WWE Total Divas viewership sinks to a new low

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

WWE Total Divas drew 390,000 viewers for E! on Wednesday, according to Showbuzzdaily.com. The number was down from the 454,000 viewers drawn for last week’s eighth season premiere.

Powell’s POV: Last week’s show set the all-time low viewership mark for the Total Divas series. This week’s show fell even lower. It can’t help the show’s cause that WWE is airing three first-run hours of programming on WWE Network on Wednesday nights, including airing the Mae Young Classic opposite the first airing of Total Divas.


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Readers Comments (4)

  1. Is anyone even watching the MYC this year? There is little to no buzz. It’s hard to get into wrestling shows that were taped weeks or even months ago.

    • I’m watching and have actually managed to avoid spoilers. Total Divas is down because everyone is sick of the Bellas…. overkill equals no viewers.

    • I’m watching, as well. Same as the other poster, I was very careful to avoid the spoilers. I’ve only caught one little snippet of info so far, by accident- which I won’t go into, in case someone else hasn’t. This year’s tournament has been better than the last so far, too.

  2. This year’s MYC is a better than last year’s for me because Jim Ross isn’t commentating this year. The dude needs to retire and is embarassing himself at this point (especially at the live events like the NJPW AXS specials).

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