TV guide AMC does not confuse the rating of the series, which has declined by half since peaking several years ago.
American TV channel AMC has planned to extend the zombie series the Walking dead for another 10 years. Reported by Forbes.
Channel CEO Josh Sapan said that the leadership did not confuse the current ratings of the series, which has declined by half since peaking several years ago.
“We have a plan for the next 10 years. This is a neat plan, showed a respect for the large army of fans”, – he said and added that in the future possible spin-offs of the Walking dead.
It is noted that the Walking dead is the highest rated series on AMC. It three to five times ahead of all the other programs on this channel.
We will remind, on may 30, it became known that the lead actor of the Walking dead TV series Andrew Lincoln leaves the show after the ninth season. His screen time will be reduced, and the main star of the show will be Norman Reedus, who plays Daryl Dixon.
Earlier it was reported that the first trailer of the new season of the Walking Murtazov. Its premiere will be held in October this year.
The walking dead is an American post-apocalyptic television series based on the eponymous comics. The premiere took place on 31 October 2010. In 2015, there were spin-off Fear the walking dead.