AEW Franchises across Warner Bros. Discovery’s Networks Continue to Deliver Consistent & Top-Ranked Programs.

TNT and TBS have wrapped up another stellar year of AEW wrestling across its networks. Including consistently delivering top-ranked programs each week while expanding AEW programming in mid-2023 through TNT’s AEW: Collision on Saturdays. They continued to broadcast memorable wrestling moments and storylines through TBS’ AEW: Dynamite on Wednesday nights and TNT’s AEW: Rampage on Friday nights. AEW programs across TBS and TNT in 2023 ranked in the top 10 of all cable programs among adult’s under-50 72 times; including 50 times with a top-5 program in that coveted demo. Viewership of AEW programming on the networks saw increasing momentum as the year culminated; reaching 15.6 million total viewers in Q4 2023, up 3% vs. Q4 2022.

AEW Rampage Homecoming match list for 1/12

Overall, AEW programming reached nearly four million viewers each week across TNT and TBS, additionally TBS continued its success into the new year, with this week’s AEW: Dynamite telecast delivering cable’s most-watched live sports program on the night among P25-54, and second-most watched live sports program on the night among P18-49. The program was also up double-digits in both demos vs. last week’s AEW: Dynamite telecast. WBD’s action-packed AEW programming continues tonight with AEW: Rampage Homecoming at 10 p.m. ET on TNT and tomorrow with AEW: Collision at 8 p.m. ET on TNT.

AEW Dynamite main event presented by Suicide Squad.

Next Wednesday’s AEW: Dynamite on TBS will feature AEW World Champion Samoa Joe taking on Hook for the title presented by WB Games’ Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.

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