AMC is one of the best networks on American Television today. Their roster includes an impressive line-up, featuring shows like “The Walking Dead," Better Call Saul," and “Preacher." In order to make things more convenient for loyalists of the network, they are working on a new Subscription Service that will allow their viewers to watch their shows without any ads.

Changing the model

According to a recent Reuters report, AMC will be launching a new subscription service that will be priced between $4.99 and $6.99.

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By paying this price, viewers can ensure that they can watch all AMC shows without being disturbed by ads. This new service will not be a standalone feature like Netflix or Hulu, but will instead charge the audience on top of the existing cable or satellite service that they are currently paying.

Apart from ad-free television, AMC also says that their viewers will be treated to heaps of bonus content, including behind-the-scenes extras, and digital-only series that will be produced by AMC.

What this means for the viewers

This is the first time a network is attempting to switch to such a unique model. Premium networks like HBO charge a special price in order to be make their content available to you, while subscription networks like Netflix only charge you a fixed amount for unlimited viewing privileges.

AMC is working on a middle ground, making itself available to all viewers who watch cable services, but will also cater to super fans of the network by providing a special subscription with bonus content.

If you are a fan of AMC shows this subscription service is certainly for you, otherwise you will probably remain unaffected by the major decisions being carried out by the network.

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The biggest draw for AMC remains “The Walking Dead," a series that is showing no sign of slowing down. They have already made a spin-off of the series, "Fear The Walking Dead." Unless AMC adds other big hits to their name, they might have a bit of trouble getting this service off the ground.