The Walking Dead ratings increase with Here’s Not Here

Morgan Jones and Eastman, The Walking Dead - AMC
Morgan Jones and Eastman, The Walking Dead - AMC /

AMC’s The Walking Dead continues to expand on their audience with Sunday’s episode titled “Here’s Not Here”, which aired on November 1, 2015,

The Walking Dead had a divided audience when it came to the fourth episode of season 6.  While some of the audience loved learning how Morgan got sane and found peace, others found the episode to be a bit dry and instead wanted to continue the story involving the other survivors.  However, one thing is for certain, a lot of people tuned in to watch this episode.

According to, “Here’s Not Here” raked in 13.3 million viewers with 8.6 million in the 18-49 demographic.  While that is only a 1% increase in ratings from The Walking Dead‘s previous week, that means that over 130,000 more people tuned into watch AMC’s hit zombie drama than they did just seven days earlier.

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Much of this can likely be attributed to the drama surrounding the status of two major characters on the show, who were left in life and death situations when episode 3 of season 6 went off the air.  Sadly, there was no appearance or even mention of either of these characters in

“Here’s Not Here”

, yet fans continued to tune in to the episode.

Despite the ratings increasing for this episode, the show is down from last year’s numbers.  Ratings for The Walking Dead are currently about 8% less than the show at this time last year.  Still, with big numbers coming in 6 seasons into the show, AMC can consider the program to be a massive success and a ratings monster.

You can see The Walking Dead‘s next episode “Now” on November 8, 2015 on AMC.