The Walking Dead recorded an all-time high for AMC last night (Sunday), pulling in 10.9 million viewers.

Remarkably, the zombie drama’s third season opener ‘Seed’ managed a 5.8 demo rating with 18-49 adults, outperforming all cable and even terrestrial launches this fall including The Big Bang Theory, Modern Family and The Voice.

The Walking Dead‘s huge figures represent cable’s highest ever rating for a drama series in US TV history.

Never previously had an episode of The Walking Dead topped the 9 million-viewer mark.

Charlie Collier, president of AMC, said in a statement: “Thank you to the fans for making The Walking Dead such a tremendous success. We are honoured and humbled that

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television’s largest adult audience resides on AMC.

“So many people on both sides of the camera worked tirelessly on this project, and I thank and congratulate each of them for their amazing contribution.”

Executive Glen Mazzara recently acknowledged that the show suffered from “pacing” issues in the second season, but insisted these were “long gone”.

Source: Digital Spy.

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