Walking Dead season 10, episode 11 streaming: How to watch online and download

Season 10 of The Walking Dead has been one of the most dramatic runs to date with skullduggery aplenty with Alpha (played by Samantha Morton) waging a war against the communities. The series is going to be particularly eventful after actress Danai Gurira announced she was departing with viewers in for an emotional farewell for the samurai sword-wielding fan-favourite. Michonne has been offscreen since the series returned from its midseason hiatus and it’s unclear whether the forthcoming instalment will be tackling her departure but she will be heading off into the sunset soon.

How to watch The Walking Dead season 10, episode 11

In the US

The next instalment of The Walking Dead is titled Morning Star and will be airing on AMC in America on Sunday, March 8.

There are a number of ways to watch the show online including via the AMC website but you will need to use your cable TV provider login for access.

To watch the episode online, download the AMC app for free and simply provide details of your cable provider to access the episode.

The app allows users to access content on a range of portable devices including mobile phones, laptops and tablets.


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The AMC app is only available to download in the following territories: the United States, Canada, American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, US Military, United States Minor Outlying Islands and US Virgin Islands.

For an additional fee, the American broadcaster as another subscription platform called AMC Premiere, which gives fans of The Walking Dead access to episodes ahead of broadcast.

AMC Premiere is currently offering a 50 percent deal which means it only costs $24.49 for an annual subscription rather than the usual price of $59.99.

Alternatively, you can access AMC Premiere for $4.99 per month, which would give you access to episodes of The Walking Dead 48 hours earlier than broadcast.

The streaming platform also gives fans 48 hours early access to new episodes of spin-offs Fear The Walking Dead and The World Beyond without any adverts to interrupt the viewing experience.

In the UK

In the UK, you can watch the episode on Monday, March 9 at 9pm on FOX UK.

FOX UK is available to those with a NOW TV subscription, allowing you to stream the episode live or watch on catch up after broadcast.

The Walking Dead and other content can be watched on NOW TV with an Entertainment Pass which costs £8.99 monthly.

The subscription is rolling and can be cancelled at any time.

You can sign up for a seven-day free trial with NOW TV which will give you access to the episode but in order to watch the entire series, you will need to have a subscription with episodes dropping weekly.

You can also catch up previous episodes of The Walking Dead season 10 on NOW TV.

The episode can also be watched if you have a Sky Go account which requires a Sky subscription to access content for free.

Sky Go allows you to watch programmes on mobiles, laptops and PCs or Macs.

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There are different tiers of Sky subscriptions with various channels and broadband deals included.

You can use Sky Go to watch The Walking Dead on different devices and platforms either live or after broadcast.

While Sky Go allows access to lots of content, some programmes will not be available on the service.

FOX UK is on Sky channel 124 and Virgin channel 157.

If you don’t have NOW TV or Sky, a third option is to watch The Walking Dead via Amazon Instant Video but you will have to purchase episodes for season 10.

However, seasons one to eight are available under the Prime subscription and can be watched for free.

The Walking Dead airs on AMC on Sundays in the US and on FOX UK on Mondays in Britain at 9pm

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