For the Past Two Weeks, “The Walking Dead” Viewership Has Gone Up – Bloody Disgusting

The Walking Dead
Every time we write up articles about the numbers “The Walking Dead” posts week-to-week, we get a slew of comments asking us why we care. Simply put, the AMC series is the hottest horror show on TV, and since the ratings dictate the show’s future longevity, the weekly numbers are of great interest to us; they’re a barometer, essentially, of the show’s health. The news, once again this week, is pretty good. This past Sunday night’s ‘Chokepoint’ posted a 1.8 rating among adults 18-49, with 4.83 million total viewers. That’s up from the previous episode’s 1.7 rating in the key demo, which pulled in 4.71 million viewers. For the sake of context, here are the episode-by-episode numbers for Season 9: Episode 9.1 – 6.08 million Episode 9.2 – 4.95 million Episode 9.3 – 5.04 million Episode 9.4 – 5.10 million Episode 9.5 *Rick’s Final Episode* – 5.41 million Episode 9.6 – 5.40 million Episode 9.7 – 4.79 million Episode 9.8 *Mid-Season Finale* – 5.09 million Episode 9.9 *Mid-Season Premiere* – 5.16 million Episode 9.10 – 4.54 million Episode 9.11 – 4.39 million Episode 9.12 – 4.71 million Episode 9.13 – 4.83 million  Season 9’s numbers had been on a steady ....


It’s not better than ever, but it’s damn good right now. . .

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