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Ratings: NFL Pro Bowl and WWE RAW Each Draw Respective Three-Year Viewer Highs

Ratings News and Notes Despite airing in the afternoon and at a rain-soaked Orlando, Fla. on Sunday, Jan. 28, the 2018 Pro Bowl’s average audience of 8.6 million viewers across ABC and ESPN is a 15 percent increase from the 7.5 million viewers in 2017. It is the most-viewed Pro Bowl game in the last Read more... The post Ratings: NFL Pro Bowl and WWE RAW Each Draw Respective Three-Year Viewer Highs appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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