Warner Bros. Discovery is Partnering With AMC Networks To Add AMC+ Shows to Max For a Limited Time





Great news for Max subscribers soon you will be able to stream select AMC+ shows including Fear The Walking Dead. This comes as AMC and Warner Bros. Discovery have agreed to a 60-day streaming deal to bring AMC+ programs to Max.

 The shows Max will be adding from AMC+ are “Fear the Walking Dead” (Seasons 1-7), “Anne Rice’s Interview With the Vampire” (Season 1), “Dark Winds” (Season 1), “Gangs of London” (Seasons 1-2), “Ride With Norman Reedus” (Seasons 1-5), “A Discovery of Witches” (Seasons 1-3) and “Killing Eve” (Seasons 1-4).  

“Starting 9/1, Max will feature AMC+ Picks on Max, a collection of seven AMC+ series, providing subscribers with an opportunity to enjoy award-winning shows from the brand for 60 days. Series include FEAR THE WALKING DEAD (Seasons 1-7), ANNE RICE’S INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE (Season 1), DARK WINDS (Season 1), GANGS OF LONDON (Seasons 1-2), RIDE WITH NORMAN REEDUS (Seasons 1-5), A DISCOVERY OF WITCHES (Seasons 1-3), KILLING EVE (Seasons 1-4). AMC+ Picks on Max will be featured in a branded rail, available on both the ad-free and ad-lite subscription tiers of Max, giving subscribers the chance to unlock a world of new characters and stories. The AMC+ titles will not include advertising.” Warner Bros. Discovery said in a statement on its website.

In total, this deal will bring over 200 episodes of AMC programs to Max.

This comes as Warner Bros. Discovery said it will add 24/7 news from CNN starting September 27. CNN Max will not be a live feed of the cable network but will feature live programming from CNN US, CNN International and feature original programming built specifically for Max. The streaming service says this is part of an open beta for news that will enable experimentation with product features, content offerings, and original storytelling.

There will also be new programming exclusively for max subscribers, including CNN Newsroom with Jim Acosta, Rahel Solomon, Amara Walker, and Fredricka Whitfield,” and “CNN Newsroom with Jim Sciutto.” You will also find featured CNN content like “Amanpour,” “Anderson Cooper 360,” “The Lead with Jake Tapper,” “The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer,” and more.

When the service launches in September, you will find the current CNN hub renamed to CNN Max. Not only will you find live content there but also over 900 episodes of CNN’s new and legacy programming. This will include  “Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?” and “The Whole Story with Anderson Cooper,” and more.

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