The Walking Dead’s ratings continue to fall.

The Walking Dead’s midseason finale had 15.2 million viewers, which may sound pretty great for any other television show. But, that’s about three million viewers less than last year’s midseason finale.

According to data from Nielsen, which includes live watching and three days of delayed viewings, shows that fewer people are watching The Walking Dead. 

With that being said, The Walking Dead is still one of the most watched shows on television. In fact, the show has a large audience under the age of 50. The show averages more than 10 million viewers per episode in that category, which is the biggest in TV.

But the midseason finale, which aired on Sunday, represents another example of a ratings drop since the start of The Walking Dead season 7. For example, the season 7 finale had 20.8 million viewers. Since that first episode, the show has lost 5.6 million viewers, according to Nielsen’s data.

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