AMC’s new campaign includes free streaming of The Walking Dead

Cooper Andrews as Jerry, Ross Marquand as Aaron - The Walking Dead _ Season 10, Episode 9 - Photo Credit: Chuck Zlotnick/AMC
Cooper Andrews as Jerry, Ross Marquand as Aaron - The Walking Dead _ Season 10, Episode 9 - Photo Credit: Chuck Zlotnick/AMC /

Amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic, AMC wants its audience to know We’re With You by offering free viewing of The Walking Dead and other shows.

The Walking Dead is rounding out its current season 10 this Sunday with the unofficial finale. AMC is giving Walking Dead fans the opportunity to watch the first half of season 10 for free with its We’re With You campaign.

AMC has released some great publicity videos featuring favorite AMC cast members from many of its series. Included in these videos are cast members from The Walking Dead, Fear the Walking Dead, and the yet released The Walking Dead: World Beyond.

The videos show some solidarity in the situation we all find ourselves in. Social distancing has really effected people because it is hard to be away from our jobs, friends, family, and all of the social settings we usually enjoy.  It is nice to see our favorite cast members sharing what they are going through during this time. It shows us we are not alone that this pandemic is affecting everyone.

This second video is impressive because it takes lines from AMCs series and melds them together into a fantastic message of what we are all currently experiencing.

As a part of this campaign, AMC is offering many of its shows for free on its website. The first half of The Walking Dead season 10 is included. Go to AMC and select which episode you would like to view with no log in required.

Sarah Barnett, President of AMC Networks Entertainment Group and AMC Studios, had this to say about the campaign in a press release from AMC.

"“We want to join with our talent and respond to this moment in the best way that entertainment companies can – which is, to entertain people. Our We’re With You campaign is intended to give information, to offer companionship in the kind of responsive way that linear tv is uniquely able to, and we want to offer audiences the chance to have a laugh, maybe especially important at times of crisis. We also wanted to make our great content available to more viewers at a time when we are all looking for fantastic things to watch.”"

The Walking Dead will air its unofficial finale of season 10 Sunday night. The official final episode will air sometime later in the year. Season 10 has been full of shocking as well as heartbreaking moments that will have fans anxious to see that final episode.

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Be sure to catch up on the first half of season 10 of The Walking Dead on And tune in to The Walking Dead season 10 marathon Sunday on AMC.