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Plex Adds Free Live TV From AMC and Other Channels

Back in June, Plex rolled out free live tv channels for everyone, and at the time, it offered 80 channels. That number has steadily grown since then, and now Plex has six new AMC Channels. That means you can watch episodes of The Walking DeadInto the Badlands, The Making of the Mob, and more. It’s all free right now

Unfortunately, you can’t just pick any episode of The Walking Dead you want to watch; this isn’t an OnDemand service. Plex’s Live TV is similar to Amazon’s free Prime Channels; you get a TV Guide-like experience telling you what’s on and what’s coming.

But unlike Prime Channels, you don’t need an account or a subscription. You can go to the Plex Live TV site and start watching right away, no need to log in or anything. The service now has more than 160 channels to choose from, thanks to the latest additions. Those include:

  • AMC Presents 
  • Absolute Reality by WE TV
  • All Weddings by WE TV 
  • Rush by AMC 
  • Slightly Off by IFC 
  • IFC Films Picks

You’ll get access to The Walking Dead, The American West, Kendra on TopMary Mary, My Fair Wedding with David Tutera, Amazing Wedding Cakes, Children of the Corn, Odd Numbers, Comedy Bang Bang, Baroness von Sketch Show, Stan Against Evil, The Man Who Knew Infinity, Comet,, Lost In La Mancha, and more. It’s a wide variety on top of an already large selection.

If you’re reading this and wanting to watch The Walking Dead, we checked. AMC Presents will offer a marathon of season two, starting Thursday at 7 P.M. Eastern. The season will repeat over and over through Friday night.

You can get to Plex’s new Live TV channels right now from the Live TV site.

Source: Plex

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