Ratings finally break 1.0

Discussion in 'TNA iMPACT! (2011-2015)' started by Snowman, Jun 14, 2013.

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    It was a taped show going up against the NBA Finals, so very promising signs here.

    inb4ratingssucknextweekfornodiscernablereason
     
  2. Because Crimson.
     
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  3. BULLY CANT DRAW HOGAN ISNT BETTER THAN NBA! A second VIDEO FROM GOHAN!
     
  4. Should I be happy that TNA averaged stinkin 1.2 million viewers? Absolutely not. It's horrible number compared to 2010 or 2011.

    But am I happy? Yes I am.
     
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  5. Yeah man, been wondering what happened to the 650,000 viewers they've lost since then. Is it the lack of Russo booking? The lack of WCW guys in the spotlight?
    Any other vomit-inducing reasons why people aren't watching anymore?
     
  6. Reasonably :huell:

    Still haven't had time to watch last week's, but good news I guess. And Crimson returned? Looking forward to seeing more of him, seems to be rated really highly by folk on here.
     
  7. Crimsonnnnnnnn
     
  8. Clearly Rampage Jackson's doing
     
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  9. Clearly Bobby Roode in the opening promo
     
  10. Jackson... Well, he's really known imo. Then Crimson... CRIMSON! They guy who was 470 days undefeated. I wouldn't miss it. Even if Park wins
     
  11. Q1: Impact opened with a show-high 1.10 rating for a promo involving Hulk Hogan, Jeff Hardy, Bobby Roode and Bully Ray. There was also a Bad Influence segment and one commercial.

    Q2: Impact dipped to a 1.02 rating for Bad Influence vs. James Storm and Gunner, one commercial, Velvet Sky backstage, and Crimson’s return promo.

    Q3: Impact increased to a 1.07 rating for Crimson vs. Joseph Park, one commercial, Mickie James attacking Velvet Sky in the ring, and Matt Morgan backstage.

    Q4: Impact dipped to a 1.05 rating for Magnus vs. Matt Morgan vs. Rob Terry vs. Kenny King, Eric Young backstage, and two commercial breaks.

    Q5: Impact increased to a 1.08 rating for Sting announcing the return of the Main Event Mafia, video packages, and one commercial.

    Q6: Impact dipped to a 1.00 rating for Austin Aries vs. Eric Young, Aces & Eights backstage, one commercial, Chris Sabin backstage, and the first-half of the Aces & Eights battle royal.

    Q7: Impact dipped to a 0.97 rating for the end of the battle royal, one commercial, Aces & Eights backstage, and the first few minutes of Kurt Angle vs. AJ Styles in the main event.

    Q8: Impact remained at a 0.97 rating for the continuation of Angle-Styles, Aces & Eights attack on Angle followed by the save from Rampage Jackson to close the show.

    Partial credit to Gerweck