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Sunday Cable Final Nationals: ‘The Walking Dead’ on AMC Leads Despite its Six-Year Low

Although the Nov. 19 telecast of AMC’s “The Walking Dead” was the series’ lowest-rated episode (according to Live + Same Day data) among adults 18-49 since the second season fall finale from Nov. 27, 2011 (3.5 rating) and its least-watched episode in total viewers since second season winter premiere from Feb. 12, 2012 (8.1 million), the zombie drama still dominated the night’s cable landscape.

What follows are the Live + Same Day rating results for the night’s top original cable telecasts on Sunday, November 19 (with the night’s cable ranks according to total viewers and adults 18-49 in parentheses):

Walking Dead (AMC, 9:00 PM, 73 min.)
– 7.845 million viewers (#1)
– 3.42 A18-49 (#1)

Talking Dead (AMC, 10:13 PM, 60 min.)
– 2.620 million viewers (#4)
– 1.09 A18-49 (#2)

Real Housewives of Atlanta (BRAVO, 8:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 2.203 million viewers (#8)
– 0.88 A18-49 (#3)

Xscape Still Kickin It (BRAVO, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 1.403 million viewers (#22)
– 0.57 A18-49 (#11)

Parts Unknown (CNN, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 0.679 million viewers (#68)
– 0.17 A18-49 (#89)

This Is Life (CNN, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 0.801 million viewers (#60)
– 0.21 A18-49 (#64)

Alaska: The Last Frontier (DISC, 9:00 PM, 62 min.)
– 2.223 million viewers (#7)
– 0.36 A18-49 (#25)

Edge of Alaska (DISC, 10:02 PM, 61 min.)
– 1.549 million viewers (#17)
– 0.25 A18-49 (#46)

Tangled: The Series (DSNY, 7:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 1.217 million viewers (#31)
– 0.22 A18-49 (#57)

Live from the Red Carpet: 2017 American Music Awards (E!, 6:00 PM, 120 min.)
– 0.717 million viewers (#67)
– 0.47 HH
– 0.24 A18-49 (#49)
– 0.23 A18-34

Keeping Up with the Kardashians (E!, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 0.774 million viewers (#63)
– 0.37 A18-49 (#24)

WAGS (E!, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 0.296 million viewers (#100)
– 0.16 A18-49 (#97)

Guy’s Grocery Games (FOOD, 8:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 1.065 million viewers (#40)
– 0.33 A18-49 (#28)

Guy’s Big Project (FOOD, 9:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 0.661 million viewers (#69)
– 0.20 A18-49 (#67)

FX Movie Prime: Minions (FX, 8:00 PM, 120 min.)
– 1.154 million viewers (#35)
– 0.41 A18-49 (#23)

Hallmark Original Movie: A Gift to Remember (HALL, 8:00 PM, 120 min.)
– 3.883 million viewers (#2)
– 0.66 A18-49 (#5)

The Great Wall (HBO, 8:10 PM, 103 min.)
– 0.812 million viewers (#59)
– 0.27 A18-49 (#40)

Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO, 10:01 PM, 34 min.)
– 0.910 million viewers (#49)
– 0.30 A18-49 (#34)

Hawaii Life (HGTV, 8:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 1.273 million viewers (#26)
– 0.22 A18-49 (#57)

Hawaii Life (HGTV, 8:30 PM, 30 min.)
– 1.185 million viewers (#32)
– 0.22 A18-49 (#57)

Beach Hunters (HGTV, 9:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 1.130 million viewers (#36)
– 0.19 A18-49 (#77)

Beach Hunters (HGTV, 9:30 PM, 30 min.)
– 1.075 million viewers (#39)
– 0.20 A18-49 (#67)

Island Life (HGTV, 10:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 1.016 million viewers (#43)
– 0.18 A18-49 (#82)

Island Life (HGTV, 10:30 PM, 30 min.)
– 1.006 million viewers (#44)
– 0.18 A18-49 (#82)

HMM Original Movie: A Bramble House Christmas (HMM, 9:00 PM, 120 min.)
– 1.656 million viewers (#15)
– 0.20 A18-49 (#67)

On The Case with Paula Zahn (ID, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 1.088 million viewers (#38)
– 0.29 A18-49 (#36)

Shameless S8 (SHO, 9:07 PM, 51 min.)
– 1.336 million viewers (#24)
– 0.47 A18-49 (#20)

Outlander 3 (STARZ, 8:01 PM, 57 min.)
– 1.234 million viewers (#28)
– 0.28 A18-49 (#38)

Search Party (TBS, 10:00 PM, 28 min.)
– 0.792 million viewers (#61)
– 0.26 A18-49 (#42)

Search Party (TBS, 10:28 PM, 32 min.)
– 0.524 million viewers (#82)
– 0.18 A18-49 (#82)

90 Day Fiance: More To Love (TLC, 6:00 PM, 120 min.)
– 0.657 million viewers (#71)
– 0.17 A18-49 (#89)

90 Day Fiance (TLC, 8:00 PM, 125 min.)
– 1.546 million viewers (#18)
– 0.47 A18-49 (#20)

Unexpected (TLC, 10:05 PM, 64 min.)
– 0.836 million viewers (#56)
– 0.24 A18-49 (#49)

Liga MX: Santos vs. America (UDN, 7:00 PM, 154 min.)
– 0.478 million viewers (#85)
– 0.24 HH
– 0.24 A18-49 (#49)
– 0.17 A18-34

Source: Live+Same Day data, Nielsen Media Research

Written by Douglas Pucci

Douglas Pucci (a.k.a. “Son of the Bronx”) has worked with Mr. Berman for more than a decade. A Bronx native, NYU graduate and once-intern for VH1's "Pop Up Video," Pucci went on to design, build and maintain websites for various non-profit organizations in his hometown of New York City. He also contributes to the sports website Awful Announcing.

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  1. For Nov. 19, could you please post the usual info for the 8 a.m. showing of Ninja Steel on Nick? Thanks!