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Which cable providers provide access to watching full episodes on amc.com?
  • AT&T U-Verse
  • BEK Communications
  • Bright House Networks
  • Cable ONE
  • Charter
  • Comcast XFINITY
  • COX
  • LUS Fiber
  • Mediacom
  • Optimum
  • Time Warner Cable
  • Verizon FiOs
  • WOW

More are being added regularly so please check back at amc.com if you don't see your provider on this list.

Why must I log in with my cable account username/password to watch full episodes on amc.com?

Full episodes are offered as a benefit to cable subscribers whose provider serves the amc.com full episode service and whose package includes the AMC channel. We require a cable login to confirm your access.

Please note: amc.com does occasionally make select full episodes available without requiring login.

Which full episodes are available on amc.com?

Typically, you can watch the most recent episodes of in-season AMC shows currently on-air. New episodes become available on amc.com the day after they premiere on AMC and are available for a limited duration.

If a show is not in season, you will not usually find episodes on amc.com, except during special catch-up opportunities.

How can I watch full episodes on amc.com?

You must login with your cable subscription ID and password. If you are unsure whether you have a username/password for your cable company or you've forgotten them, you can recover both by contacting your cable provider via the links listed below.

Please note: You must have a cable provider that supports AMC's full episode service and you must have AMC as part of your cable package. (See the list of currently supported providers above.)

When you click to watch a full episode, you will be offered the opportunity to log in using the username/password associated with your cable account.

Do I need an amc.com account to watch full episodes online?

No, you do not need an amc.com account to watch full episodes. You only need the username and password associated with your cable account. Click here for more details

What if my cable provider isn't listed among those currently supported by amc.com?

If your current cable provider does not provide the full episodes service, please check back periodically at amc.com/fullepisodes to see if they've been added. We are currently working on bringing new providers on board.

Does amc.com offer full episodes that do not require a login?

Sometimes individual episodes are offered without login requirements during limited promotional periods.

I logged on using my cable provider username/password but when I attempt to play a full episode I get an error message that says I am not authorized to view this content. What does this mean?

If you have seen this message, it means that you are either a customer of a supported cable company but not a customer who subscribes to AMC, your subscription is for Internet only, or parental control settings are blocking this content. Therefore, you cannot access the full episode online.

If you believe you have received this message in error, please contact your cable company and confirm that you are subscribing to AMC.

Are full episodes on amc.com available internationally?

Currently, AMC's full episodes are only available in the United States.

Which browsers are supported by amc.com?

To watch full episodes online for Windows and Mac OS users, we recommend using Internet Explorer 9 and higher, or the latest versions of Firefox, Safari and Google Chrome with JavaScript enabled.

Which mobile devices are supported by amc.com?

Videos will play back in a web browser on supported iOS and Android devices. (Flash is not needed for mobile devices.)

Does amc.com offer closed-captioned episodes?

You can always count on AMC originals being closed-captioned whatever device you use. AMC is committed to providing closed captioning for our hearing-impaired viewers.

What are the system requirements to watch episodes on my computer?

In order to watch episodes on Windows or Mac OS, you will need to have Flash installed.

Do I need to be connected to the Internet or Wi-Fi to access full episodes?

Yes, you will need a broadband connection (LAN, DSL or cable modem) to watch content on Windows or Mac OS. For mobile devices, you will need a Wi-Fi connection or a 3G connection or higher.

When I watch an episode online, the video suddenly stops working. What should I do?

If you are experiencing technical difficulties with our video player, please make sure you have the correct system requirements. Also, please try closing your web browser then reopening it and signing in again. If the problem persists, please contact us at info-amc@amc.com giving detailed information including your cable provider and web browser (including version number).