When AMC announced its 2017 lineup last month, it also revealed that the company was planning to debut a brand-new spinoff series, The Walking Dead, in 2018.
The Walking Street, the company said at the time, would follow the lives of six survivors who have taken refuge in a post-apocalyptic, zombie-infested community.
AMC’s original spinoff The Walking DEAD premiered in 2014 on the AMC network and has since won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series.
The network is also planning to introduce a second season of The Walking, which would be the first of its kind.
AMC, meanwhile, also announced that it would be taking a “major step” forward in its commitment to the quality of its content by acquiring a new digital streaming service, The CW.
The company is set to launch The CW’s first digital streaming platform, the CW All Access, which will allow viewers to watch the full seasons of all its current shows and new series for free, starting in 2018, through the end of the year.
AMC already has a substantial library of classic shows that will be available to fans of its original series on all platforms.
Its other original content is also available on all these platforms, but fans have a better chance of catching up with the shows they love through the All Access.
The CW has a dedicated audience of 2.6 billion people who subscribe to the company’s streaming service.
But it’s unclear whether the All-Access will also be able to cater to the current audience that is already enjoying its original content, or whether it will be limited to fans who subscribe through its digital subscription service.
AMC declined to comment on whether it planned to offer The CW All-access for free or offer additional access options for fans who do subscribe through their service.
The decision is a significant one for the company, which was founded in 1967 by Robert Kirkman, creator of the popular comic book series, and has been known for offering quality programming for nearly 20 years.
The All- Access will offer additional original content for the new generation of fans, though it remains to be seen whether that will help AMC achieve its goal of increasing the amount of original programming that it offers for free through the new service.
It remains to see how many new shows AMC can release on the All access, and whether the service will have any reach beyond its existing fans.
The news of AMC making The CW available for free to fans was first reported by Variety.
The announcement was made in a statement on the company website.
AMC has been very excited to announce the launch of the Allaccess streaming service for the CW, TheCW, and The CW TV, with a number of new original series to launch this fall.
All of our programming, including The Walking dead, The Vampire Diaries, and more, will be delivered through the service, including the CW’s most popular shows, The Flash, Supergirl, The 100, and the entire CW library of shows and original series.
AMC will continue to offer the CW for free on The CW, as well as other subscription options for The CW customers.
AMC expects to make significant improvements to the AllAccess experience in the coming months.
With the Allattas launch, we are looking forward to a significant improvement in the quality and availability of our content, as we will be able stream the content in the comfort of our homes.
AMC also announced on Thursday that it will begin rolling out the AllAtta service on select Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Xbox, PlayStation, Samsung Smart TV, and Samsung smart home devices.
The service is currently available in the U.S. and Canada.
It is being rolled out over the next few months, and will be a part of Apple TV’s free streaming service in the United States.
AMC previously announced plans to release an original series in 2018 called Sons of Anarchy.
The show is being written by Greg Berlanti and stars the original cast of Sons of Liberty.
The original series is set in the aftermath of the events of the series finale.
AMC said that the series will follow the life of former Sons of Sam, who are now working for the FBI.
The series will be executive produced by Greg Nicotero, Peter Gould, and Andrew Kreisberg.
AMC is also bringing back its popular drama series, House, which returns in 2018 for a fourth season.
AMC recently renewed House for a sixth season, which means it will have another 13 seasons of the original series before it wraps up its run.
AMC was recently hit with the biggest bankruptcy filing in its history when its parent company, Time Warner, filed for bankruptcy in March 2018.
Time Warner has been facing a lot of criticism over its handling of the financial problems of its parent, including reports of financial irregularities in the financial statements for the network.