According to PWTorch, TNA Impact on Thursday, November 15 scored a 1.07 rating, which was up slightly from a 1.03 rating last week. The taped show was tied for the highest rating in 11 weeks (August 30).
Impact averaged 1.35 million viewers, which was up six percent from last week. It was the most viewers in eight weeks dating back to mid-September.
First Hour Break Down
Q1: Impact opened with a 0.99 rating for the immediate PPV fall-out featuring James Storm's victory speech interrupted by Bobby Roode and one commercial. By comparison, the Impact following TNA's biggest PPV of the year, Bound for Glory, scored a 0.94 rating in Q1 for immediate PPV fall-out. (up 13% vs. live summer run Q1 average)
Q2: Impact increased slightly to a 1.02 rating for RVD vs. Kid Kash in an unannounced X Division Tile match, one commercial, and various backstage segments. (up 12% vs. live summer run Q2 average)
Q3: Impact decreased slightly to a 1.00 rating for Jesse vs. Eric Young, one commercial, Joseph Park and Hulk Hogan in Hogan's office, and Aces & Eights taking out Magnus before a scheduled TV Title match. (up 7% vs. live summer run Q3 average)
Q4: Impact was about the same with a 1.01 rating for follow-up on Magnus's beat down, Austin Aries and Jeff Hardy backstage, ring intros for the main event, and two full commercial breaks. (up 8% vs. live summer run Q4 average)
Second Hour Break Down
Q5: Impact increased to a show-high 1.18 rating for Kurt Angle & Garett Bischoff vs. Aces & Eights, backstage segments, and ring intros for the Knockouts battle royal before one commercial at the very end of the quarter-hour. (up 10% vs. live summer run Q5 average)
Q6: Impact stayed at a show-high 1.18 rating for the Knockouts battle royal, one commercial, backstage segments, and A.J. Styles coming to the ring for a speech. (up 14% vs. live summer run Q6 average)
Q7: Impact dipped to a 1.11 rating for Styles's speech interrupted by Daniels and Kazarian, one commercial, various backstage or video segments, and ring intros for the main event. (up 8% vs. live summer run Q7 average)
Q8: Impact dipped slightly to a second-hour-low 1.08 rating for the Roode vs. Storm main event and one commercial in the middle of the match. (up 1% vs. live summer run Q8 average)