The dead continue to rise.
This Sunday's Morgan-centric episode of The Walking Dead marked the second straight week of a rise in ratings for AMC's hit show. The extended 90-minute episode pulled in an audience of 13.3 million total viewers with 8.6 million of those being in the key 18-49 demographic, at a 6.8 rating.
The numbers mark a 1% increase from last week's episode. With the big mystery regarding the fate of fan-favorite character and series-long mainstay, Glenn, continuing without any hint or reference in "Here's Not Here," fans have no choice but to tune in again this Sunday.
Compared to last season's episode four, which aired November 2, 2014, the November 1, 2015 show dipped 8% in total viewers and 11% in the 18-49 demo.
The Walking Dead was facing off with both the World Series and a battle of undefeateds on Sunday Night Football, yet still delivered big.
The Walking Dead airs Sundays at 9 PM ET on AMC.