The debut of WWE’s programming block on A&E ranked sixth and 11th on cable respectively on Sunday.

A&E’s Steve Austin Biography documentary, which premiered at 8 p.m. Eastern time, averaged 1.062 million viewers. It drew a 0.38 rating in the 18-49 demo, trailing 90 Day Fiance, an afternoon NBA game, Real Housewives of Atlanta, Food Network’s Tournament of Champions, and Sunday Night Baseball for the day.

The premiere of WWE’s Most Wanted Treasures aired at 10 p.m. Eastern on A&E. It averaged 766,000 viewers overall and drew a 0.29 rating in the 18-49 demo. The show ranked 11th for the day on cable in 18-49.

Here are detailed demographic ratings for both programs:

Steve Austin Biography —
People 18-49: 0.38
Women 18-49: 0.29
Men 18-49: 0.48
People 18-34: 0.20
Females 12-34: 0.12
Males 12-34: 0.20
People 25-54: 0.52
People over 50: 0.44
WWE’s Most Wanted Treasures —
People 18-49: 0.29
Women 18-49: 0.21
Men 18-49: 0.37
People 18-34: 0.15
Females 12-34: 0.10
Males 12-34: 0.15
People 25-54: 0.41
People over 50: 0.32

WWE’s 10-week programming partnership with A&E will also include Biography documentaries on Roddy Piper, Randy Savage, Booker T, Shawn Michaels, Ultimate Warrior, Mick Foley, and Bret Hart. WWE’s Most Wanted Treasures is a nine-episode series that “takes viewers on a journey to find some of WWE’s most iconic, lost memorabilia.”