Raw has not been doing very well in terms of viewership in recent weeks and the show has been drawing some of its lowest numbers in the event’s broadcasting history.

However, this week’s episode may have relaxed the Officials a bit as the audience for the Money In The Bank go home edition of the show was up 8% from previous week.

The show which was main evented by a Fatal Four Way match among Finn Balor, Braun Strowman, Kevin Owens and Bobby Roode drew a total of 2.730 million viewers.

The first hour of the episode drew 2.751 million viewers in comparison to last week’s 2.594 million viewers. The second and third hours drew 2.812 million and 2.629 million viewers which were up from last week’s 2.593 million and 2.390 million views respectively.

While the audience was on the lower side of the show’s history, it was still up from last week’s episode of the Red Branded Show which did 2.525 million viewers.

Though what’s worth mentioning here is that the company did not have any competition from NHL or the NBA this week as both sets of playoffs are over.

So it’d be interesting to see if they are able to continue this momentum on the MITB follow up episode next week.