As has been the case with preceding seasons, The Walking Dead's rating are only going up as the show's current season nears its end.
Sunday's Twice As Far episode, the fourteenth of season six, saw an up tick in viewers rallying to 12.7 million total live with 7.7 million of those falling into the key 18-49 demographic and 6.04 rating.
The numbers are slightly down in comparison to the Not Tomorrow Yet episode from March 6 but a bump from March 13's season 6 low. By comparison to season five's equivalent episode, Twice As Far was on par with the rest of season six for an 8% drop.
Talking Dead also saw a rise in viewership, nabbing 5.3 million viewers but only a 2.4 rating in the key demo.
The Walking Dead has two episodes left in its second season, airing Sundays at 9 PM ET on AMC.