What is AMC+ and how to subscribe to it

AMC+ is an premium streaming service offering original series, classic AMC shows, and curated movies. It is an ad-free on-demand streaming service available as an add-on to Amazon Prime Video and Apple TV subscribers. Subscribing to AMC+ is easy and comes with a 7-day free trial.

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AMC+ is a streaming platform owned by AMC Networks, an American company that specializes in the production and distribution of audiovisual content.

AMC is the creator of such successful series as “Breaking Bad,” “Mad Men” or “The Walking Dead.”

The streaming platform was launched in 2020 and is available in about twenty countries, including Spain and some Latin American nations.

What makes AMC+ different from other streaming platforms is its. exclusive catalog with in-house productions. including some of the most acclaimed films and series of the last few years.

How to subscribe to AMC+

To contract AMC+ in Spain, users can do so through various television operators and streaming services as an associated add-on. For example, it can be contracted through these other platforms by adding a monthly extra.

In this sense, the subscription costs 3.99 euros per month when subscribing through Apple TV, Orange TV, Prime Vídeo, Vodafone TV and Movistar +. If done through Jazztel TV it costs 4.95 euros per month.

In addition to being able to watch its content on smart TVs, AMC+ is also. available in the iOS and Android app stores.so users can access the platform from their own mobile devices.

The best contents of AMC+

The AMC+ catalog features such well-known series and movies as the following:

“Breaking Bad”: Crime drama series following the life of a chemistry professor (Bryan Cranston) who becomes a methamphetamine manufacturer after being diagnosed with cancer by pretending to earn income to support his family when he passes away. Considered one of the best series of all time.

“Mad Men”: Drama series about the world of advertising in New York in the 1960s. Its protagonist, Don Draper (Jon Hamm), becomes the reference of a male model in transition.

“The Walking Dead”: Drama/horror television series based on Robert Kirkman’s comics of the same name about a group of survivors of a zombie apocalypse.

“Halt and Catch Fire”: Dramatic series following the lives of computer pioneers in the 1980s.

“Fight Club”.: Psychological drama directed by David Fincher on the novel by Chuck Palahniuk, chronicles the struggle a man (Edward Norton) who struggles with insomnia and forms an underground fight club after meeting a quirky, anarchistic soap salesman (Brad Pitt).

“The Grand Budapest Hotel”: Comedy directed by Wes Anderson that follows the adventures of a concierge in a European hotel in the 1930s under the orders of the peculiar director played by Ralph Fiennes. Inspired by the writings of Stefan Zweig and with a delightful music by Alexandre Desplat.

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