The wait is over dead heads: season 6 of The Walking Dead’ premieres this Sunday night (October 11th) and we have all the information on when and how to watch, so you don’t miss a second of the action.
The episode, titled “First Time Again”, starts at 9 P.M. (EST) on AMC and will be 90-minutes long, with ‘The Talking Dead’ airing immediately afterwards.
If you can’t watch it then you still have 2 more chances to watch it because AMC will repeat the episode immediately following Talking Dead at 11:30 P.M. (EST) and 1 A.M (EST).
Cable subscribers can also watch it on demand on AMC starting Monday, October 12th.
Free live streaming will not be available during the premiere, but you can stream through several outlets starting Monday, some of which are free.
These services are free but you will need to log in using a participating cable provider for access.
Amazon Instant video will also stream each episode starting Monday, but it is not free: you can pay $1.99 per episode or you can pay for the whole season for $24.99.
Hulu Plus currently does not have permission to stream current episodes of AMC shows, but if that changes we will let you know.
Season 6 of TWD is expected to be fraught with tension and danger as the group must face threats from behind and within the walls of Alexandria.
This Sunday’s episode features a record-breaking 600 zombies as the group and Alexandrians face their biggest threat ever, one that not everyone will survive.
In addition to the zombies the group must deal with the human “W”olves lurking just beyond the gates and must also contend with the Alexandrians mistrust of them, particularly Rick, who may find himself on opposite sides from his old friend Morgan.
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