How to Watch AMC Online: The Definitive Guide
AMC is one of easiest networks to stream without cable.
That’s because more live TV streaming services added AMC Networks to its channel lineup. So whether you’re a fan of The Walking Dead, Killing Eve or Better Call Saul, now you can spend as little as $20 per month to live stream AMC.
My top pick right now for streaming AMC is through Philo because it’s the cheapest option out there. Philo gets you 59 channels, including AMC for $20 per month and unlimited Cloud DVR. Philo offers a free 7-day trial and has apps for Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV and Android TV devices.
Subscribing to a live TV streaming service can also get you on-demand access to your favorite AMC series in more than one way.
This guide aims to be the most comprehensive rundown of all your options to watch AMC live without cable or a satellite TV subscription.
Philo currently has support for Roku, Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV. I’m going to show you how to watch AMC live on Apple TV, Android TV devices, Fire TV and Fire Sticks.
Where is there an AMC live stream?
AMC is currently offered on four live TV streaming services.
AMC Networks owns and operates AMC, BBC America, IFC, Sundance TV, WE tv and streaming platforms like Sundance Now and Shudder. So if you do join a live TV streaming service, there’s an excellent chance you’ll see some or all of these other networks in your channel lineup.
What shows are on AMC?
You’re probably aware that “The Walking Dead” and older well-known shows like “Breaking Bad” come from AMC. But there are newer shows that are only a few of seasons in that are worth exploring.
Killing Eve, which originally aired on BBC America, is a pretty good example.
Watch AMC Live Stream online with fuboTV
If you’re a diehard soccer fan or need PAC-12 Networks in your channel lineup, then getting a subscription to fuboTV to live stream AMC makes a lot of sense.
It’s my runner-up pick if you don’t want Philo, and are looking for a broader channel lineup.
fuboTV is the first live TV streaming service to begin offering 4K HDR10 on supported channels. Of course, you’ll need a 4K HDR TV to enjoy the benefit.
The 110+ live channels in a fuboTV subscription includes BeIN Sports, A&E, History Channel, USA Network, National Geographic and SyFy Network. fuboTV added AMC, BBC America, IFC, Sundance TV and WE tv to its entry-level channel lineup last March. The company has also been making a big push to add local CBS, FOX and NBC stations throughout the U.S. this year.
fuboTV has up to 36 channels that carry sports and carries 80 percent of all regional sports networks in the U.S. A subscription costs $59.99 per month. You can look over what local channels are offered in your area.
You can try out fuboTV free for 7-days. The regular monthly rate kicks in after that. fuboTV works on Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV and just about every major streaming device.
Watch AMC online on Philo
If you own a Roku, signing up for Philo to get an AMC live stream makes a lot of sense.
You can get 58 channels, including Animal Planet, axsTV, Discovery and HGTV for just $20 per month. It’s the cheapest live TV streaming service around. And it comes with unlimited Cloud DVR. So you don’t have to pay something like $150 per month to Comcast or Spectrum for the pleasure of watching “Preacher” whenever you want.
At the moment, Philo supports live streaming on Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, Android TV devices, PC, Macs and iOS devices via a mobile app.
Philo supports TV Everywhere access for a number of other streaming devices, including Apple TV, Xbox One and Android TV devices.
I’m currently using Philo to live stream AMC and some other favorite channels like BBC America, and I’m very happy with the service. You can read my review of Philo, or check out the channel selection for yourself.
You can sign up for a free 7-day trial of Philoin less than a minute by using your mobile number.
AMC Live Stream with Sling TV
A subscription costs $30 per month. If you pre-pay for a two-month subscription, Sling TV will give you an Amazon Fire TV Stick for free.
You can add 50 hours of Cloud DVR for another $5 per month. A number of smaller add-on bundles for more sports, movies or niche programming range between $5 and $10 per month.
Sling TV works on Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Fire Stick, Chromecast and Apple TV. Sign up for a free 7-day trial of Sling TV, and simply cancel online if you decide the service isn’t for you. There’s no obligations or contracts with live TV streaming.
Watch AMC live on YouTube TV
YouTube TV has AMC in its 85+ channel lineup, and unlimited Cloud DVR for $64.99 per month. The channel lineup includes AMC, ESPN, FS1, FS2, and TNT.
You can watch YouTube TV on Roku, Apple TV and Android TV devices. YouTube TV does not support Fire TV or Fire Stick. YouTube TV has a free 7-day trial.
Are AMC shows on Netflix or Hulu?
You’ll find more AMC shows on Netflix than Hulu. Netflix carries all past seasons of The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul and others.
Hulu currently has past seasons of Killing Eve (under BBC America), Preacher, The Son and Fear of the Walking Dead. You can try out Hulu free for a week.
What’s the best way to get an AMC Live Stream?
There are a lot ways to get AMC without a cable subscription. So here’s a breakdown on the best ways to watch AMC live without cable.
- Philo is the cheapest option if you’re an Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV or Android TV user because you’ll only have to pay $20 per month. You’ll also get access to the AMC app to stream any episodes that you forgot to mark to record in your Cloud DVR. Try out Philo free fora week by signing up with your smartphone number.
- Sling TV is a decent option at only $30 per month. Sling TV has a free 7-day trial, but you can also pick up a streaming device by prepaying for two months of service.
- If you want to check out some live TV streaming in 4K HDR quality, then check out a free trial of fuboTV.
What’s your favorite way to watch AMC online? Which shows are you watching this season? Tell fellow readers in the comments below. For more tips on streaming, head over to the main page of The Cord Cutting Report.