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After A Brief Bump, The Walking Dead's Ratings Have Crashed To A New Four Year Low

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Trisha Lewis
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Season seven has been an...interesting one for The Walking Dead.

The show returned with an incredibly strong 17 million viewers for its debut, making it the second highest rated episode in the show’s history.

But in the next few weeks, the show lost millions of viewers, and ended up with between 10-11 million viewers, putting it at levels not seen since season three.

The gang was back together and ready to fight Negan and his Saviors, rather than being subservient to them, as they spent the first half of season seven getting kicked around like sad puppies.

With the war coming, the 7B premiere drew 12 million viewers, but just a few episodes later, the show has sunk to a season low, also a four year low, with 10.16 million viewers.

The new season low, “Say Yes,” was not an especially bad offering, but it does show that interest is continuing to wane.

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