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Now, everyone knows that Netflix is the king of all streaming services without seeing specific data in the same way we know the wind exists without actually seeing it. But this is just how much more popular it is than the competition.
Recent years have seen streaming television shows keep up with the traditional network, and Amazon Prime found a real winner with original series Mozart in the Jungle. Luckily for those of us who have already watched the first two seasons, Amazon has now announced that Mozart in the Jungle has been renewed for a third season.
The time has come to rejoice for doll-enthusiasts. After toys like Transformers and Legos and now even Stretch Armstrong have gotten movies and shows, another timeless toy will be hitting the screen to the surefire delight of young and old(ish) fans alike.
Remember when Miley Cyrus was best known for leading Disney's Hannah Montana and not being loud and lewd? Her return to television will be a departure from both teen comedies and on-stage twerking, as she is set to take on a leading role in a new drama.
With infamy, comes the rumor mill, including allegations that Jeremy Clarkson was off his rocker and possibly even dealing with an alcohol problem around the time he punched Oison Tymon in the faceósomething Jimmy Fallon can likely sympathize with. Now, James May is coming out to defend his TV partner.
For anyone who is into high-quality scripted television, then there is much to cheer over in terms of how many original series have been hitting streaming sites in the past couple of years. But could that lead to trouble as time goes on?
Amazon definitely doesn't take for granted the appreciation and accolades earned by Amazon Original series. Thanks to the recent Golden Globes wins, the company is now offering a Prime subscription discount.
We expect reveals like these to come from shows from all different kinds of genres, including big name programs like Pimp My Ride. However, I wasnít expecting former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson to come out and explain in detail that a segment the show created was 100% rigged.
Amazon's new hit series The Man in the High Castle has become successful enough for the streaming service to order up a second helping.
A week ago, Amazon was talking about putting together a new function for Amazon video users that is truly innovative. Amazon works fast, and the company has already moved forward with the new function.
Streaming services giving subscribers access to an entire season all at once is a great change for the more impatient among us, and Amazon Prime has produced some of the most engaging series. The latest commissioned project looks really, really cool.
The story continues to unravel as Amazonís new series Man In The High Castle remains in hot water due to its advertisements. New York City residents have voiced their disapproval for the ads in MTA Subways, and definitive action has been taken in response.
To celebrate the release of the new Amazon series, the streaming service put up ads on the New York Subway that nod at both the pasts of Germany and Japan. Obviously, some people have not been excited about the Nazi imagery.
The darned thing still doesnít have a title, but Clarkson recently revealed that fans are not going to be seeing Top Gear 2.0 when the three men return to the small screen. The show is going to be very different from Top Gear, in fact, and thereís a good reason for that.
Weíre not sure if youíve heard this, but a lot of people watch TV shows online. I know, right? Well, if there arenít enough on-demand and over-the-top services available to you now, get ready, because there may be another not too far away, even if it is one thatís already in the game.