Quarter Hour Viewership Breakdown for 12/18 AEW Dynamite & NXT Shows


— Some more details on NXT and AEW viewership this past week: NXT did an overall 795,000 viewers, with 344,000 in the 18-49 demographic. Head-to-head with AEW (removing the overrun), NXT did 789,000 viewers and 341,000 in the 18-49 demographic. AEW - as noted already - generated 683,000 viewers and 319,000 people in the 18-49 range.

— Below is a quarter-hour viewership breakdown for last week’s NXT and AEW Dynamite shows, which NXT won handily.

Q1
AEW: 689,000 (Adam Page & Kenny Omega vs. Pentagon Jr. & Rey Fenix)
NXT: 977,000 (Adam Cole vs. Finn Balor)

Q2
AEW: 691,000 (finish of Page/Omega vs. Pentagon/Fenix; post-match brawl)
NXT: 873,000 (finish of Cole/Balor)

Q3
AEW: 702,000 (Cody & Darby Allin vs. The Butcher & The Blade)
NXT: 789,000 (Killian Dain vs. Damien Priest)

Q4
AEW: 645,000 (Awesome Kong vs. Miranda Alize)
NXT: 764,000 (Kushida vs. Cameron Grimes)

Q5
AEW: 780,000 (Chris Jericho vs. Jungle Boy)
NXT: 732,000 (finish of Grimes/Kushida; Io Shirai vs. Santana Garrett)

Q6
AEW: 667,000 (Interviews, commercial)
NXT: 766,000 (finish of Shirai/Garrett; Pete Dunne vs. Travis Banks)

Q7
AEW: 638,000 (Kris Statlander vs. Britt Baker)
NXT: 666,000 (Dunne/Banks)

Q8
AEW: 635,000 (Young Bucks vs. SCU)
NXT: 704,000 (Shayna Baszler vs. Rhea Ripley)

Q9 (overrun)
AEW: N/A
NXT: 849,000 (Baszler/Ripley)