‘The Walking Dead’ Drops to All-Time Low in Ratings and Viewers

TheWrap | 2/20/2019 | Tony Maglio, Reid Nakamura
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“The Walking Dead” definitely isn’t dead, but it is at an all-time low.

Sunday’s episode, titled “Omega,” averaged a 1.7 rating in the key 18-49 demographic, down 15 percent from the prior week’s midseason premiere and slightly below its previous all-time demo low of 1.8 last fall.

Week - Show - Performance - Viewers - People

This week also marked the show’s worst-ever performance in total viewers with 4.54 million people tuned in for Sunday’s episode. That’s down 12 percent from last week and less than the previous low of 4.71 million for the show’s second episode in 2010.

The episode aired against the NBC All-Star Game on TNT and TBS, likely accounting for the week-over-week declines.

Series - Ratings - Declines - Years - Numbers

The aging series has seen steep ratings declines across the past few years, with viewership numbers for Season 9 coming in well below the previous season....
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