The Walking Dead Will Now Stream For Free on IMDb TV

The Walking Dead Will Now Stream For Free on IMDb TV

It just got a lot easier to catch up on past episodes of The Walking Dead and its companion series. Via Variety, AMC has just inked a new streaming deal with IMDb TV to launch The Walking Dead Universe Experience channel. Under this pact, viewers will be able to watch select episodes on IMDb’s ad-supported streaming service.

The new channel will be part of IMDb TV’s “Watch Live” collection. It will also feature bonus content that can’t be found anywhere else like behind-the-scenes footage, cast interviews, and more. Aside from the flagship series, the channel will also stream episodes of Fear the Walking Dead. Viewers can watch related AMC shows featuring some of the franchise’s most recognizable faces as well. These include Ride With Norman Reedus and Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s Friday Night in with the Morgans.

Kim Kelleher, president of advertising sales and partnerships for AMC Networks, also issued a statement about the new partnership.

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“This comprehensive, tailored content solution for IMDb makes the great shows and franchises AMC Networks is known for available to even more fans and viewers and expands our programming footprint in a compelling way on an exciting and emerging platform,” said Kelleher.

Users can access The Walking Dead Universe Experience channel on the IMDb app and website as well as on Amazon Fire TV devices and the Amazon Prime Video app. In the meantime, fans can expect The Walking Dead to return to AMC on October 4.

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