Most times we have to cut cords in order to get rid of cable but end up missing most of our favorite channels we used to have. As usual we have brought an alternatives in AMC+.
Lets us guide you and tell you everything you need to know about AMC+, so here’s everything you need to know about AMC+.
What Is AMC+?
AMC+ is an online streaming service launched in June 2020 by AMC Networks. It’s known as a “premium streaming bundle,” containing “the best of AMC,” alongside programming from different AMC-owned networks and services.
These include AMC itself, the complete collections of Shudder, Sundance Now and IFC Films UNlimited. It also contains shows fomr AMC, BBC America, IFC and Sundance TV.
When AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapin spoke to The Hollywood Reporter, he described the company’s streaming smethod as viewing its brands as “specialty boutiques.” Rather than charge users unnecessarily like Netflix, Hulu, and HBO Max.
AMC+, will hold special to cord cutters who migrated to Hulu + Live T, which doesn’t contain AMCor any of the associated networks on it.
How Much Does AMC+ Cost?
AMC+ costs $8.99/month. Unlike its rivals, AMC+ does offer multiple packages for streaming, the package is fixed for $8.99/month. Plus it’s entirely advertising free.
The service does offer a seven-day free trial, which can be purchased through the different partners, although the free trial is not available through Xfinity, Dish, or DirecTV.
How to Watch AMC+
AMC+ is now available on Apple TV Channels, Amazon Prime Video Channels, Xfinity, DirecTV, Dish, Roku and Sling TV. There’s no way you get to miss out of the fun. Although, the company is still yet to develope a standard app for iOS and Android devices but if you subscribe through a provider, you can watch it on that provider’s app.
Presently, AMC+ is available only in the United States.
What Content Does AMC+ Offer?
Where to begin from. AMC+ offers a good amount of content across different brands.
To begin with, Mad Men, the series the gave AMC+ the push as a prestige TV destination. After a brief streaming run on Amazon Prime Video and IMDb TV in the summer of 2020, all seven seasons of the adventures of Don Draper and Co. became available in AMC+ in October of that year.
If you subscribe to AMC+ now, you’ll get the most recent seasons of The Walking Dead franchise, including The Walking Dead, Fear The Walking Dead, and The Walking Dead: World Beyond, although the older seasons of the original The Walking Dead remain exclusive to Netflix.
But as a subscriber you get an early look at the Walking Dead episodes, and the 10th season of The Walking Dead is only streaming on AMC+.
If you’re a fan of British shows, AMC+ is also a major destination. It’s the place to get acclaimed series such as Gangs of London, Spy City, and Riviera. But if horror is your thing, Shudder is a must.
The Sundance Now and IFC sides of AMC+ offer a steady amount of classic movies. The IFC Films Unlimited roster includes Boyhood, Blue is the Warmest Color, City of Gold, Sleepwalk With Me, Sword of Trust, and more. Sundance Now’s movie roster includes Fargo, Lady Macbeth, The Deep Blue Sea, and My Week With Marilyn.
What’s Not Available on AMC+
You shouldn’t expect to see everything traditionally linked with AMC+. Beginning from Breaking Bad, which debuted all five of its seasons on AMC but remains exclusive to Netflix for streaming. There are also some IFC originals that you can’t get on AMC+. Brockmire, another respected IFC series, has all four of its seasons exclusive to Hulu.
Is AMC+ the Same as AMC Premiere?
AMC+ and AMC Premiere are two streaming services offered by AMC but the aren’t the same thing so it shouldn’t confuse you.
AMC Premiere is an add-on that’s available for those who already subscribe to AMC; AMC+ offers all the content AMC Premiere offers, in addition to all of the other content from Shudder, Sundance, IFC, and the other brands.