AMC+, the new service where viewers can find content from across AMC Networks’ brands including AMC, Shudder, Sundance Now, and IFC Films Unlimited, is now available on Roku, through a premium subscription on The Roku Channel.
The service costs $8.99/month after a seven day free trial. The Roku Channel will have Black Friday deals on several premium subscriptions beginning November 26 and running through November 30, 2020, when the price of AMC+ will drop to $5.99/month for the first three months.
On AMC+, you’ll find titles including The Walking Dead, Gangs of London, Riviera, Soulmates and Mad Men. You’ll also get an on-demand library of shows, movies, documentaries, and more.
Here’s what you’ll get in the AMC+ bundle with your premium subscription:
- AMC: Offers current seasons of hit series from AMC, Sundance TV and IFC including “Killing Eve,” “NOS4A2” and “The Walking Dead” – as well as bonus footage, sneak peeks of future episodes and exclusive behind-the-scenes features
- Shudder: An essential offering for fans of horror and suspense with the largest uncut selection of series and films, including original hit series “Creepshow” and acclaimed documentary “Horror Noire”
- Sundance Now: Offers a rich selection of original and exclusive series, featuring true crime, heart-stopping dramas and thrillers from around the world, including “Discovery of Witches,” “Riviera” and “Killing for Love”
- IFC Films Unlimited: A streaming channel featuring a broad collection of theatrically-released and award-winning titles from IFC Films, the leader in quality talent-driven independent film
Along with The Roku Channel, AMC+ is available for Comcast Xfinity and Xfinity Flex customers, as well as DISH and Sling customers in addition to being available as a channel through Amazon and Apple.
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