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Who would have thought that a show about the zombie armageddon would draw fans and enthusiasts worldwide, and continue to break records not only for the AMC network, but for the market. The hit tv program, The Walking Dead, is the television tv program that everyone is talking about lately and the appeal continues to grow. Now in its third season, the program starring lead man Rick Grimes, is obtaining more ground as the scores continue to increase. The television program is in its mid-season break, and is set to get once more this February 10th where we could expect a substantial turnout.

During the first season of The Walking Dead, which just aired 6 episodes, the tv program balanced 5.24 million viewers over its brief first season. The most watched episode throughout season one was the season ending, "TS-19", that drew in an estimated 5.97 million viewers. The second season of the program was 13 episodes which was more than double that of season 1. Besides having even more episodes this time around, it additionally had even more people watching also. Season two averaged 6.91 million audiences and just as in the first season its most watched episode was the season ending. There was virtually 9 million viewers who tuned in to view the season ending, "Besides the Dying Fire". This was absolutely a renovation over the first season, but the ratings for season 3 is what would gain attention.

Season 3 of The Walking Dead has now expanded to 16 episodes, which is more than the first and second seasons. The 3rd season of the program is showing to be a substantial success for AMC and shows that a tale even about a zombie apocalypse could break records and compete with the huge networks. The first 8 episodes have aired thus far and the counts are astounding. During the first half of season 3 the tv program averaged 10.09 million customers that quickly surpasses that of the first two years. There were 5 episodes out the 8 which broke the 10 million audience mark. The season premiere, "Seed", had 10.87 million viewers making it the most viewed in cable history for a drama series. This is something that AMC most likely never expected or even dreamed about.

There are a growing number of individuals talking about not only season 3 of The Walking Dead, however the show in general. The 2nd half of the third season is preparing to pick up again this February and we have time for AMC and for the tv program to break even more scores records. On February 10th the episode, "The Suicide King", starts where the adventure left off after the mid-season finale. Because there are 8 episodes left in season 3 this leaves lots of time for more records to be broken and even more buzz to develop not only in the US, but worldwide. An example of which company website (http://thewalkingdeadhub.com/w...)

Far, this is a remarkable series and I'm totally invested in these characters. I think the series has actually hit every target its aimed at up until now. Season 3 looks like it will be the best yet and will expand the universe of the tv program. It will also include some brand-new characters that are pivotal to the comics, which should translate over to the show.


Throughout the first season of The Walking Dead, which only aired 6 episodes, the show balanced 5.24 million customers over its brief first season. The 2nd season of the tv program was 13 episodes which was even more than double that of season 1. Season two averaged 6.91 million customers and just as in the first season its most seen episode was the season finale. Throughout the first half of season 3 the show balanced 10.09 million viewers that easily goes beyond that of the first two periods, just see Full Posting (http://thewalkingdeadhub.com/w...).