AMC is an American pay-TV station that is claimed by it namesake AMC Networks. The channel’s customizing, like that of FXM, basically comprises of dramatically discharged movies, alongside a restricted measure of unique programming. The station’s name initially remained for “American Movie Classics”, yet since 2002 the full name has been de-underscored because of a noteworthy move in its programming.
Starting at July 2015, AMC was gotten by roughly 94,832,000 families in the United States that buy into a compensation TV benefit (81.5% of U.S. family units with no less than one TV). In March 2015, Dish Network’s Sling TV declared it would before long start making AMC channels accessible to line cutters, including AMC, BBC America, IFC, Sundance TV, and We TV.