Just how high can The Walking Dead go? The answer to that question might still be a ways off. The AMC drama wrapped its fourth season with yet another ratings record on Sunday night.
The Walking Dead averaged 15.7 million viewers, a finale best. That's just 400,000 viewers shy of the previous all-time record, fall's 16.1 million-strong premiere. And looking at the comparable finale a year ago, The Walking Dead jumped a whopping 3.2 million.
AMC's The Walking Dead wraps its fourth season Sunday with an episode that promises to pack a wallop, judging by the zombie drama's three previous finales.
A refresher: Season one featured the suicide/bombing at the CDC after Rick (Andrew Lincoln) learned from Jenner that everyone was infected; season two featured the start of the "Ricktatorship" and first appearance of Michonne (Danai Gurira); and last season ended with Andrea's shocking death.
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from episode 414, "The Grove," of AMC's The Walking Dead as well as the comics it is based on.]
AMC's The Walking Dead delivered one if its most gut-wrenching episodes of its fourth season Sunday when Carol (Melissa McBride) and Tyreese (Chad L. Coleman) thought they'd found a new place to settle down and live a very humble life with Lizzie, her sister, Mika, and Rick's daughter, Judith.
[Warning: This story contains spoilers from episode 413, "Alone," of AMC's The Walking Dead as well as the comic series it's based on.]
AMC's The Walking Dead continued to explore two factions of its larger group Sunday, putting the focus on Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and her search for husband Glenn (Steven Yeun) as she traveled with Bob and Sasha, while her sister, Beth, has made the most from her time with Daryl (Norman Reedus).