The final one and a half hour episode of The Walking Dead season 5, aired by AMC on Sunday, March 29, 2015, set a new record for the network. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the finale now stands at 15.8 million viewers, of which 10.4 million are in the 18-49 age group.
Last year's season 4 finale was slightly lower. below – 15.7 and 10.2 million people. Taking into account the re-screening, the ratings for the fifth season finale will surely exceed the twenty million mark and fourteen million in the demo.
However, the record still belongs to the premiere of the fifth season. Then, on October 12, 2014, "The Walking Dead" was watched by 17.3 million people, of which eleven belonged to the category of viewers from 18 to 49 years old. Based on currently available data, it appears that Key Audiences for Season 5 are up nine percent from the previous season.
Another record was set on Sunday night, March 29th. The show "The Talking Dead" attracted 7.5 million viewers from the screens, of which 4.9 million – adults 18 to 49 years old.
Recall that according to Nielsen, The Walking Dead topped the annual list of the highest rated TV shows mentioned on Twitter in 2014. Each episode of the zombie drama attracted an average of 4.934 million people, and the number of mentions was 576 thousand.
In late summer 2015, the accompanying series "The Walking Dead" will debut on AMC.
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