Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Oct 12, 2012
This Week’s TNA iMPACT! Rating Is In ……..

This Week’s TNA iMPACT! Rating Is In ……..

Last night’s episode of iMPACT! Wrestling did a 0.86 (0.9) cable rating, with 1.12 million viewers. Both numbers are up slightly from last week’s year-low of 0.84 and 1.06 million.

The show ranked #44 among cable shows in overall viewers for the night, #26 among males 18-34 and #27 among males 18-49. The show was basically even with last week’s demo ratings.

For comparison, last year’s go-home show for Bound For Glory did a 1.05 (1.1) cable rating with 1.44 million viewers.


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13 Responses to “This Week’s TNA iMPACT! Rating Is In ……..”

  1. Raincold57 says:

    It was a awesome show best go home show in years…going against the debate, nfl foobtall the ratings werent going to be good but it dont matter it was great.. ARIES HEEL HEEL YES!!

  2. TwIsTeD_EnEmY says:

    Ratings are doing awful lately.
    Why?

    • toddmikki says:

      Thursday Night Football, MLB Playoffs

    • rawuncutnxrated says:

      Because if TNA really was the product most on here that comment think TNA is then they wouldn't have the huge lows regardless of what else was on tv.

      Yea, there was a game on.. Steelers v Titans. Not exactly a barn burner although it ended up a good game. I didn't watch it, I did watch some TNA w/ my nephew. He loved that Aries match & for a 5yo that usually digs on the "good guy" I got him to believe that Aries really is the Greatest Man Alive. He lost interest in the AJ match, can't blame him as I did too. He liked the Hogan/Sting/Bully segment w/ the tag champs.

      My Cards didn't do too well on Thurs night but more than made up for it on Friday. Still though there is no reason to continue to put up the crap ratings they get, Was a good show, didn't really promote their PPV at all. Hell until I read about it elsewhere I forgot Stinker was getting inducted into the HOF.

  3. incognitowolfe says:

    I'm not suprised at all, the whole world was watching the vp debate + mlb playoffs + nfl. I'm not that dissapointed with a 0.9. I didn't watch it, but i'm + most people will catch the replay somewhere on youtube or stream.

  4. DJBIGCG says:

    Well a 0.86 isn't all of that, but it's better then a 0.84. Now the question is how many people will buy bfg and how the paying attendance will do

    • toddmikki says:

      they sold out the arena a while back, and opened up more tickets by opening up more seats that they had previously blocked.

  5. Mr. Excitement says:

    Impacts rating was good considering all it went up against (Debate, NFL, MLB, other shows)

    • rawuncutnxrated says:

      No, it was not good in the least. Clearly the debate factored very little. The debate pulled 53 million & TNA's ratings went up a dribble. The MLB playoffs started & TNA's ratings went up a dribble. So those 2 things have very little to do with TNA. The NFL games though seem to be the biggest competition to TNA but if they are going to think a .9 is all good then they may as well close up shop now. And as far as the DVR theory.. advertisers don't pay out great rates for people to skip their ads on a DVR.

      That's the only reason ratings really matter to anyone, advertising dollars. DVR's mean sh*t in that equation. It might be Spike's highest rated show but that doesn't mean it is cost effective to Spike or more so to TNA.

  6. whatsup121 says:

    it was great matches Sting & Bully Ray versus Daniel's and Kazarian could have easily been a main event match. The best part was when Sting hit Bully and yelled BULLY GET THE TABLES. (the look on Bully's face was priceless) I assume the reason why Austin Aries (the World Heavy Weight Champ's) match was first was so that they could add more fuel to the fire between Aries & Hardy. Hardy get's main event status and Aries get's the opening bout. All in all good matches

  7. Rated_Maxx says:

    The debate had over 50 million viewers

  8. piro4351 says:

    pathetic..theywill never amountto anythin. 1.2 1,3 rating is the absolute maximum they ca never achieve,.

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