Into the Badlands’ second season will premiere on March 19 at 10 p.m. ET on AMC. The genre-bending martial arts series is based off of a classic Chinese tale called Journey to the West. If the trailers and pictures are any indication, this is set to be an incredible television event that you don’t want to miss out on.
While AMC is a cable TV network, the good news is you don’t need cable to enjoy every moment. There are a few legal options to watch Into the Badlands online that you need to know about – services that’ll let you stream the first season live as it airs, or watch episodes the next day at your discretion, it’s your choice!
Read on to learn about the best legal ways to watch Into the Badlands online.
Catch Every Breathtaking Minute of Into the Badlands with DIRECTV NOW
DIRECTV NOW is a streaming service brought to you by AT&T, and it will get you live channels as well as on-demand, without any contracts or extra charges.
DIRECTV NOW channel bundles begin at the competitive rate of $35 a month. With that, you will get 60+ channels, and some on-demand features. And did you know there is even some better news for those of you who like to go mobile? You can watch Into the Badlands anywhere you want, with no mobile restrictions – and if you are an AT&T customer, without data charges, too. What’s not to love about that? Have a viewing party at home on your Apple TV, or in the airport on your laptop.
Don’t have an Amazon or Apple streaming player? No problem. Once you use up your free trial, if you decide you want to continue with the service, DIRECTV NOW will send you one. Just pre-pay a few months in advance – no obligation or extra cost.
You can take a look at our review for the full DIRECTV NOW channels list and more.
Sling TV Offers Both Into the Badlands Live Stream and On Demand
But that is not your only option to watch Into the Badlands on live television without cable. Going with Sling TV will allow you to watch the live streams of over 20 different channels, including AMC, all for $20 a month with their Sling Orange package. Channels such as ESPN, ESPN2, as well as TNT and CNN will be available to you as a live stream anytime, all without contract or hassle of regular cable.
As an added bonus, you’ll be able to watch Into the Badlands online on demand with Sling TV’s on demand section, so you’ll never have to miss an episode, even if you miss the live airing (shows usually become available immediately after airing, but sometimes take until the next morning). You’ll be able to watch AMC from your phone, computer, tablet, or TV with a streaming player (Roku, Chromecast, Fire TV, etc), giving you plenty of ways to watch. Check out our full Sling TV review here.
If you’re planning on watching the full season of Into the Badlands, sign up for three months and you can get either a free Roku Streaming Stick or 50% off of a Roku premium as an added bonus. This is a great way to watch Into the Badlands and everything else Sling TV has to offer directly on your TV.
PlayStation Vue Offers Into the Badlands Live Stream
Another legal way you can catch Into the Badlands online goes directly for Sony fans and streaming enthusiasts alike. PlayStation Vue is a live streaming service that gives subscribers access to a variety of popular pay TV channels. The service has a basic selection of channels (including AMC) starting at $29.99, but there are several others tiers if you would like to upgrade. You can even add stand-alone movie or sports networks for a small fee.
You should be able to watch Vue on most devices, including streaming devices like Roku, and now your PC or Mac. For more information on this product, read our PlayStation Vue review here. Or, if you’d like a free trial and to peruse your options, you can find that on their website.
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