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The Walking Dead Seems Like Really Dead

The Walking Dead Seems Like Really Dead

The Walking Dead Seems Like Really Dead

The Walking Dead Season 9 returned on last Sunday, and it was not surprising that the the first episode's TV ratings fell almost 50% compared with the previous season. According to Nielsen's statistics, AMC's former drama of the king the audience of age is 18 to 49, and the audience rating is 2.5. This figure is the lowest since the show was launched. The previous record holder is In the first episode of the first season of 2010, the audience rating was 2.7 and the audience was 5.35 million.


The first episode of the season 8 last year was also the 100th episode of the TV show. The audience rating was 5.0, with 11.4 million viewers. The first episode of the ninth season fell 47% and 51% respectively, and the audience was only 6.1 million. Seeing that Andrew Lincoln played Rick, and Lauren Cohan played Maggie, he will soon leave the show. Without any surprise, the ratings will only fall, not rise, and the lowest number of viewers. The second episode of the season (4.71 million) is not far behind.


Even so, The Walking Dead is still the second highest score in the American TV series broadcast on Sunday night, only behind NBC's "Two Days" in the first two episodes of the season 3.

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