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AMC (Europe)

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AMC (Europe)

Launched 5 November 2014
Network AMC Networks International Zone (EMEA)
AMC Networks International Central Europe
AMC Networks International Iberia
Owned by AMC Networks International
Picture format 16:9 576i (SDTV)
1080i (HDTV)
16:9 576i (Video-on-demand)
Broadcast area Balkans
Eastern Europe
Replaced MGM Channel (Europe)
Website AMC Netherlands
AMC Spain
Digitürk Turkey Channel 8
UPC Direct Hungary Channel 71
OSN Arabic Channel 39
DStv Africa Channel 140
UPC Netherlands Channel 120
Ziggo Netherlands Channel 115
CAIW Netherlands Channel 29
Kabelmedia Brabant Gelderland Netherlands Channel 112
UNET Netherlands Channel 150
CAI Harderwijk Netherlands Channel 112
Telenet Belgium Channel 562
Numericable Belgium Channel 213
ONO Spain Channel 23
Belgacom Belgium Channel 194
Streaming media
UPC Horizon Watch live (Netherlands only)

AMC is a European TV channel launched by AMC Networks International. AMC replaced the MGM Channel (Europe) on 5 November 2014. AMC dramas Halt & Catch Fire and The Divide are among the first original series that premiered on the channel. The channel also airs movies from MGM, Paramount Pictures and Sony Pictures Entertainment.[1]


  1. ^ Robert Briel (20 September 2014). "AMC set for November launch in Europe". Broadband TV News. 

External links

  • AMC Netherlands Official Website
  • AMC Spain Official Website
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