AMC Decides To Renew ‘Walking Dead’ Following Spectacular Ratings

November 9th, 2010 - 7:00 pm ICT by Pen Men At Work  

November 9, 2010 (Pen Men at Work): AMC has now decided to grant a fresh lease of life to its show, ‘Walking Dead’. The second season will comprise of thirteen more episodes. The zombie show gained immense popularity amongst the adults aged 18-49. Consequently, it became the most coveted show among all its other cable TV compatriots.

Andrew Lincoln, in his role as the leader of a bunch of human survivors has managed an enviable fan following with ‘Walking Dead’ completely surpassing all records. Jon Bernthal also featured as a star in the series. The series premiered on Halloween day and saw more than 5.3 million viewers watch the series with heightening interest. Sunday’s episode saw another 4.7 million which is surely an impressive retention rating for any show on TV. The records for ratings got broken left, right and center making the decision for a second season completely justifiable for AMC.

The renewal of the series was announced by the channel last Monday. The global renewal announcement for Fox International Channels’ also formed a part of the announcement. Various other countries of the world like Middle East, Europe, Asia and Latin America followed the United States of America as far as the high premiere ratings of ‘Walking Dead’ are concerned.

Charlie Collier, the president of AMC stated that the dead have spread and added that he was proud to bring the dead back again that too around the globe. The series ‘Walking Dead’ is based on the comic series written by Robert Kirkman which had been published by Image comics.

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