Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Apr 19, 2013
This Week’s TNA iMPACT! Rating Is In …..

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

Thursday’s episode of iMPACT! Wrestling garnered a 0.98 (1.0) cable rating, and 1.27 million viewers, up slightly from an 0.93 and 1.17 million last week. The episode was still the second-lowest viewed episode of the year.

The show ranked #44 among cable shows in overall viewers for the night, #17 in the male 18-34 demographic and #11 among males 18-49, all of which were up from last week. The rating was nearly identical in all aspects with the rating a year ago this week.

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

  1. lee4tammy says:

    shame as it was a great episode with lots of great wrestling

  2. DJBIGCG says:

    Well, a .98 is higher then a .93

  3. hangers says:

    Yup, Hogan and Bischoff have really taken TNA to the next level…

    • SageStinger says:

      It's funny, because they have…

      • Dante_Cross says:

        Not really, it's actually been those two guys that do the writing for the show, not Hogan and Bischoff. Those are the guys who have been pumping out the storylines and what not.

        • hangers says:

          Ratings are lower week to week now than during MEM and Mick Foley and seeing Hogan and his ugly daughter on screen every week has not improved things at all. When Dixie hired Hulk itwas thought that his name power would bring a whole new group of fans, instead all its done is drive fans away. There are a dozen guys and girls who I could think of which would have been a better investment than Hogan, and also Flair for that matter as well as the countless orher donkeys who've been hired during that time and subsequently released.

          Oh, and also I forgot to mention how the KO's and TT division has been neglected during this time whilst pushing these things which obviously aren't working..

    • godoftna says:

      I think Hogan and Bischoff did help to push TNA to newer heights, but at the same time I think that it's time for the two parties to go their seperate ways. There's obviously nothing else that Hogan or Bischoff can do to help bring TNA up to another level. The show seems to be stuck in the 1.0 range of ratings, which is sad seeing as how the company was pushing 1.5 before they came aboard. Mistakes were made at the beginning of their run, and tho I think the company overcame those mistakes, they haven't made any ground since then. Time to cut their losses, go their seperate ways, and move on into the future.

      • jbcissom says:

        As long as Hogan stays in the role he's in, I'm fine with him being there. He's not an in-ring performer any longer and it needs to stay that way. He's being used to push A&8 which is needed. They do need to go on ahead with the Brooke swerve and get it out of the way.

        Also, I guess I'm the only fan of the BHE guy(s) filming the backstage "reaction" segments the way they do.

  4. Josh L says:

    Just to note that this weeks episod went up against the NFL schedule release and next weeks will go up against the draft so as long as they are pulling solid 1.0s it’s not great but it’s not terrible

  5. jbcissom says:

    Not going to lie, was a little bit disappointed that Sting was mentioned in the spoilers all over the net, and that segment was not aired.

    I am glad that TNA is keeping Roode and Aries together. I smell at least a triple threat, special stipulation tag match at Slammiversary for the tag titles.

  6. hosersrock says:

    ratings smatings…i don't care about ratings…i care about a quality program and the enjoyment of watching wrestling…they rely too much on ratings

  7. Peckar says:

    Wrestlers who shouldn't really be there: Eric Bischofff. Terrible in the ring and can talk a little bit. Brisco. Can wrestle good but terrible on the mic. Rob Terry. WTF, give it up. Bouncer jobber or nothing. Miss Tessmacher. Still as green as the grass we wlk on. But she can talk a little. I think these people just take up valuable tv time for no reason. Miss Hogan could be argued lso but she is being used for storylines atm so I could let her slide. 😉 Continuing to push people who will never really get over is stupid.

    • Scorpdeathdrop says:

      they need to put the belt on Matt Morgan and get it over with!!!

    • Peckar says:

      Garrett, not Eric. Eric can wrestle far better.

    • KilloWare1996 says:

      What about Wes Brisco, Taryn Terrell, Hulk Hogan (Definatly needs to leave), Sam Shaw (tons of better talent), Alex Silva (same comment). The Company is getting ruined by Bruce Prichard, Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff with Jason Hervey taking up the rear. Before the dead weight party joined TNA in 2010, the company had tons more wrestling and had actual decent storylines. why not bring back Vince Russo because he actually knew about wrestling today.

  8. ariesstormjoe says:

    the ratings dont reflect the quality of the show tho some ppl actually believe they do. they get so worked up about the ratings and dont actually care for the product of a tv show. good for them ill have to print out a list of ratings for ppl over the last 10 years so they can jack off about a particular show they like and the ratings they get. go ratings.

    again tv product > ratings.

  9. RealCreative says:

    im finding the impacts to be poor shows lately…and this reflects in the ratings. I always thought getting out of the Impact Zone would boost them but the shows arent that great…the entertainment isnt good IMO…im sick of the same A&8s story…theres no one that can come in and challenge them….they need fresh faces

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