WWE Hall of Fame special on USA Network viewership

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

Monday’s WWE Hall of Fame television special delivered 1.154 million viewers for USA Network, according to Showbuzzdaily.com. Viewership was up from the 665,000 who watched a Saturday night broadcast of the 2019 special last year.

Powell’s POV: The Hall of Fame special likely benefitted from being labeled as a fourth hour of WWE Raw on DirecTV and other onscreen guides. For instance, I set Raw to record weekly and the DVR recorded the Hall of Fame special as the fourth hour of Raw rather than listing it as the Hall of Fame.


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Readers Comments (1)

  1. For some reason this year’s ceremony was just so much more entertaining than last year’s. The show seemed to flow a lot better and speeches seemed shorter and more to the point. As a fan, no one really wants to sit there and listen to someone ramble and babble on endlessly and often times incoherently for what seems like an eternity about every little thing they ever did in their career, before their career, after their career so on and so forth, this year you really didn’t get that as people tended to stay on point and stay within time constraints.

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