The Walking Dead Season 7: The hearings continue to fall!

While The Walking Dead 7 season continues in full swing on AMC, audiences are no longer at the rendezvous.

the-walking-dead-saison-7-episode-2-episodeHearings at half mast! And yes meltynautes, although the flagship series AMC continues to surprise us, the American public seems to have largely deserted the small screen. While the editorial ‘of melty announced that Norman Reedus (Daryl) and Andrew Lincoln (Rick) are well represented in Season 8 of The Walking Dead , the series is clearly in trouble a few weeks since she lost six million viewers in the space of only five episodes . A fairly consistent rout since the Season Premiere of the seventh chapter of the adventures of Rick’s group had collected 17 million fans to their screens. It was still the second record of the show all seasons! However, since October, audiences have been falling and is now about 12 million viewers who have remained loyal to The Walking Dead.
If these figures are still accurate for a cable channel, it puts somewhat into question the quality of the series . Indeed, she is about to run out of steam after seven years of loyal service? In any case, the violence of the Season Premiere is absolutely gone unnoticed since the series is currently watched by Ofcom, an organization resembling the CSA in France. They seek, in effect, whether the violence directed particularly during the murders of Abraham and Glenn were legitimate and consistent with the context. The Walking Dead does escape a warning? One thing is certain, we are confident that the series will continue to surprise us. Pending further information, the editorial ‘of melty wondered if the death of Carl in 7 of The Walking Dead season was already teasée. Do you think the series ran out of steam?

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