Last night’s edition of WWE Monday Night RAW (5/16/2011) on the USA Network once again dropped in the ratings compared to last week, falling 3% in the household ratings from a 3.2 to a 3.09 last night. Total viewership fell 5% week-to-week, falling to 4.7 million viewers overall throughout the two hours, down from the 4.94 million viewers it drew last week and down 10% from the viewership it drew two weeks ago during the Rock’s birthday celebration, 5.22 million viewers. The first hour drew a 3.05 rating with the second doing a 3.12.
Tough Enough also fell a tad in the ratings, though not as much as RAW did. It did a 1.6 cable rating with 2.44 million viewers, down from the 1.64 rating last week with 2.47 million viewers. Overall viewership for Tough Enough has been relatively stable over the past few weeks with last night doing 2.44 million, the week prior doing 2.47 million, the May 2nd show doing 2.44 million, the April 25 show doing 2.45 million, the April 18th show doing 2.20 million viewers, the April 11th show in its permanent 8PM EST timeslot doing 2.79 million viewers, and the initial premiere after RAW doing 3.33 million viewers.