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Adding to sister services Shudder, Sundance Now and AMC Premiere already on the leading subscription online video platform, AMC Networks has launched Acorn TV and UMC on YouTube TV.
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Acorn TV is claimed to be North America’s largest and most popular streaming service for British and international television while UMC is attributed with being the first and largest streaming service for Black TV and film.

Content now available on Acorn TV will bring programming such as Manhunt, Line of Duty (pictured), Agatha Raisin, Doc Martin, Keeping Faith, Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries and Midsomer Murders as well as Acorn TV Original series Queens of Mystery and Mystery Road. UMC’s YouTube TV channel will offer the likes of A House Divided Beyond the Pole Craig Ross Jr.’s Monogamy and Growing Up Hip Hop.

Acorn TV’s add-on channel is now available via YouTube TV for $6 a month, and UMC’s add-on channel is $5 a month.

Over the past year, Acorn TV and UMC have expanded their availability across various platform partners, most recently joining Apple TV Channels and The Roku Channel. AMC Networks says that other platforms will be added later this year.