Amazon is going all in on the Woody Allen business. The streaming-video giant has made some decisive moves in their quest to supplant Netflix as the dominant player in this increasingly crowded marketplace, one of which was landing Woody Allen for an original TV series back in January 2015. Last time he checked in about it, Allen wasn’t doing so hot with the TV format — he told Deadline that he “regretted every second since I said okay” to helming the six-episode series for Amazon — but he evidently enjoyed working with the studio, because Amazon has now announced that they will release Allen’s untitled next film.
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If you’ve been paying for an Amazon Prime subscription, you should probably take advantage of their Instant Video offerings. March brings several new streaming options, including both original Ghostbusters films (to get you pumped for Paul Feig’s new ’busters), along with acclaimed recent movies like The End of the Tour and 71, and new seasons of Louie and Orphan Black. Read on for our guide to what’s hitting Amazon Prime Instant Video in March.
We weren’t quite sure what to make of news that Woody Allen would develop his first TV project for Amazon (evidently, neither was Woody), and our days of confusion are certainly coming to a middle. Not only do we know that Allen himself will star in the ‘60s-set project with Elaine May, but so too will … Miley Cyrus? What? Come on, that can’t be right. There’s no way we’re prin -
If you're looking for an alternative to heading out to the theater or if you need a change of pace from Netflix, don't neglect that Amazon Prime subscription. The streaming service has some new exclusive titles arriving next month, including the critically-acclaimed documentary Amy and Spike Lee's bold and bombastic Chi-Raq. There's also a handful of classics for you to discover and rediscover, along with new seasons of TV shows for your binge-watching needs. Read on for your guide to what's hitting Amazon Prime Video in February.
Not even half an hour into the night, and already the 2016 Golden Globes has its winner for Best TV Series, Comedy or Musical, and it may surprise. Amazon’s Mozart in the Jungle pulled off a surprising upset, nabbing the award over some stiff competition.
More than any of the last few years, Amazon original programming seems to have picked up steam with critical adoration for series like Transparent and more, yet the streaming service has a somewhat more surprising hit. Amazon has confirmed that alt-history drama The Man in the High Castle has become their most-streamed new series, also the service’s first-announced viewing data.
Amazon Studios scored an early Christmas present with Friday’s renewal of controversial alt-history drama The Man in the High Castle, but that’s just the beginning. The streaming service has also picked up five new dramas, including Tig Notaro and Diablo Cody’s One Mississippi, while renewing Red Oaks and Hand of God.
Despite a bit of initial controversy, Amazon’s The Man in the High Castle occupation isn’t about to end just yet. The streaming service has officially renewed the mindbender Philip K. Dick adaptation for a second season, keeping the fictional Japanese Pacific States and Greater Nazi Reich in power through 2016.
Peak TV is the name of the game for 2015, with hundreds of scripted series crowding the landscape from the Marvel empire, to the Scottish countryside, and a galaxy far, far away. Join ScreenCrush TV critic Kevin Fitzpatrick to cut through all the clutter, and rank the very Best TV Shows of 2015!
The first season of Jill Soloway’s 'Transparent' was about a death of one thing and a rebirth of another. Now in Season 2, the Amazon series follows that infant taking its first steps, questioning everything around them.