Saturday night's episode of AEW Collision averaged 552,000 viewers on TNT, up 14.5 percent from the previous week. It's the best audience total for the show since July 29.
The episode was taped in advance last Wednesday. The increased viewership came despite the fact that Collision aired head-to-head with a NASCAR race on NBC that averaged 3.8 million viewers and drew a 0.56 rating in 18-49, as well as MLB on Fox that averaged two million viewers and a 0.34 demo rating. The competition will not get any easier in coming weeks with college football taking over Saturday nights for the rest of the year.
Collision drew a 0.16 rating in the 18-49 demo, down 5.9 percent from last week. It's the third-lowest rating the show has done to date and is the lowest rating for an episode that didn't take place on the same day as a WWE pay-per-view.
The All In Countdown special that followed Collision averaged 247,000 viewers and did a 0.06 rating in the 18-49 demo.
Listed below are the overall viewership totals and 18-49 demo ratings for every episode of Collision that has aired to date. The 10-week average in both categories is also included.
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