What was once a must-watch show¬†is pretty much fast becoming its own title - literally - as things are going nowhere
This past Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead saw ratings drop again, which is a 6-year low for the series.
The Walking Dead came in at a 3.4 rating among the¬†18-49¬†age group, with¬†7.845 million people tuning in.
The rating is the lowest since episode 6 of Season 2 back in 2011, and the viewership is also the fewest since the¬†next-to-last episode of Season 2
The decline in ratings certainly has to do with the Negan¬†story, which again similar to the show's title, is dragging on like a corpse drags its entrails.¬†
The show has declined since killing fan-favorite characters Glenn and Abraham, with no likeable characters having¬†replaced them.¬†
AMC is also being hit by lawsuits from Walking Dead creator Robert Kirman and the series producers, which can only lead to additional problems (and potentially already has).¬†
Watch previews for the next episode below.
"The Walking Dead"¬†airs Sundays at 9pm ET starring Andrew Lincoln, Norman Reedus,¬†Lauren Cohan, Danai Gurira, Chandler Riggs, Sonequa Martin-Green, Josh McDermitt, Ross Marquand, Christian Serratos, and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.