No more tears, Rick…
Breaking news this morning as Sunday’s cable ratings have arrived, showing that “The Walking Dead’s” ratings free fall has finally bottomed out…for now.
After several straight weeks of decline, AMC’s zombie series actually went up in viewership, albeit a small amount, showing that 10.5 million people showed up to watch this past Sunday’s episode.
This has to come as a sigh of relief for AMC as this coming Sunday’s episode is the midseason finale, which would have left the cabler in a panic over the holidays and into the New Year.
It will be interesting to see if this holds through the much-hyped midseason finale, which we’ll most definitely be talking about come next week.
In the meantime, a lot of fans are showing frustration with the show, even our own John Squires shared his thoughts on how it can be fixed going forward. What do you guys think?
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