Walking Dead season four finale ends with a boom, a ratings boom

If you caught the season four finale of ‘The Walking Dead’ last night, you weren’t alone. The popular series hit a finale record on Sunday night, reaching 15.7 million viewers and 10.2 million adults 18 to 49. Which just so happens to be the head-shot of demographics.
During the season four finale, Rick Grimes and the band of stragglers finally arrived at the Terminus, (we won’t spoil anything for you) and AMC can celebrate the victory for the next few month as fans wait for the next season.
Even the show “Talking Dead” hit a record 7.3 million viewers and 4.7 million adults 18 to 49. Everything about the fourth season of “The Waling Dead” ended on an upward trend, with 13.3 million live/same day viewers per episode being the average for the show.
Charlie Collier, AMC president left this statement to fans, “Thanks to Robert Kirkman, Scott Gimple, the other terrific executive producers and the entire cast, crew and network for working together to bring the fans another unforgettable season of ‘The Walking Dead.’ To see this show serve as the centerpiece of a truly historic night on AMC is truly gratifying. So many played a role in this success, across all three shows, in giving the fans a reason to continue to return in ever-greater numbers. And so we say, until next fall, ‘Welcome to Terminus.'”
So we ask you the reader,is it October yet?

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