Last night's episode of Monday Night Raw in Detroit represented the fallout show to the TLC pay-per-view the night before. It also featured the return of WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar though, in fairness, that fact wasn't promoted beforehand. Still, the show drew the lowest viewership total all year.
All three hours averaged 3.52 million viewers, which beats the previous low of 3.60 million on Memorial Day. The hourly breakdown is even uglier:
Hour one: 3.70 million
Hour two: 3.47 million
Hour three: 3.38 million
That third hour is the lowest they've recorded all year. That hour featured the John Cena vs. Seth Rollins steel cage match that was promoted during the hour with the most viewers. This shows how little interest that match carried. What's more, the entire show revealed the complete lack of connection fans had to the TLC event.
The good news is football season is ending soon and the Royal Rumble is the next show on the schedule to kick off the road to WrestleMania.