Thanks to shows like Breaking Bad, Mad Men, and The Walking Dead, AMC has earned their reputation as one of the best networks on television. While the flagship network is available to Sling Orange and Blue subscribers, Sling is now carrying six additional channels from the AMC family of networks. Each of these channels features very different programming, but they have one thing in common: an emphasis on quality that’s long been a cornerstone of the AMC brand.
Here’s a look at the new AMC channels now available on Sling. Current subscribers can add them to their Orange or Blue package, while new users can purchase them as standalone channels on top of our Sling Free experience. Click on the network's name above the videos to add to your package now!
What’s on: If you’re a fan of the horror genre, you can now scare up some fun with Shudder. Featuring a massive library of classic horror films, original movies, and first-run series like Creepshow, Shudder has the content that will keep you up night after night.
What to watch: Creepshow, Room, Mandy, NOS4A2, Horror Noire, Halloween
What’s on: Acorn TV features some of the most popular and critically acclaimed programming from international markets like England, Ireland, and Australia. From prestige dramas to pulse-quickening thrillers, Acorn TV has over 2,500 hours of content available, with original programming added each month.
What to watch: Deadwater Fell, Agatha Raisin, Dead Still, Mystery Road
What’s On: One of the biggest brands in independent cinema, IFC is now celebrating 20 years of producing award-winning indie films. But as its name suggests, IFC Unlimited has much more than just art house releases; their on-demand programming also includes titles from Sundance Selects and the horror imprint IFC Midnight. Taken together, IFC Unlimited offers hundreds of films in every genre, making it a premium destination for fans of high quality filmmaking.
What to watch: Boyhood, In the Loop, Anitchrist, Sleepwalk With Me, The Trip series
What’s On: The slogan for Sundance Now is “Start Something New,” a fitting message for a network that prides itself on introducing audiences to addictive new shows. Much of their programming focuses on character-driven dramas like Riviera and A Discovery of Witches, but you can also find original thrillers and captivating true crime documentaries.
What to watch: A Discovery of Witches, Sanctuary, Jonestown, Killing For Love, Riviera
What’s On: Created by BET founder Robert L. Johnson, UMC (Urban Movie Channel) is the first-to-market premium streaming channel for African American audiences. With dozens of originals, a rotating selection of classic movies, and new content added weekly, UMC has plenty to keep you entertained. Even better, a ton of WE tv content is also available on the service, so if you love reality programming, UMC and WE tv gives you the best of both worlds.
What to watch: Monogamy, Stuck With You, Behind Her Faith, A House Divided, Double Cross
What’s On: Cocina On is the go-to source for Spanish-language cooking shows. With a massive library of award-winning shows hosted by some of the top chefs in Latin America, Conica On will whet your appetite for some of the best food in the world. And once you’ve had your fill, be sure to check out the network’s documentaries and travel shows.
What to Watch: Alta Cocina En Baja California, Maestros Del Taco, D.O.S., Panes y Quesos