Season Three Finale Of THE WALKING DEAD Delivers Series High Ratings With 12.4M Viewers
Despite facing stiff competition from the season three premiere of HBO's Game of Thrones (which broke records with an impressive 4.4 million), last night's finale of The Walking Dead managed to beat its mid-season premiere for an all-time series high. Read on for details!
AMC's The Walking Dead continues to go from strength to strength after last night's season three finale was seen by 12.4 million viewers (bigger than any other scripted series on broadcast last night). This narrowly beats the previous series high of 12.3 million for February's mid-season premiere. What makes these numbers even more impressive is the fact that it performed so well on not only Easter Sunday, but also at the exact same time that Game of Thrones returned over at HBO. Speaking of which, the third season premiere of that show pulled in 4.4 million viewers, making it the most watched episode of the series ever. What did you watch last night?
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