You Can Watch Old Walking Dead Episodes For Free Right Now

AMC Networks has partnered with a free streaming service to allow fans to relive their favorite episodes of The Walking Dead.


While we wait for the Season 10 finale of The Walking Dead, which has been delayed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, you'll soon be able to catch up on older episodes of the hit series on Pluto TV. This is thanks to a new deal between the streaming service and AMC Networks.

The two companies made the announcement on April 30 that starting May 1, the first five seasons of The Walking Dead will be on Pluto TV (via The Wrap). That means you can watch the incredible first season of Rick waking up in the zombie apocalypse and trying to reunite with his family. Or relive all the moments as Rick hangs out on Hershel's farm--for a whole season. This will also include the Governor saga and the adventure to Terminus.

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Additionally, this deal between Pluto TV and AMC will see IFC shows like Comedy Bang! Bang! and Documentary Now arrive on the streaming service as well.

Pluto TV is a free streaming service where you can watch live TV or VOD consisting of movies and TV shows. It is an ad-supported service, so while using it is free, you'll have to watch some ads here and there. Pluto TV is available on Android, iOS, Amazon Fire, Chromecast, Roku, PS4, Xbox One, and on desktop.

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