The news channel's coverage will be offered for free to AMC Stubs members and their guests at 50 theaters in 25 cities nationwide. Participating cities include Atlanta, Boston, Orlando, Seattle and Jacksonville, Florida.
AMC Stubs members can bring two guests each.
Guests can choose to watch coverage in designated "red" and "blue" theaters for Republicans and Democrats respectively.
"On Election Night, as Americans gather in their communities to watch the conclusion of this historic election, we recognize that Democrats want to cheer with fellow Democrats and Republicans cheer with fellow Republicans," Elizabeth Frank, AMC's executive vice president and chief content and programming officer, said in a statement.
According to Deadline, the theater company used voter registration data to establish which theater locations should be designated as blue versus red.
Guests are welcome to attend the event at either "color" theater, regardless of their political affiliation.