If you currently watch Fear the Walking Dead and Ride with Norman Reedus via Max, today, October 31, is the last day you can do so. Beginning September 1, AMC Networks partnered with the streaming service Max, formerly HBO Max, to offer several AMC titles in a cross-streamer promotion.
In what was called a “pop-up” promotion, seven of AMC’s popular titles would be available for a limited time on Max, all of which will be removed at Midnight on October 31.
- 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
These titles were featured on a special AMC+ Picks on Max branded menu on both the ad-free and ad-supported subscriptions.
Where to watch Fear the Walking Dead?
Fear the Walking Dead is currently airing its final season on AMC and AMC+, leading to the two-episode series finale on November 19. The last season features the return of Troy Otto (Daniel Sharman) and his attempts to get revenge on Madison (Kim Dickens).
Stream episodes of Fear TWD on AMC’s streaming service AMC+ subscription.
Where to watch Ride with Norman Reedus?
Ride with Norman Reedus recently concluded its sixth season, which featured special guests Keanu Reeves, Josh Halloway, Johnny Knoxville, and Ari Law.
AMC+ subscription costs
AMC+ with ads – starting at $4.99 a month
AMC+ ad-free – $6.99 a month, if billed annually
– $8.99 a month, if billed monthly
Dan McDermott, president of entertainment and AMC Studios for AMC Networks, said this regarding the deal.
"“AMC Networks makes great shows, and our goal is to bring these shows to as many people as possible, in ways that best serve viewers. This promotional arrangement with Warner Bros. Discovery is a terrific opportunity to serve up some of our most popular and critically acclaimed programming to millions of Max subscribers in the U.S. for two full months.”"