Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Apr 19, 2014
More Bad News For This Week’s TNA iMPACT! Rating

More Bad News For This Week’s TNA iMPACT! Rating

This week’s episode of iMPACT! Wrestling had such a low rating that it failed to make the top 100 cable shows for the night in the 18-49 demographic. In fact, the three episodes of Cops that lead into iMPACT! actually beat it onto the list.

The show had 1,010,000 viewers, down from last week’s 1,415,000 viewers. This is the lowest audience for the show since March 20, when it had 997,000 viewers.

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5 Responses to “More Bad News For This Week’s TNA iMPACT! Rating”

  1. hangers says:

    And the argument for axing all of the well known talent is….

    • JoeWrestling says:

      Then why did they watch last week, since the well known talent wasn't there last week either? So basically they did about a 0.9 this week. The average the last couple years has been 1.0. It's nothing new. More people watch on the Live show, because TNA loads up the storylines on the live show. Then the following taped shows decline because they know nothing much will happen, because that's how TNA produces the shows.

      • hangers says:

        No one can deny Impact is trending downwards and has been for some time regardless of live or taped programming. I hope things improve but the lack of experienced talent to put the young guys over isn't going to help the situation at all..

    • goonpoh says:

      Not a big decline. The TNA product is better now and the fact that it is not having some of its best ratings id sad. And they cut those guys to get even younger. Lots of new talent coming in but if not forner wwe guys but fresh solid indy talent coming in as I believe the idiotic part of IWC the majority will still complain. Never happy.

  2. wwehater says:

    Dixie pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeee have mercy on TNA. You have the $
    or your father does and you won't spend yt, you had the chance to sell
    and you won't do that either. You are killing TNA b/c you donot have any idea
    how to run this company. Please somebody talk to her. When J.J.'s company
    starts, that maybe the last straw for TNA.

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