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Betas And Alpha House Get November Premiere Dates At Amazon Prime image
Amazon has finally set the premiere dates for their two new original comedies Alpha House and Betas. Both series will begin rolling out this month, with the first three episodes of each show made available for free to Amazon customers, while the episodes that follow will be made available to Amazon Prime subscribers exclusively. Alpha House will debut November 15, while Betas is set to launch November 22.
Kelly West 2013-11-05
Jeffrey Tambor Will Play A Transgender Parent In Amazon Pilot Transparent image
Jill Soloway, who wrote and directed the soon-to-release indie Afternoon Delight, is also writing and directing the pilot. Soloway has written and produced for such shows as Six Feet Under, United States of Tara and Greyís Anatomy.
Nick Venable 2013-08-07
Amazon Wins Emmy Award For Video Recommendations image
Netflix isn't the only streaming video service with Emmy cred to boast. Granted, Netflix got the jump on Amazon in rolling out some top-notch original programming, garnering the service numerous deserved Emmy nominations this year. But Amazon has already beat Netflix to the punch in actually winning an Emmy Award, not for original programming, obviously, but for its work on Personalized Recommendation Engines for Video Discovery.
Kelly West 2013-08-02
Michael Connolly's Bosch Could Be One Of Amazon's First Original Dramas image
Thus far, Amazon's focus in terms of its original programming has been on children's programming and comedy. But it looks like they're venturing into drama territory, and they're going with a popular series of novels to do it. Michael Connelly fans may be interested to know that Harry Bosch could be headed to the small screen, assuming things go well for the pilot Amazon has greenlit.
Kelly West 2013-06-18
Amazon Confirms Five Series Orders, Including Betas And Alpha House image
Previous reports had already indicated that comedy pilots Betas and Alpha House were going to series at Amazon Prime. Today, Amazon Studios has officially announced the series orders for both comedies, as well as three of the six children's pilots in contention at the streaming video service. Annebots, Creative Galaxy and Tumbleleaf have all made the cut.
Kelly West 2013-05-29
Amazon Picks Up Betas And Alpha House To Series, Drops Two Other Pilots image
Just a few weeks after Amazon made eight pilots available for audiences to both watch and review (as well as 14 childrenís pilots), the company is busy deciding which pilots to move forward to series and which wonít make the cut. On Friday, Amazon announced Betas and Alpha House have earned pick ups, while the high profile project Zombieland and Browsers will not be moving forward.
Jessica Rawden 2013-05-17
Amazon Children's Pilots: Kids And Mom Weigh In image
Among the set of pilots offered for viewers to check out and review on Amazon are a group of new childrenís shows. In the interest of giving them a fair review, I brought in a couple of TV critics of the proper age to check them out. Hereís what my kids, who are nearly 6 and 4, thought of the new shows, along with a parentís perspective on each show (including how annoying they are to adult viewers).
Leslie Kasperowicz 2013-04-22
New Pilots Among Amazon Instant Video's Most Watch Episodes This Weekend image
Amazon could be changing the game in their efforts to present a selection of pilots so that the general public can weigh in before they make their final decision on which of them will go to series. Whether any of the networks or streaming video services decide to follow suit in the future remains to be seen, but it's certainly an interesting and interactive way to bring the viewers in earlier in the process of taking a pilot to series or inevitably scrapping it.
Kelly West 2013-04-22
Amazon Pilots Review: A Lifeless Zombieland But Those Who Can't Can image
Amazon Studios has posted eight new comedy pilots at Amazon.com, which they are allowing viewers to watch and leave their feedback before the studio decides which of these projects will go to series. The greenlit projects will eventually go on to become part of Amazon Prime's original streaming content. We're taking a look at all of them and sharing our thoughts on each of them this weekend. Here are the final two reviews, Zombieland and Those Who Can't.
Jesse Carp 2013-04-21
Amazon Pilots Review: Betas Endears While Supanatural Is A Hot Mess image
Pilots are notoriously unreliable at explaining exactly what a show will bring to the table over the long haul, but the good news is that Betas, even in its early moments, never seems like a waste of time. Itís a charming comedy with plenty of unique characters (including a zany computer mogul played by Ed Begley, Jr.), and if fans give it a shot, it even has the potential to be very good.
Jessica Rawden 2013-04-21
Amazon Pilots Review: Alpha House Shows Great Promise, Onion News Empire Not So Much image
Four Republican Senators, ranging from very experienced to brand new, live in a house together to cut down on life clutter and expenses. Obviously, the premise is rife with comedic possibilities and potential shenanigans. Fortunately or unfortunately, itís also rife with partisan politics too.
Mack Rawden 2013-04-20
Amazon Pilots Review: Dark Minions And Browsers Deliver Villains, Interns And Laughs image
Amazon Studios has posted eight new comedy pilots at Amazon.com, which they are allowing viewers to watch and leave their feedback before the studio decides which of these projects will go to series. The greenlit projects will eventually go on to become part of Amazon Prime's original streaming content. We're taking a look at all of them and sharing our thoughts on each of them this weekend. Here are the reviews for Browsers and Dark Minions.
Kelly West 2013-04-19
Zombieland, Betas And Other Amazon Pilots Now Available To Watch And Review image
Amazon's doing things a little bit differently than network television. Rather than making their series orders before presenting the chosen shows to viewers, they're turning their site into one big focus group in giving the public a look at the goods before any decisions are made on which pilots will go to series. Today, Amazon made fourteen pilots available for viewing through Amazon Instant Video.
Kelly West 2013-04-19
Zombieland Trailer Arrives, Full Pilot To Be Made Available At Amazon  image
Following word that Amazon has given the official green light to the Zombieland pilot comes a trailer for the potential TV series, which would be available for Amazon Prime subscribers through the services streaming video feature, should it go to series. Like the film on which this TV project is based, this trailer sells zombies and humor, though I'm not sure it manages to match the tone of the film, but that may just be the trailer's miss and not a full reflection of the finished product. Or I'm just trying to be optimistic because I really want this comedy to work.
Kelly West 2013-04-17
Zombieland TV Pilot Gets Official Green Light From Amazon, Lead Cast Confirmed image
Zombieland may be a TV series soon enough! That in itself isn't really news. We've known that there's been a Zombieland pilot in development since January. But until today, Amazon hasn't gone on the record as being the studio behind the TV show follow-up to the popular zombie horror-comedy. film. Not only did Amazon announce that they've given the pilot the green light, which is in production, but they've also confirmed the cast for the project, which joins the other six comedy pilots and six children's pilots in the works at Amazon Studios.
Kelly West 2013-03-25
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