Booker T's A&E Biography Sees Huge Drop in Viewership from "Macho Man" Randy Savage

Posted By James Walsh on 05/11/21

Showbuzz Daily has the overnight ratings for Sunday’s WWE programming on A&E. First up, the latest Biography special on WWE Hall of Famer Booker T finished with an overnight audience of 595,000 viewers. That’s another decrease from last weekend’s overnight audience of 790,000 viewers for the Macho Man Randy Savage special. Viewership has gradually decreased for each episode since the show’s debut featuring Stone Cold Steve Austin.

In the P18-49 key ratings demo, numbers were also down. The Booker T special drew a 0.24 rating. That’s down from the 0.31 rating for last week’s Randy Savage special. The shows did have some tough competition. Between the usual reality programming, there was also the live sports events on ESPN and FS1.

Meanwhile, episode four of WWE’s Most Wanted Treasures finished with an overnight audience of 555,000 viewers for its overnight number. That’s only slightly down from last week’s audience of 563,000 viewers. Ratings held steady for the show in the key demo this week as the show drew a 0.22 rating, which is identical to last week’s number.

In the Cable Top 150 rankings, Biography landed at No. 17, while Most Wanted Treasures ranked in at No. 20. Biography dropped from it’s No. 7 slot for last week’s show, while Treasures fell from No. 12 last week to No. 20 this week.

The NASCAR Cup Series topped the ratings and viewership for Sunday night with a 0.54 rating and 3.091 million viewers.