We’d all but forgotten that cinema icon Woody Allen had signed to develop his first-ever TV series for Amazon streaming, and the director apparently wishes we had. A new interview sees Allen candidly admitting complete regret toward signing onto the series, as well that Amazon could be “crushed with disappointment” at the results in 2016.
If you’ve got one of those nifty Prime subscriptions, their Instant Video service is one of the great reasons to take advantage of it. Each month, Amazon releases a new batch of titles available to stream for subscribers, and June brings a handful of great classics along with a few more recent favorites. Read on for our guide to Amazon’s new Prime Instant Video releases for June.
With so many new titles heading to Netflix Instant each month, it’s sometimes easy to neglect your Amazon Prime subscription. Amazon also offers a wealth of new streaming titles free to subscribers each month, and May’s releases offer a handful of classics, new favorites and a few TV shows you’ve been meaning to catch up on. Read on for our guide to the new releases hitting Amazon Prime Instant Video in May.
Here’s your monthly reminder to take advantage of that swanky Amazon Prime subscription. In addition to all the great titles hitting Netflix Instant next month, Amazon Prime is also offering up a batch of new viewing options on their Instant Video streaming service. From old favorites to new, read on for our guide to the new Amazon Prime Instant Video releases arriving in April.
If you're paying for that nice Amazon Prime membership, don't forget to take advantage of the Instant Video service, which—in addition to Netflix—offers several new streaming titles each month. From old classics to new favorites and the latest seasons of must-see television, read on for your guide to what's new on Amazon Prime Instant Video in March.
If you’ve signed up for Amazon Prime, you should probably be taking advantage of their Instant Video streaming service, which offers tons of film and TV titles free to subscribers. This month brings some 2014 film favorites, including ‘Joe’ and ‘Mood Indigo,’ along with the second seasons of ‘Hannibal’ and ‘Orphan Black.’ And if you’re looking for something more romantic to watch in February, Amazon’s got you covered there, too. Read on for our guide to the newest releases hitting Amazon Prime Instant Video this February.
Over the last few months, Netflix has revealed plans to produce and distribute original films, like new projects from Adam Sandler, a ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’ sequel, and the new ‘Pee-wee’ movie from Paul Reubens and producer Judd Apatow. It seemed fairly predictable that Amazon would also get into the movie game pretty soon, following their slate of original streaming series, like the critically-acclaimed ‘Transparent.’
Amazon gained some serious credibility in the TV department in recent months, particularly with Sunday’s dual Golden Globe wins for ‘Transparent’ and star Jeffrey Tambor, but the retail conglomerate’s studio branch has its biggest match point yet. Woody Allen himself will write and direct his first TV series for Amazon, already ordered for a full season. I mean, it is Woody Allen.
Moppas and Pommas of the world, unite! Amazon's breakout drama 'Transparent' has officially taken home gold at the 2015 Golden Globes, winning Best TV Series, Comedy or Musical.
Just when you thought Guillermo del Toro might have had too much on his plate, from ‘Justice League Dark’ to ‘Pacific Rim’ sequels and FX’s ‘The Strain,’ the visionary director’s long-gestating ‘A Killing on Carnival Row’ may have returned to life. Amazon has begun eyeing the fantasy horror project as a new series, with del Toro in mind to direct the pilot.