‘ALL IN Zero Hour’ Viewership Information Is In: How Did the Show Stack Up to Other Televised Promotions?
According to F4WOnline.com, this past Saturday night’s “ALL IN Zero Hour” show, which acted as the pre-show for “ALL IN” and aired exclusively on WGN America, averaged 196,000 viewers. The show ranked 85th in overall cable television viewership for the night.
The report notes that while it is difficult to ascertain what the number really means, it’s worth noting it was the highest rated show on WGN America for that day, and drew a number which falls somewhere in between what Impact Wrestling draws on Pop and what Lucha Underground draws on El Rey Network.
In terms of ratings numbers, the show drew a 0.08 in the 18-49 demographic and was 85th most watched show on cable TV for the day on the same demographic.
It’s also worth noting that Zero Hour was up against the start of College Football on Saturdays.
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— Brandon Cutler (@BranCutler) September 2, 2018
.@all_in_2018’s #ZeroHour is almost here! Don’t miss @CodyRhodes, #TheYougBucks and more in the biggest independent wrestling event ever produced. Tune in TOMORROW at 6 East / 3 West on @WGNAmerica. Find #WGNAmerica in your area https://t.co/mEiM2PZoP3. pic.twitter.com/UUHBPWxZ2H
— WGN America (@wgnamerica) August 31, 2018