How to Watch the Final Season Of ‘The Walking Dead’ Without Cable
Part two of The Walking Dead’s final season premiered on Sunday (Oct. 2), and fans couldn’t help but notice one zombie’s resemblance to another horror icon: Freddy Krueger.
The Krueger impersonator appears during a scene in which survivors are sloshing through the sewer. Before the Krueger zombie gets too close, Daryl (Norman Reedus) shoots him and the group continues on their way. Following the appearance of the zombie onscreen, viewers took to Twitter to point out the undead monster’s resemblance to the slasher series star.
How to Stream ‘The Walking Dead’ Without a Cable Box
The Walking Dead airs on AMC on Sundays at 9 p.m. ET and at midnight on AMC+ ($6.99/month after a free seven-day trial). The series will be available to stream on AMC.com, but access to episodes will require a cable, satellite, or streaming provider log-in.
Watch The Walking Dead live or on-demand on AMC-supported streaming platforms like Philo, which starts at $25 per month after a free trial. Direct TV Stream and Fubo TV are two other low-cost platforms. AMC can also be added to any Hulu account for $6.99 per month.
By adding AMC+ as a premium channel on Prime Video, Amazon Prime members can watch The Walking Dead season 11 and previous episodes. For the first week, you’ll get a free trial to watch The Walking Dead and other AMC shows like Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire, Moonhaven, A Discovery of Witches, and Killing Eve. After the free trial period expires, the membership will renew for $6.99 per month.
Those who do not wish to subscribe to AMC+ can purchase episodes of The Walking Dead on Prime Video for $1.99-$2.99 per episode. Episodes can also be purchased on Vudu, Google Play, and Apple TV.
The Walking Dead can also be found on YouTube TV and Roku. Seasons 1–9 of the zombie apocalypse series are now available on Netflix.
AMC is kicking off October with a slate of beloved shows and new series, including Interview with the Vampire, which premiered last Sunday (Oct. 2), followed by the series finale of Kevin Can Go F**k Himself on Monday (Oct. 3) and the season finale of AMC+ Original Pantheon on Oct. 13.
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