‘Better Call Saul’ Debut Ratings Break Cable Records, ‘Walking Dead’ Returns Steady

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The walkers claimed another one of the survivors last night on the midseason return of the AMC zombie apocalypse blockbuster and the spinoff of that sleazeball lawyer from Breaking Bad premiered with some bite too with the biggest series demo debut in cable history. Coming so soon after the death of Beth Greene in the midseason finale of November 30 last year, it was harsh blow for Rick Grimes and the rest of the gang on The Walking Dead. A great loss in terms of narrative, that is. In terms of ratings, last night saw another big result for the series based on the Robert Kirkman co-created comics, though it was just short of a high. Sunday’s Walking Dead was watched by 15.6 total million viewers and 10.129 million among adults 18-49. That demo result is just 539,000 behind what the special post Super Bowl episode of NBC’s The…

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