AEW Collision’s recent episode on July 29 attracted a total of 739,000 viewers on TNT in the United States, with around 354,000 viewers falling in the 18-49 demographic, resulting in a 0.27 rating. This marked the show’s highest ratings since its debut episode on June 17, which had 816,000 total viewers and a 0.33 rating in the 18-49 demographic. Compared to the previous episode on July 22, Collision saw a significant increase of 20 percent in total viewership and 49 percent in the key demo.
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The highlight of the show was the final 15 minutes featuring the clash between FTR and the tag team of Adam Cole & MJF for the AEW World Tag Team Championships. Despite speculation that one of them might betray the other, their partnership continued, and they ended the show on a positive note, embracing as top stars. This final quarter-hour brought in an average of 837,000 total viewers and 426,000 viewers in the 18-49 demographic.
These impressive numbers are likely to please Warner Bros. Discovery, as the company was aiming for between 550,000 and 600,000 total viewers and approximately a 0.21 rating in the key demo from AEW Collision.
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