A few days after the broadcast of episode 4 of Season 7 of The Walking Dead, little explanation about his audiences down.
So we offered you there are few of us interested in episode 5 of 7 The Walking Dead season and what will happen there , now is the episodes already broadcast that you will talk and especially their hearings. Indeed, as some of you know, the season premiere was part of the most watched episodes with just over 17 million viewers waiting to find out – finally – who would die at the hands of Negan and Lucille. Yet the following episodes were far from attracting as many people as episodes 2, 3 and 4 are all three down with 12.46 million respectively, 11.72 million and 11.40 million viewers last Sunday before “Service ” . The fall hearings between the first season and episode 2 is relatively easy to understand since it is clear that the production team had staked everything on it first with a cruel cliffhanger at the end of season 6 and it would have been very surprising to have similar hearing to the next episode.
Yet over the episodes and the continued decline could mean weariness but not only. The decline in episode 4 of the hearings is another logical explanation enough given the American news these days. Indeed if The Walking Dead is still No. 1 broadcast on the cable series, she was beaten Sunday night by the spin-off NCIS: Los Angeles aired on CBS. This is explained by the fact that the CBS series was launched by the first interview given by Donald Trump since the presidential elections in the program “60 Minutes” which was watched by 20 million viewers and that allowed NCIS: Los Angeles to collect 12.11 million people. Furthermore the series is still quite popular and it is not impossible that it surpasses again The Walking Dead in the coming weeks. The question is whether the show AMC flagship continue on this path or happen to go back in the future. While waiting to find out, we wondered if Carl would be the new Rick in season 7 of The Walking Dead . What do you think ?