‘The Walking Dead’ Ratings Rise With “Sing Me A Song”

AMC’s The Walking Dead has been on a roller coaster when it comes to ratings. The highly anticipated premiere episode featuring Negan and the death of two fan favorite characters was watched by over 20 million viewers. Following that episode, ratings have continued to fall, expect for this week, which finally saw an increase.

Sunday’s “Sing Me A Song” episode, drew in 10.48 million viewers and earned a 4.95 rating in the 18-49. This was the first week to week rise when it came to ratings. The week prior brought in 10.4 million viewers and a 4.9 rating. This episode focused on the interactions between Carl and Negan. Carl (Chandler Riggs) is one of five remaining characters that were introduced during the first of Dead.

Riggs has been at the center of discusses surrounding rumors about his character. Riggs was hopeful that he will be able to pursue his college plans while continuing to work on The Walking Dead.

“You never know how it will go. I really do hope it works out because that would be really cool. I like to be in The Walking Dead and I like to play video games and just hang out with my friends and try to be as normal as possible so going to college would be another really cool, normal experience in my life. I want for it to work out.”

Riggs discussed how he could possibly balance the demands of college with the filming schedule of The Walking Dead.

“Theoretically, I could take one or two classes on campus and maybe an online class. My professors would have to be willing to cooperate. It wouldn’t be easy but I think that could be possible.”

Read Heroic Hollywood’s full recap of “Sing Me A Song” here. 

‘The Walking Dead’ airs on AMC Sundays at 9 p.m. ET.

Source: Comicbook.com

Chelsea Lewis

Chelsea Lewis

Chelsea Lewis, TV division, joined Heroic Hollywood in 2016. Prior to joining the team at Heroic, she worked for TheCelebrityCafe.com covering everything from music to...