Full episodes are offered as a benefit to TV subscribers whose provider offers the full episode service and whose package includes the AMC channel. We require a TV login to confirm your access.Please note: The AMC app does occasionally make select full episodes available without requiring login.
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More are being added regularly so please check back if you don’t see your provider on this list.
When you click to watch a full episode, you will be offered the opportunity to login using the username/password associated with your TV account. You can also sign in via the main navigation menu.
If your TV provider does not provide the full episodes service, please check back periodically to see if they’ve been added. We are currently working on bringing new providers on board.
No, video extras are available without a TV provider login.
Since we use the same authentication service as other TV apps, your TV provider account may be carried over to the AMC app for your convenience.
Your TV provider may ask you to re-verify your account periodically.
If you have seen this message, it means that you are either a customer of a supported TV company but not a customer who subscribes to AMC, your subscription is for Internet only, or parental control settings are blocking this content.
Therefore, you cannot access the full episode on the AMC app. If you believe you have received this message in error, please contact your TV company and confirm that you are subscribing to AMC.
Sometimes individual episodes are offered without login requirements during limited promotional periods.
AMC originals with available full episodes are featured on the home screen. The AMC app also features our most popular shows. You can access the home screen by clicking on ‘Shows’ in the menu bar.
You can always count on AMC originals being closed-captioned whatever device you use. AMC is committed to providing closed captioning for our hearing-impaired viewers.
Yes. If you navigate to the ‘Recently Watched’ page found in the main navigation menu, you will see a list of recently watched full episodes. You can tap on an episode to restart or resume play.
If a full episode is not available on the AMC app, you will be able to purchase the episode through the Windows store button on the episode page.
Yes, you can simultaneously sign into multiple devices of the same platform but your TV provider may restrict a maximum number of allowed devices for concurrent streaming.
We recommend using Windows 8.1 and up.
We recommend using the latest operating system for Windows.
Yes, you will need a Wi-Fi connection or a 3G connection or higher.
No purchase is required to download the AMC app, but to view certain full episodes, you must login with your TV provider. For more information, click here.
Currently, the AMC app is available for download in the United States, Canada and U.S. territories including American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, US Military, United States Minor Outlying Islands and US Virgin Islands.
We do not have push notifications at the moment.
Yes, the AMC app supports chromecast for iOS and Android.
If you are experiencing technical difficulties with our app, please make sure you have the correct system requirements. Also, please try closing the app then reopening it and signing in again. If the problem persists, please contact us at email@example.com giving detailed information including your device model, operating system and TV provider if applicable.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a question about the AMC app that is not listed on this page.
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To watch full episodes, you must have a cable provider that supports AMC's full episode service and you must have AMC as part of your cable package.