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Last year, FX and AMC rolled out new offerings that gave subscribers ad-free access to their shows for an additional monthly fee. But initially, FX+ and AMC Premiere were available only to subscribers of certain cable providers, like Comcast’s Xfinity.
However, taking a page from HBO Go—the premium cable network’s streaming service for subscribers—both FX and AMC have now expanded their offerings to all subscribers. The move not only gives the networks a new revenue stream; it also puts them on equal footing with ad-free competitors like Netflix and HBO.