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– According to Trendrr.com, last night’s RAW had a social media score of 260,320. It came in second place for the night, behind the Comedy Central Roast of James Franco, which had a score of 334,100.
– Here is the latest edition of WWE RAW “Backstage Fallout”:
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The James Franco roast aired on Comedy Central last night and it was pretty great, arguably the best one the network has put on.
(It helps that ‘The Situation’ was no where to be found…)
In case you missed it, here’s a rundown of some of the night’s funniest bits:
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Comedy Central The James Franco Roast on Comedy Central was the best thing on TV Monday night, and it delivered just like all the other roasts on Comedy Central. Seth Rogen hosted, while Nick Kroll, Jonah Hill, Sarah Silverman, Andy Samberg, Aziz Ansari, Natasha Leggero, Bill Hader and Jeffrey Ross were the roasters. Everyone played […]
- Monday’s episode of WWE RAW scored a 2.85 cable TV rating, down from the previous week’s 3.07 rating.
This week’s show averaged 3.936 million viewers – 3.690 million viewers the first hour, 4.146 million the second and 3.974 million for the final hour.
RAW ranked #2 on cable TV for Monday night behind football and #2 in the key male demographics behind the Comedy Central...