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Ratings ‘The Walking Dead’ reach new low

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That it does not go well with the viewer ratings of ‘The Walking Dead’, the flagship of the American channel AMC, was already known. The figures are since the seventh season, in descending line, and halfway through the ninth season is even a new low reached: 4,79 million people watched the episode that was transmitted on Sunday 18 november. That report filmsite Screen Rant. For comparison, the premiere of the fifth season was still left with 17.3 million viewers eyes glued to the screen.

‘Stradivarius’, the second episode after the exit of its star, Rick Grimes, is the least watched episode ever of the zombieserie. The average number of viewers per episode, is halfway through the ninth season at 5.25 million; a decrease of up to 33 percent compared to the eighth season.

However, it is the last season of ‘The Walking Dead’ according to many specialized media and viewers, an improvement compared to the previous seasons. But that can’t help. Season 9 danger total is still less viewers to lure than the previous season, with an average of 7,82 million viewers on its turn is already a lot less than the 11,35 million of season 7.

It increasingly seems that the once popular zombieserie itself at the point of death. Once it was the series based on the Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie adlard which made same-named strip, a kijkcijfersucces: loved the premiere of the fifth season, a whopping 17.3 million viewers eyes glued to the screen. From season 3 was the average number of viewers per season, well above the 11 million. To the from the seventh season downhill began.

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