Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Oct 13, 2012
Update On This Week’s TNA iMPACT! Rating

Update On This Week’s TNA iMPACT! Rating

ORIGINAL: 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.

UPDATE: For some further analysis of how the show’s competition did ratings wise, hour two of iMPACT! went against the vice presidential debate which drew 51.4 million viewers. The Thursday Night Football game drew approximately 5.6 million viewers.


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4 Responses to “Update On This Week’s TNA iMPACT! Rating”

  1. Kyle says:

    Here’s an idea…..keep Hogans tv time very limited. Everytime he’s on there over 1 or 2 times I wanna change the channel.

    • andy3323 says:

      He is kind of the general manager…..wouldn't that be strange not to have the guy in charge appear when the outside group, Aces & 8's, is trying to get in and overrun things? He hasn't been on THAT much.

      • Kyle says:

        That’s why they should have never put him as GM over Sting. Also, yes he is on the TV “that much”. He’s on the TV for multiple segments every week, plus when he took over as GM he was on the TV for multiple segments even before the Aces & 8’s story started. He’s on TV far to much, and takes TV time away from other guys who could use the time on TV, it’s not the Hogan show.

  2. jbcissom says:

    Maybe TNA should hire Joe Biden.

    If you can't sense the sarcasm in that statement, you need help.

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