Impact Wrestling And NJPW On AXS Ratings Report For 2/3/2022

Thursday’s taped version of Impact Wrestling drew 114,000 viewers on AXS TV, according to Nielsen via Showbuzz Daily.

This is a 37.36% decrease from last week’s 182,000 viewers.

Thursday’s Impact has a rating of 0.02 in the major demographic category from 18 to 49. This is a 60% decrease from the main experimental rating of 0.05 last week. The main beta rating of 0.02 represents 31,000 viewers from 18 to 49, which is a 54.41% decrease from the 68,000 viewers of 18-49 who represented a main beta rating of 0.05 last week, according to Wrestlenomics.

Thursday’s impact didn’t make the cable above 150 with a major beta rating of 0.02. Last week’s show ranked 144th in the main pilot rating, and 125th in viewership.

Thursday’s Impact audience is down from the past two weeks, while the lead beta assessment is pegged to January 6 for the lowest level in the year. The impact of staying over 100,000 views this week was notable because from Thanksgiving through the end of 2021, the show was measured at just under six figures. Impact Thursday’s viewership is down 37.36% from last week, while Thursday’s main beta rating is down 60% from last week.

Thursday’s influencer viewership is down 34% compared to the same week in 2021, while the main pilot rating is down 60% from the episode that aired one year ago.

The NBA game between the Lakers and Clippers on TNT tonight topped the Cable 150 with a rating of 0.49 in the 18-49 major demographic, and also drew 1.514 million viewers. The Five on FOX News topped tonight on cable in viewership with 3.722 million viewers, ranking sixth atop Cable 150 with a major pilot rating of 0.28.

Coverage of the Winter Olympics on NBC tonight on network television topped the major demographic 18-49 with a rating of 1.31. The 8 p.m. Olympics broadcast on NBC tonight also topped the viewership for the television network with 8.105 million viewers.

Thursday’s recorded matches and clips were announced early – Matt Cardona vs. Jordan Grace for Impact Digital Media Title in the opening, Steve McClain vs. ROH World Champion Jonathan Gresham, Jonah vs. Crazzy Steve, John Skyler vs. Bhupinder Gujjar and Josh Alexander vs. Vincent, as well as The Bullet Club against Ace Austin, Madman Fulton, Mike Bailey and Jake Something, which was the main event.

AXS aired another one-hour reboot of NJPW after Impact this week, which they will be doing until new episodes begin in March. This week’s episode featured the 2018 G1 Climax Final between Kota Ibushi and Hiroshi Tanahashi. The episode attracted 60,000 viewers with 0.02 main beta ratings, including 20,000 18-49 viewers.

This was the lowest viewership of the three “classic” NJPW episodes aired by AXS since the promotion’s return to the network. This week’s 0.02 main beta rating is up 100% from last week’s rating of 0.01, this week 60,000 viewers are down 9.09% from last week’s 66,000 viewers, and this week 20,000 18-49 viewers are 33.33% higher than last week’s 15,000 viewers . The reboot last week saw the 2018 WrestleKingdom 12 match between then-IWGP Heavyweight Champion Kazuchika Okada and Tetsuya Naito. The first week featured a WK12 match between Chris Jericho and Kenny Omega, attracting 88,000 spectators, a main demo rating of 0.03, and 37,000 spectators 18-49.

Here is our influencer wrestling viewer tracker for 2022:

January 6 episode: 104,000 viewers, an average of 0.02 in the 18-49 . age group
January 13th episode: 111,000 viewers with a rating of 0.03 in the age group 18-49 (Post-Hard To Kill Episode)
January 20 – Episode: 126,000 viewers, an average of 0.03 in the age group 18-49
January 27 episode: 182,000 viewers with an average of 0.05 in the age group 18-49
February 3 episode: 114,000 viewers, an average of 0.02 in the age group 18-49
February 10 episode:

Average viewership in 2021: 120837 viewers per episode
Average 2021 lead pilot rating: 0.03 Main Beta Rating 18-49 per episode

Average 2020: 154,038 viewers per episode

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