Do you love The Walking Dead, but hate paying for cable? If so, we have great news for you. You can finally watch new episodes of the AMC series without a cable subscription. Here’s how to watch The Walking Dead without cable.
Carl risked everything in an attempt to assassinate Negan on the December 4 episode of The Walking Dead, but sadly failed. However his failure led to our first deep look inside the Sanctuary, as well as an intense one-on-one between Rick’s son and the villain he’s most terrified of. As that was happening, Michonne concocted her own plan to get to Negan, and Daryl may have finally found a way out of his imprisonment.
Dish Flex Pack
Do watch a handful of cable networks, but little else? If so, the Dish Flex Pack may be right for you. With Dish Flex, you don’t have to pay for a bunch of channels you don’t watch. For only $29.99/month, Dish gives you a block of 50 cable channels, including AMC. Dish Flex lets you add additional channels: local networks, sports or family entertainment, for $10 each.
If you love The Walking Dead, but can’t stand the suspense, use the Hopper 3’s DVR to record the show, then skip ahead when the tension gets too thick. The Hopper 3 can record up to 16 programs at once — you’ll never have a conflict between The Real Housewives of Wherever and The Walking Dead. Plus with the Dish Anywhere App, you can watch live TV and your recordings on a phone or tablet.
Sling TV is the only service to offer new episodes of The Walking Dead as they air. All you need is high speed internet and a streaming device, like Amazon Firestick, to watch new episodes. You can’t pause or record on Sling TV — so make sure you pay attention. Sling TV Orange ($20/month) can stream episodes as they play on AMC, meaning that the stream starts at 9/8C. You can also watch its companion series The Talking Dead, hosted by Chris Hardwick.
You can also score new episodes of The Walking Dead on Amazon Video for $2.99 each. You can buy the entire seventh season for only $41.99.
If the only thing you love more than TWD is your iPhone, then you should download episodes from iTunes. They are $2.99 each, or get a season pass for $42.99.
If you still aren’t caught up on last season, you better get Netflix. They have every episode starting from Season 1 through the Season 6 finale. The only thing they don’t have is new episodes. Seasons usually drop on Netflix a month or so before the new season premiers. Walking Dead Heads get the most from both services. You can binge watch the reruns on Netflix, then tune into Sling TV to catch new episodes.
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