"The Walking Dead" & "The Flash's" Ratings Slip Despite Overall Success

Despite massive zombie hordes and alternate realities, "The Walking Dead's" midseason premiere and "The Flash's" conclusion to its Earth-2 adventure weren't able to maintain their respective audiences, though both shows continued to enjoy impressive numbers.

According to Entertainment Weekly, "No Way Out" -- "The Walking Dead's" Sunday night return -- dipped 12% from last year's midseason premiere. Additionally, viewership fell to 13.7 million from the midseason finale's 18.3 million. Still, the numbers are nothing to scoff at; the show nabbed a 6.8 rating among adults 18-49, which is the highest adult demo rating for a scripted series this year.

"The Flash's" Earth-2 Adventure Earns Best Ratings in Over a Year

"The Flash" also experienced a 6% drop from last week's episode, Deadline reports. Nevertheless, the show managed to cinch the #2 spot for network television on Tuesday night with a 1.5/5 rating.

"Agent Carter" also fell a tick with a 0.7/2 rating, down a tenth from last week.

"The Walking Dead" airs Sundays at 9 pm EST on AMC. "The Flash" speeds to The CW on Tuesday at 8 pm EST. "Agent Carter" runs Tuesdays at 9 pm EST on ABC.

supernatural season 15 feature
Supernatural: Misha Collins Breaks Down the Winchesters' War with God

More in TV