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How to Watch AMC on Roku, Fire TV, & Apple TV

AMC has become a must-have network for many Americans. From The Walking Dead to Better Call Saul, AMC has been releasing hit after hit recently. The good news is you no longer need to agree to a two-year contract and pay for cable TV to get access to AMC live. Now you can pay for AMC just when you want it and stream it on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and more.

The following is our short guide on how to watch AMC on Roku, Fire TV, and the Apple TV:

Sling TV

With Sling TV, not only do you get AMC for starting at $25 a month you also get many other great channels.

Philo

Philo costs just $20 a month and includes access to the AMC along with other popular networks like the Hallmark Channel.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV includes AMC as part of its $49.99 package. You can try out YouTube TV for 5 days to see if it is a good fit for you before you pay.

fuboTV

With fuboTV you will find the AMC Network for $54.99.

AT&T TV NOW (Formally DIRECTV NOW)

AT&T TV NOW has added the AMC to its basic package.

On Demand

If you don’t care about live and especially if you only want one or two shows from AMC, buying a season pass may be the way to go. Many services such as iTunes and Amazon allow you to buy a season pass up front and get the show the next day. Although you may end up paying $20 to $30 upfront it’s a lot less expensive than paying $20 to $30 every month to watch one show.

Looking for other channels? Check out our full guide on how to find your favorite channels as a cord cutter HERE.

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