Dana White’s Energy Slap League noticed a giant bounce in viewers final week with a powerful lead-in from an AEW Wrestling broadcast that featured a tribute to the late Jay Briscoe and the promotional debut of Mark Briscoe. In Week 3 of its scheduled 8-episode run, the slap combating actuality present once more obtained a powerful lead-in from AEW, however the broadcast ended up approach down at No. 51 for Wednesday night time on cable.
In accordance with ShowBuzzDaily, AEW Wrestling had 901,000 viewers within the 8 p.m. slot. AEW had a .31 score within the 18-49 demographic and a .22 score with 18-34-year-old viewers. With these numbers, AEW completed in second for the night time in unique cable telecasts. ESPN’s NBA sport at 7:43 p.m. led the night time’s total cable rankings on Wednesday with 1.036 million viewers and a .34 score amongst 18-49 year-olds and .27 within the 18-34 demographic.
This week, Energy Slap completed six slots decrease than their debut at no. 45, with 284,000 viewers. The ten p.m. broadcast on February 1 had a 0.09 score amongst 18-49-year-olds. Energy Slap’s numbers had been 617,000 viewers lower than AEW’s.
For the second episode of Energy Slap: Street to the Title on TBS, AEW Wrestling had 1.003 million viewers within the 8 p.m. slot. That strong lead-in supplied the pseudo-sport promotion a bump final week, touchdown Energy Slap at no. 30 with 413,000 viewers. Episode 2 captured a .13 score amongst 18-49-year-olds and .08 within the 18-34 demographic.
The debut episode of Energy Slap—which TBS delayed a week after White was caught on video slapping his wife, whereas on a household trip in Mexico—was No. 45 within the high 50 cable telecasts for Wednesday, January 18, 2023. The debut episode pulled a reported 295,000 viewers and a 0.10 score within the 18-49 demographic.