Credit – PWTorch
The season finale of WWE Tough Enough on Monday, June 6 scored a 1.95 rating, up two-tenths of a ratings point compared to last week’s show and the five-week average.
The episode featuring live appearances by host “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and WWE CEO Vince McMahon averaged 2.86 million viewers, which was the most since the premiere episode the night after WrestleMania 27.
Monday’s show averaged the most viewers in the 8:00 p.m. EST timeslot for any episode during the season, beating 2.79 million viewers for the Week 2 debut in the timeslot.
On cable TV Monday night, Tough Enough ranked #13 overall, #11 among males 18-34, and #11 among males 18-49. In its timeslot, Tough Enough only trailed “Pawn Stars” and NHL Playoffs coverage among adult men.
The final totals for the ten-week season are as follows:
— 2.59 million average viewers per episode (all ten weeks)
— 2.46 million average viewers per episode for the nine weeks at 8:00 p.m. EST