How to Watch The Walking Dead Without Cable


UPDATED on July 30 with Season 10, Episode 16 details.

Watch The Walking Dead Season 10 Without Cable on AMC

Philo is the least expensive way to live stream The Walking Dead without cable.

It costs $20 per month, and delivers 58 live TV channels to your Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, iPhone or iPad (running iOS 9 or newer), and Android TV devices. 

You can quickly sign up for a free 7-day trial of Philo in under a minute using your mobile number. You’ll get networks such as A&E, HGTV and Investigation Discovery. 

If Philo isn’t for you, keep reading.

Watching “The Walking Dead” live without cable is getting a lot easier, and so isn’t catching up on old episodes.

This definitive guide on how to watch or live stream The Walking Dead will help you catch up on all the episodes including prior seasons.

“The Walking Dead” is one easiest of AMC’s shows to binge watch even if you don’t subscribe to cable or satellite television.

How to watch The Walking Dead Season 10

To get AMC without cable, you can tap into a number of live TV streaming services.

All of these services require an Internet connection because you are live streaming channels online instead of having them routed into your home over a cable cord or satellite feed. 

If you’re paying a lot for Internet, or have recently been quoted a high rate, read my guide on how to get Internet without cable at a decent price.

When is The Walking Dead Season 10 finale?

How to stream Season 1 through Season 9 of The Walking Dead

The least expensive way to catch up on Seasons 1 through 9 of The Walking Dead is with a Netflix subscription. Given that there are more Netflix subscribers than cable subscribers in U.S. households, there’s a good chance you already have most of the shows available to you.

Hey listen, I understand not everyone is a Netflix-head. There are plenty of people out there who happily chug along in their TV viewing life with an antenna and an OTA DVR. Nothing wrong with that.

Amazon is an alternative to stream Seasons 1 through Season 9 of The Walking Dead. An episode of The Walking Dead goes for about $3 these days. Apple TV fans can do the same through the iTunes store.

But really, Netflix is the best value to binge watch earlier seasons.

Streaming Netflix in HD costs between $12.99 per month. Netflix works on just about any major streaming device like a Roku or Amazon Fire TV. So even if you signed up for only a few months, your cost would be much less than buying full seasons.

Watch The Walking Dead without cable on Sling TV

Sling TV has the AMC channel in its entry-level channel bundle, called Sling Orange, which costs $30 per month for 30+ channels.

If you want to DVR episodes, you can use 10 hours for free or get 50 hours for $5 per month. Sling TV does have on-demand content, but I wouldn’t rely on this for catching up or binge watching The Walking Dead. Like I said: right now Netflix currently has the rights to stream Seasons 1 through 6.

Sling TV also has channels like A&E, History Channel, ESPN, Bravo, FS1, FS2, FX, HGTV and both Nat Geo and Nat Geo Wild. The Sling Orange bundle has a free 7-day trial without any obligation. Just be sure to cancel just before day 7 rolls around.

fuboTV: Watch The Walking Dead Without Cable

fuboTV now carries AMC Networks, which includes AMC, IFC, Sundance TV and BBC America to its sports-first channel lineup.

A subscription to the entry-level channel bundle called Fubo Premier gets you 100+ channels. FS1, FS2, NBCSN, CBS, CBS Sports Network, NFL Network, Golf Channel, A&E, History and Travel Channel are included. fuboTV has 80 percent of the regional sports networks offered in the U.S. 

fuboTV has 30 hours of Cloud DVR and a “lookback” feature which is similar to an on-demand option for games that aired in the last 72 hours.

You can try out fuboTV free for 7-days. The regular rate of $59.99 per month kicks after that. 

Philo: Watch The Walking Dead live stream

The least expensive way to watch a live stream of The Walking Dead on AMC is through Philo. The 58 channel lineup has A&E, Animal Planet, AMC, BBC America, Comedy Central, History, Nickelodeon, Travel Channel and Sundance TV.

Philo is available on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV devices and has an iPhone app. You can also watch on supported web browsers on Android devices, Macs and PCs.

There’s limitless Cloud DVR and on-demand for the majority of shows. You can read my review of Philo that I wrote after subscribing for three months.

You can also use Philo to sign in to the AMC app to catch up on prior episodes of The Walking Dead. Philo has TV Everywhere support for almost every channel that it carries, and you can even use your login credentials to watch authenticate apps on other devices like XBox One.

Sign up for a free trial of Philo with your phone number. The setup is super quick.

Watch The Walking Dead Online on YouTube TV

YouTube TV has AMC. For $64.99 per month, YouTube TV offers 85+ channels, including USA Network, FX and IFC.

YouTube TV works on every major streaming device, including Roku and Amazon Fire TV.

You can check out a free trial with YouTube TV if you’re a new customer.

Is The Walking Dead on Hulu?

No. The Walking Dead is not available on Hulu. It’s also not available on Hulu with Live TV. That may change at some point. But for now, Netflix has the rights to stream Seasons 1 through 9.

What’s the best way to live stream The Walking Dead?

Philo is the best choice for watching The Walking Dead without cable because you can’t beat the price.

So long as you have a Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV or Android TV device, you can live stream on your TV, or watch on a PC, Mac, iPhone or Android device. Do a quick signup with Philo to get a free week-long trial.

Sling TV also has a free 7-day trial. Sling TV’s Orange plan costs $25 per month for 30+ channels including AMC.

Just be sure to cancel a little early to avoid being charged if you get a free trial and don’t want to keep the service. 

I hope this guide on how to stream The Walking Dead helped you out. Consider giving it a share if you found it useful. What’s your favorite way to watch The Walking Dead without cable? Tell fellow readers in the comments below.

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