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Sunday Ratings: Faithful Few Are Watching the End of “Walking Dead,” “Billions” At Half Viewership from 2020
Sunday night, 7.8 million people watched the desultory Emmy Awards. That doesn’t seem like much but things were worse on cable. Over at AMC, “The Walking Dead” is on its last legs. Its final season began on August 22nd down 44% from the prior season, which wasn’t so great to begin with. But at least TWD started with 2.2 million fans sticking around. They’ve lost 300,000 viewers over the last five weeks. They’re not coming back.
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Connie's back but trapped in a house of horrors when Lauren Ridloff returns to The Walking Dead. After escaping the collapsed cave where Alpha (Samantha Morton) and the Whisperers hid their walker horde in Season 10, it was Michonne's (Danai Gurira) one-time friend Virgil (Kevin Carroll) who found Connie stumbling through the woods outside of Oceanside. When they hole up in a house crawling with mysterious creatures in "On the Inside," streaming now on AMC+ ahead of a September 26 airing on AMC, Connie and Virgil must survive together in their own "horror movie" episode of The Walking Dead.
New licence plates often come out twice a year, in March and September. Now motorists have been blessed with a new “71” licence plate which was launched earlier this month. But it’s worth remembering that before you get excited picking up your new registration plates, some combinations are banned. The...
What's the scoop on Stephanie? Eugene (Josh McDermitt) is sweet on the mystery woman (Chelle Ramos) who got him (soft)served with an official violation of the Commonwealth criminal code in Sunday's "Out of the Ashes," but an ice cream cone could give away the real Stephanie on The Walking Dead. In Season 10, Eugene and traveling companions Ezekiel (Khary Payton), Yumiko (Eleanor Matsuura), and Princess (Paola Lazaro) make the 300-mile trek to rendezvous with Stephanie: the woman whose voice came over Eugene's long-range radio for the first time in the Season 9 finale. In Season 11, Eugene and Stephanie finally come face-to-face at the Commonwealth, but the unsuspecting Eugene faces a rocky road.
AMC's The Walking Dead is shuffling toward its own endgame, and some 11 years after the series first aired under very different circumstances, there's no telling how things will round off. As Angela Kang's zombie showstopper continues to use the comic series of the same name as a loose framework, season 11 is setting up some major twists.
With AMC's The Walking Dead: World Beyond returning for its second & final season on October 3rd, Iris (Aliyah Royale) sees it, as she, Elton (Nicolas Cantu), Silas (Hal Cumpston), Felix (Nico Tortorella), Will (Jelani Alladin), and Hope (Alexa Mansour) will have their hands full taking the fight for the future to Huck (Annet Mahendru), Elizabeth (Julia Ormond), and CRM. Except that there might be a major new obstacle in their way, a familiar face we haven't seen since she took off via helicopter on TWD with Andrew Lincoln's Rick Grimes. Now, series co-creator Matt Negrete is offering fans some intel via EW on what the return of Pollyanna McIntosh's Anne aka Jadis could mean- especially when she's sporting CRM military garb and dropping lines like, "I know that the Civic Republic is the last light of the world, and my purpose is to create a new era on this planet." Here are some of the highlights:
Spoilers below for anyone who hasn't yet watched The Walking Dead's fifth episode of Season 11. Be warned!. The Walking Dead is definitely in the thick of Season 11 now, at five episodes in. (Or six, if you're staying current with AMC+.) And the installment titled "Out of the Ashes" gave fans some pretty big moments, including Yumiko's reunion with her brother, as well as Eugene's eventual arrest. There were also three separate appearances in the episode from characters, to to speak, that fans might not have immediately realized were more interesting and/or important than it first seemed.
The Walking Dead didn't silence the Whisperers. On Sunday's Season 11 Episode 5, "Out of the Ashes," Alexandrians discover Hilltop squatters: what's left of the skin-wearing Whisperers once part of the pack led by Alpha (Samantha Morton) and then Beta (Ryan Hurst). When survivors of The Whisperer War that trashed Alexandria return to the Hilltop Colony, burnt down by Alpha and her army in the Season 10 episode "Morning Star," ex-Whisperer Lydia (Cassady McClincy) spots herded walkers. The group of Aaron (Ross Marquand), Carol (Melissa McBride), and Jerry (Cooper Andrews) find Keith (Brad Fleischer) in a fleshy mask the Whisperers used to walk with the dead.
Showrunner Angela Kang also teases a possible opposites-attract romance between Mercer and Princess. Warning: This article contains spoilers for Sunday's episode of The Walking Dead, "Out of the Ashes". Welcome to the Commonwealth! Eugene & Co. got their first look at the new community on Sunday's episode of The Walking...
'The Walking Dead' star Cailey Fleming would love to keep playing Young Sylvie on season 2 of 'Loki' or a new character in the MCU
Cailey Fleming tells Insider she's a huge fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and would love to return to "Loki" or play a new character in the MCU.
The Walking Dead serves up a slice of the comic books when Yumiko (Eleanor Matsuura) reunites with her long-lost brother Tomi (Ian Anthony Dale) at the Commonwealth, putting a twist on Michonne's family reunion. Spoiler warning for Season 11 Episode 5, "Out of the Ashes." After arriving at a Commonwealth outpost and finding her photo on the Wall of the Lost in the Season 11 premiere, "Acheron: Part 1," Yumiko's pre-apocalypse status as a high-profile lawyer entitles her to certain privileges. During processing in "Acheron: Part 2," Yumiko asks about her family member — a thoracic surgeon before the fall — who she believes is living at the Commonwealth and looking for her.
'The Walking Dead' star says Rick is Judith's 'dad' even if she learned Shane is her biological father: 'He raised her'
Cailey Fleming tells Insider it wouldn't change anything if Judith ever finds out Rick isn't really her father.
'The Walking Dead' star wants to keep Rick's hat when the show ends: 'I don't see why we couldn't take one'
Cailey Fleming tells Insider there's one souvenir she'd love to keep after "TWD" ends after 11 seasons.
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