the main event, drew 299,000 viewers. This is up from last week’s 275,000 viewers.

Impact ranked #124 on the Cable Top 150 this week. Last week’s show ranked #125.

Hannity topped the night in viewership with 3.338 million viewers. Tiger Shark Invasion was #1 in the 18-49 demographic with 1.617 million viewers.

Below is our 2018 Impact Viewership Tracker:

January 4th Episode: 309,000 viewers
January 11th Episode: 276,000 viewers
January 18th Episode: 309,000 viewers
January 25th Episode: 310,000 viewers (Genesis episode)
February 1st Episode: 319,000 viewers (Reboot)
February 8th Episode: 294,000 viewers
February 15th Episode: 300,000 viewers
February 22nd Episode: 262,000 viewers
March 1st Episode: 365,000 viewers
March 8th Episode: 325,000 (Crossroads episode)
March 15th Episode: 350,000 viewers
March 22nd Episode: 362,000 viewers
March 29th Episode: 399,000 viewers
April 5th Episode: 294,000 viewers
April 12th Episode: 381,000 viewers
April 19th Episode: 373,000 viewers
April 26th Episode: 308,000 viewers (post-Redemption episode)
May 3rd Episode: 299,000 viewers
May 10th Episode: 295,000 viewers
May 17th Episode: 326,000 viewers
May 24th Episode: 263,000 viewers
May 31st Episode: 283,000 viewers (Under Pressure episode)
June 7th Episode: 296,000 viewers
June 14th Episode: 276,000 viewers
June 21st Episode: 262,000 viewers
June 28th Episode: 254,000 viewers
July 5th Episode: 304,000 viewers
July 12th Episode: 284,000 viewers
July 19th Episode: 275,000 viewers
July 26th Episode: 299,000 viewers (post-Slammiversary episode)
August 2nd Episode:

2017 Total: 16.147 million viewers
2017 Average: 311,000 viewers per episode

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