AMC Premiere is a premium upgrade to the AMC channel that's part of your existing pay TV package. Members can watch current AMC shows ad-free and get early access or full-season access to select shows. Plus receive perks like special content, exclusive extended episodes, bonus scenes, sneak peeks, uncut movies, and more.
Customers who have the AMC channel through over 400 different Cable, Satellite or Pay TV providers can subscribe to AMC Premiere. This includes customers who have AMC through many streaming TV providers. If you do not have commercially supported AMC as part of your TV package, you cannot currently subscribe to AMC Premiere.
Recent or in-season AMC shows are available ad-free on AMC Premiere. There are very limited exceptions, where only the ad-supported version of a show is available. It will be clearly communicated if a show or episode contains ad breaks. Also included are instant access to full-season binges on select shows, extended episodes, bonus content, original digital series, and a curated selection of uncut movies.
AMC Premiere is an upgrade of AMC, not a TV channel.
AMC Premiere is $4.99 a month and is only available to existing Cable, Satellite, or Pay TV customers with the AMC channel. If you upgrade on amcpremiere.com, there is an annual option of $49.99.
Most existing Cable, Satellite or Pay TV customers can watch AMC Premiere on amc.com or the AMC app on Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, and Xbox, iPhone, iPad and Android mobile devices.
Xfinity Comcast customers can find AMC Premiere on your X1 set top box in the on demand section, or by using your X1 voice remote to search for “AMC Premiere.” On other Xfinity set top boxes, you can find AMC Premiere in the on demand menu. You can also watch AMC Premiere on the AMC app for Apple TV, Roku, Fire TV, and Xbox, iPhone, iPad and Android mobile devices.
Yes, you can watch AMC Premiere on the Xfinity TV set-top box or through the AMC app on Apple TV, Roku, Xbox One, or Amazon Fire TV.
Select shows have full seasons available early. Otherwise, most episodes are available on demand at the same time they air on live TV. Some shows, like Talking Dead, are broadcast live and are available on AMC Premiere early the following morning.
On the AMC app, most customers only need to sign in with your TV Provider info. In certain cases, you will also need to sign in with your AMC account info.
On AMC.com, first sign in with your TV Provider info. Then sign in with your AMC account info.
To confirm you have logged in to AMC Premiere, you will see the AMC Premiere logo on the top left.
You can access temporary downloads for shows on AMC Premiere in the AMC app. Once added to your list, they will be available for 14 days or less if the episode is removed from AMC Premiere.
Since Talking Dead broadcasts live from the studio, the ad-free versions need time to be created and are added to AMC Premiere early the following morning.
For AMC Premiere customers, most AMC shows are upgraded to their ad-free versions. There are very limited exceptions, where only the ad-supported version of a show is available and there is no AMC Premiere version. It will always be communicated if a show or episode contains ad breaks.
For questions related to AMC Premiere, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please use this email address for the best customer service related to AMC Premiere, rather than contacting your TV provider directly.
If you subscribed to AMC Premiere through:
Apple TV or iPhone/iPad, follow the steps listed here
amcpremiere.com, manage your subscription here
Amazon Fire TV, manage your subscription here
YouTube TV, follow the steps listed here
Google/Android, follow the steps listed here
Roku, follow the steps listed here
Xfinity, manage your subscription here