WWE Monday Night RAW has been continuously telecasting for nearly three decades. WWE has passed several eras throughout these years, and the most successful era was Attitude Era. However, the company changed its target audience in 2008 and went into PG. Since then, WWE’s popularity has continuously drained, and the audience was moving to other sports.
In 2022, Monday Night RAW struggled to surpass 2 million in the ratings, and many fans were forced to move from the PG era.
Andre Zarian of Mat Men Podcast tweeted that WWE RAW would be going back to TV 14 on July 18th.
“Starting July 18th WWE Raw will have a TV-14 rating moving forward on USA Network.
The PG Era is over.“Andrew Zarian
WrestleVotes also confirmed Zarian’s report and stated the following.
Credit to the good brother Andrew Zarian for dropping the TV-14 bomb. RAW exits the PG Era starting this Monday night. This was a discussion for years, and looks to have finally been approved. Now we’ll see if it changes anything.
Credit to the good brother @AndrewZarian for dropping the TV-14 bomb. RAW exits the PG Era starting this Monday night. This was a discussion for years, and looks to have finally been approved. Now we’ll see if it changes anything.— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) July 14, 2022
For those who don’t know, programs rated TV-14 contain material that parents or adult guardians may deem inappropriate for children under the age of 14.
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