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AMC Stories, AMC Reality launch on ITVX

AMC Stories, AMC Reality launch on ITVX
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ITVX signs a deal to add AMC Stories and AMC Reality collections to the streaming service.

ITV has inked a deal with AMC to launch two new collections via free streaming service ITVX.

'AMC Stories' - available now - offers hundreds of hours of drama and comedy content, including shows such as Portlandia, Brockmire, Creepshow and The Son.

Meanwhile, 'AMC Reality' will launch in May and feature shows such as Love After Lockup, Growing Up Hip Hop, Amazing Wedding Cakes, Million Dollar Matchmaker and LA Hair.

Tanya Gugenheim, svp of business development for AMCNI UK, said: "Our partnership and these launches represent an important next step in our streaming strategy of utilising our extensive library to make our content available to a broader audience, and we look forward to building on this strategy and taking advantage of future opportunities to come."

ITV already has a deal in place with AMC and CBS for a collection on ITVX called 'True Crime UK'.

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