This is a list of television programs broadcast by AMC.

Current programming

Norman Reedus, star of the hit horror drama series The Walking Dead and Ride with Norman Reedus
Bob Odenkirk, star of Breaking Bad and its spin-off Better Call Saul
Bob Odenkirk, star of Breaking Bad and its spin-off Better Call Saul
Chris Hardwick, host of discussions shows Talking Dead, Talking Bad, Talking Saul, Talking Preacher, and Talking with Chris Hardwick

Drama

Comedy

Anthology

Unscripted

Docuseries

Reality

Variety

Acquired

Upcoming programming

Ordered

Scripted

In development

Scripted

Unscripted

Former programming

Drama

Comedy

Anthology

Miniseries

Unscripted

Docuseries

Reality

Variety

Co-productions

Acquired

Notes

  1. ^ Co-production with Alibi
  2. ^ Season 1 was a co-production between Sky Atlantic and Cinemax. AMC will co-produce with Sky Atlantic for season 2.
  3. ^ Co-production with RTÉ
  4. ^ Co-production with Movistar+
  5. ^ Simulcast on IFC
  6. ^ Co-production with Gran Via Productions
  7. ^ Second-run; Co-production with Spectrum Originals
  8. ^ Co-production with BBC Two
  9. ^ Co-production with See-Saw Films
  10. ^ AMC became a co-production partner in season 3.

References

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