With a blizzard expected to hit and travel on the verge of being impossible, last night's episode of Monday Night Raw emanated from WWE Studios in Stamford, Connecticut. That meant the company was forced to call an audible on what was planned for the evening.
What we got instead of a three hour show in front of a live audience was a series of interviews with all the major players from the Royal Rumble pay-per-view the night before, and a replay of both the WWE world heavyweight championship match and the Royal Rumble itself.
With all that in mind, viewers for the show were up to 4.42 million for all three hours. That's up from 4.09 million last weekbut down from the 4.71 million for the Royal Rumble fallout show last year.
Here's the hourly breakdown:
Hour one: 4.46 million
Hour two: 4.65 million
Hour three: 4.13 million
That's a lot of folks who didn't bother to stick around for the Daniel Bryan interview, nor the big face-to-face meeting between Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar.
Still, the numbers are good considering what WWE had to work with.
For complete results and the live blog from Raw click here. For a recap with reactions to all the night's events click here. And to watch highlights of the show click here.