On Dec. 10, 2017 at 9 p.m. local time, AMC will air “How It’s Gotta Be”, the eighth and final episode of the first half of season eight. Before the show goes on hiatus until 2018, the network aims to deliver one last shocking episode of the season. Allegedly, it’s will feature a moment so awful that even the The Walking Dead spoiler site, The Spoiling Dead, refuses to reveal it.
Amidst debating what devastating turn of events will likely mark the episode’s high point, you can get yourself ready for the big event. There are several ways to live stream The Walking Dead online for free, including the following methods.
Sign Up for Free Trials
Though AMC has a history of being locked in contract battles with major providers, services like PlayStation Vue and Sling include access in some of their bundles. Normally, these services charge a monthly fee, but each also allows for a limited free trial.
Depending on the service, trials can run anywhere from five to seven days, giving plenty of time to catch up on The Walking Dead’s mid-season finale. Registration does require a payment method, but so long as the membership is cancelled prior to the trial’s end, no charge will be made.
After the trial ends, PlayStation Vue’s lowest bundle is $39.99 per month while Sling’s is $20 per month.
A cable account is required to access content on AMC.com, but cable companies don’t typically limit the number of devices an account can sign in from. To watch the mid-season finale on AMC’s website for free, find a friend or family member that’s willing to give out their cable username and password.
AMC has an app that’s downloadable on most devices, including PS4, Xbox One, and Apple and Android tablets and mobile phones.
The Walking Dead’s season eight mid-season finale will be 28-minutes longer than a normal episode as the “All Out War” storyline continues to heat up.