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How to watch The Walking Dead streams for free on Twitch

Published: 18/Sep/2020 18:09

by Daniel Cleary


AMC’s hit television series The Walking Dead will be launching a Twitch channel for all content surrounding the show and its spinoffs, including episode premieres and more. Here’s how you can tune in for free.

Ahead of the Walking Dead’s Season 10 finale on October 4, it was announced that they would be starting a dedicated channel for the franchise on Amazon’s broadcasting platform, Twitch.

The Twitch channel, called TWDUniverse, will feature plenty of exclusive content each week for their interactive streams, giving fans of the three shows a chance to catch up on all things The Walking Dead. Here’s everything you’ll need to know.

Walking Dead universe poster
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Exclusive The Walking Dead content will be released on AMC’s new Twitch channel, TWDUniverse.

How to watch The Walking Dead streams

To watch you’ll simply need to tune into TWDUniverse’s official Twitch channel when they go live, which we also have embedded below.

The new Walking Dead channel will host a launch party on Sunday, September 20 at 7:30pm ET to celebrate the new channel, kicking things off with a Season 10 marathon.

While you do not need to create a Twitch account to watch any of their upcoming streams, you will need to make one if you plan on interacting in the chat or following the channel to get notifications when it is broadcasting.

Official TWDUniverse Twitch stream

What will be streamed on The Walking Dead’s channel?

AMC Networks revealed that followers of the stream will be able to participate in a ‘Watchalong’ during episode premieres every Sunday and with exclusive follow-up shows like The Walking Dead Catch Up, Re-Watching Dead, and Recapping Dead also expected to be released on the channel.

The channel has been described as a “first-of-its-kind live-streaming entertainment experience” and they will be continuing to expand with more exclusive content throughout the seasons.

They also announced that viewers would be able to “watch classic The Walking Dead episodes” on the channel as well.

While other TWD spinoffs have recently been leaked and teased, such as a TV series on fan-favorite character Daryl Dixon, it is also possible that this new channel could be used to debut some of their new shows in the future as well.

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Netflix viewers outraged over monthly price increase

Published: 29/Oct/2020 20:10

by Nate Searl


The price of a Netflix subscription in the United States is going up… Again. As you might expect, people are upset over the decision that will see them paying more to see their favorite shows.

Netflix did it again: they raised the monthly subscription cost in the United States. Once upon a time, viewers only had to pay $10 per month to watch their favorite shows and movies on the platform, but not after several increases in price.

Reports suggested that there might be another increase, and now, a subscription will cost $14 per month, $1 more than before, and a premium subscription will cost $18 per month. Naturally, this move is drawing a lot of criticism from viewers.

Fans outraged over Netflix subscription price increase

Netflix is the most popular streaming platform, and is estimated to bring in $18.5 billion in 2020 alone. This has led fans to question why they are hiking up the price even further and their official Twitter account is getting bombarded by angry fans. They claim the price increase will help bring more content to the platform for its viewers.

@Dannyis1337 points out that multiple other streaming services are cheaper, which is true. You can currently get ESPN Plus, Disney Plus, and Hulu all for $12.99 per month.

Another tweet calls Netflix out for not being able to compete, and claims they are cancelling their subscription. This is likely due to the service claiming that they are hiking up the price to provide more content.

Netflix stock surges

Despite the outrage from many fans, Netflix stock shot up by over 4% following the announcement, according to CNBC Now. This increase suggests that the platform will continue performing well, and fans won’t actually cancel their subscriptions.

There are plenty of fans claiming they are going to cancel their sub over the price increase, but whether anyone will actually do it or not remains to be seen.

Hiking up the price hasn’t hurt Netflix much in the past, even with subscribers getting upset over it. It remains one of the top streaming services worldwide, and there will be plenty of viewers that won’t have any problems paying the extra dollar each month for their favorite shows.