The Walking Dead continues its fall, and saves the worst hearing of its history
Episode 10 of season 9 of The Walking Dead aired this Sunday, February 17, and its reception mark a sad record for the series.
If until now the episode 2 of season 1 won the trophy of the worst hearing with 4.71 million viewers, The Wrap explains that the last episode of the series AMC has beaten this sad record.
In fact, the episode Omega (our notice is available HERE) was watched live by only 4,54 million viewers, which is 12% less than the episode of the previous week.
It is not great shape
The Walking Dead, series, quasi-decadal, has experienced a sharp decline in audiences in recent years, recording a number of viewers during season 9 that is significantly lower than the previous season.
And in the future, the show will also have to cope with the loss of several key players to the screen. In addition to Andrew Lincoln and Lauren Cohan, who left the ship a little earlier this season, Danai Gurira, accustomed to long series, could do the same next year.
In spite of everything, these bad hearings have not prevented the series to be renewed by AMC for a tenth season. And even if 4,54 million viewers seem low compared to 17,03 of the first episode of season 7 (record of hearing), this score remains high for a series broadcast on the cable.
Bon bah it’s going to eventually