Shudder and Sundance Now offering extended free trials!
Following in the footsteps of fellow streaming service Acorn TV, AMC Networks has chosen to also extend the original seven-day free trials to 30 days for new subscribers on Shudder and Sundance Now for those looking for a variety of entertainment as they practice the now-essential technique of social distancing.
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Shudder is home to a vast collection of horror, thriller and supernatural titles from iconic slashers such as John Carpenter’s Halloween to cult werewolf favorite Ginger Snaps to exclusives including 3 From Hell, Haunt and Mayhem. The service also has an array of series including AMC’s NOS4A2 and Channel Zero, as well as original Creepshow.
Sundance Now also features a diverse roster of content including the supernatural hit A Discovery of Witches starring Matthew Goode and Teresa Palmer, thriller Riviera starring Julia Stiles, British thriller The Cry starring Jenna Coleman, British psychological drama Cheat, New Zealand detective drama The Gulf, Nordic noir Wisting, French crime dramas The Red Shadows and The Bureau. Plus, subscribers can exclusively stream Emmy winner State of the Union starring Rosamund Pike and Chris O’Dowd and AMC/BBC’s acclaimed miniseries The Little Drummer Girl starring Florence Pugh, Michael Shannon and Alexander Skarsgård, as well as riveting true crime series Killing for Love with Amanda Knox’s podcast and Jonestown: Terror in the Jungle.
Fans heading to Sundance Now can use the code SUNDANCENOW30 to begin their extended 30-day free trial.