Viewer numbers released by Foxtel on Wednesday have shown the Raiders to be the most-watched NRL club over the past four rounds.
Despite their annual snub from free-to-air broadcaster Channel Nine, Canberra has featured in three of the top four most viewed matches on Foxtel since round 11, with Saturday night's win over the Brisbane Broncos attracting 400,000 fans.
Of those 278,000 were watching from their televisions, while a further 122,000 watched the match via Foxtel Now, Foxtel Go or Kayo.
The Panthers-Raiders game a week earlier attracted 396,000 viewers while the round 11 clash with the Rabbitohs generated 413,000 virtual spectators.
Channel Nine viewers have been robbed of the Raiders again in 2020, with the beaten grand finalist to feature just three times on free-to-air during the revised regular season.
Fans are instead being subjected to the Brisbane Broncos who will feature a staggering 15 times on Channel Nine, despite the fact they're staring a first ever wooden spoon in the face.
"We've had some wonderful NRL seasons in recent times and just when a lot of people thought this year's competition wouldn't go ahead, WHAM, the season has the best ratings ever - the best of the best," Fox Sports executive director Steve Crawley said.
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