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If you’re desperate to fill that huge Orange Is The New Black-shaped hole in your life, then we may have a solution for you: Extant. The Spielberg web series (that’s being aired on Amazon Prime Instant Video here in the UK) may be more sci-fi thriller set in the future than dark comedy set in the slammer, but we’re pretty... Show More Summary
“Extraction” and “Enemy Of Good” (season five, episodes one and two; originally aired 1/10/2006 and 1/17/2006) (Available on Hulu and Amazon Instant Video.) Season five of The Shield immediately lifts up season four. It wasn’t just a delay or a pause. Show More Summary
Imagine if every video on YouTube were accompanied by items related to the video that you could buy instantly — sort of like YouTube meets the Home Shopping Network. Or, more accurately, YouTube meets Amazon That appears to be the general...Show More Summary
“Revenging Angel” (season 3, episode 16; originally aired 8/10/2001) (Available on Netflix and Amazon Instant Video.) “Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to pay our final respects and to say farewell to our dear friend, Commander John Crichton, a schmuck. Show More Summary
Want to watch the latest Weird Al music video or catch a movie trailer straight out of Comic-Con? Amazon now has a place for that. Variety reveals that Amazon quietly launched a new "video shorts" section of its instant video service, filling it out...
Amazon’s Instant Video service has traditionally been thought of as both a rival to iTunes and Netflix, in terms of offering movies and TV shows for rent, purchase or for free streaming via the company’s Amazon Prime membership program. Show More Summary
Watch a trailer for Black Death: Watch Black Death on Amazon Instant Video. Watch Black Death on Netflix. Listen to more streaming recommendations: Your weekly streaming recommendation: Dredd Your weekly streaming recommendation: Headhunters...Show More Summary
Amazon's third original series for kids, Annedroids, is now available on Prime Instant Video. The first seven episodes fo the live-action adventure series are ready to watch right now. Annedroids will also be available through Kindle FreeTime Unlimited. The series is aimed at children ages 4-7.
Amazon has decided to finally grace the Android platform with their Prime Instant Video app, which could be ready any …
“Infinite Possibilities (Part 1): Daedalus Demands” (season 3, episode 14; originally aired 7/27/2001) (Available on Netflix and Amazon Instant Video.) “You don’t dare kill me!” “Don’t I?” “The others want me alive!” “Yes. Well, plainly...Show More Summary
Watch the trailer for Dredd: Watch Dredd on Amazon Instant Video Watch Dredd on Netflix Listen to more streaming recommendations: Your weekly streaming recommendation: Headhunters Your weekly streaming recommendation: The Station Agent Your weekly streaming recommendation: The War Room You can also find The Week's mini podcasts on iTunes, SoundCloud, Swell, and TuneIn. More
We reported recently on Amazon’s Prime service now shipping EU to UK in a mere 2 days, and, in the wake of that, Amazon is launching its instant video service to Android. There’s been a public outcry for a while now that Amazon hasn’t shared the love and brought a native app to Android, and it looks like they listened. Russell Morris,... Show More Summary
It looks like Amazon is set to debut its Instant Video app on Android phones outside of the company's Kindle Fire ecosystem. An Amazon spokesperson is said to have confirmed of the app's launch to a broader array of phones running Google's mobile operating system but declined to give specifics as to which models will be supported and when.
“Ain’t That A Shame” (season four, episode 13; originally aired 6/14/2005) (Available on Hulu and Amazon Instant Video.) There’s a foreordained quality to season four and the finale, “Ain’t That A Shame,” in particular. The ups and downs of Monica’s final days as captain of The Barn could be milked for drama but they aren’t. Show More Summary
“Meltdown” (season 3, episode 12; originally aired 7/14/2001) (Available on Netflix and Amazon Instant Video.) “Godlike aliens! Man, do I hate godlike aliens! I’ll trade a critter for a godlike alien, any day.” The opening scene of “Meltdown,”...Show More Summary
Of the top 20 movies in IMDb’s list of “100 Greatest Movies of All Time”, only Titanic and Forrest Gump are available for streaming on Netflix. For those willing to pay, Amazon Prime’s Instant Video does a better job: with all but three movies available to “rent” for 24 hours at $3 or $4 a pop. The IMDb list is...