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New Pilots Among Amazon Instant Video's Most Watch Episodes This Weekend
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.
Betas With Star Ed Begley, Jr. Headed To Pilot On Amazon Prime
Amazon Prime has added one more pilot to the list of those being produced for their Instant Video catalog, bringing the total to 14. They’ve given the greenlight to Betas, a half-hour comedy about a group of four computer geeks looking to make it big in Silicon Valley.
Zombieland TV Pilot Gets Official Green Light From Amazon, Lead Cast Confirmed
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.
Viewers To Pick Which Children's Pilots Move Forward On Amazon Prime
Amazon Prime is taking a different route into original programming than most of the other newcomers to the arena. While Netflix and Hulu are working mostly on dramas, Prime has just given the greenlight to five new children’s programs. These are in addition to the six comedy pilots the service ordered not long ago, for a total of eleven new programs.
FlixWorthy: Amazon Has Stargate SG-1, Netflix Has Burn Notice, And More
Welcome back to FlixWorthy, your guide to Netflix streaming...and more. To help you navigate the new and notable streaming releases, each new installment of FlixWorthy will highlight new and/or notable releases on Netflix, but also on two other competitors who offer premium memberships to huge catalogues of content: Hulu (Hulu Plus) and Amazon Instant Video (Amazon Prime).
FlixWorthy: Netflix Has Hell On Wheels, Amazon Has Fringe, And More
Welcome back to FlixWorthy, your guide to Netflix streaming...and more. To help you navigate the new and notable streaming releases, each new installment of FlixWorthy will highlight new and/or notable releases on Netflix, Hulu Plus, and Amazon Prime. This week we took a look at AMC's Hell on Wheels, Fox's Fringe, and Morgan Spurlock's "A Day In The Life."
FlixWorthy: Amazon Has Breaking Bad, Hulu Has Kevin Smith, And More
Amazon has Breaking Bad for two bucks an ep, Netflix is streaming Shawn Ryan's Chicago Code, Hulu has a new weekly Kevin Smith "anti-movie-review" show, and more! Here's what's FlixWorthy this week, kids...
Amazon/MGM Deal Adds Terminator, Stargate Series, And More To Streaming Catalogue
The new deal will give Amazon Prime customers instant streaming access to MGM films such as Silence of the Lambs, Dances with Wolves, Rain Man, and The Terminator. On the TV side of things, the deal will bring shows such as thirtysomething, Dead Like Me, and the various Stargate series.
Amazon Prime Instant Videos Now Available Through Playstation 3
I've found two issues with being an Amazon Prime subscriber. The first is the “free” two-day shipping, which is kind of a double-edged sword. As someone who prefers to avoid the mall at all costs, with the exception of the Apple store and the cineplex, the added convenience of two-day shipping included in the $79/year subscription fee for Prime is a good deal, especially around the holidays. Of course, it makes impulse buying dangerously convenient. I suspect Amazon knows this.
Fox Streaming Library, Including The Wonder Years, Finds A Home At Amazon Prime
The network already has deals with Sony, CBS, NBC Universal, and Warner Bros. so the Fox addition should round out the Amazon Prime collection quite nicely. The deal will add more than 11,000 items to the streaming library, including the hard-to-find The Wonder Years