From The TV IV
(Redirected from Prime Video)
Jump to: navigation, search

For the TV series, see Peter Benchley's Amazon.

Amazon II.png

Prime Video.png
Founded 1994
President Jeff Bezos
Company Inc.
Notable Series Transparent
Mozart in the Jungle
The Man in the High Castle
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
The Boys
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

Amazon is a US-based, global, online retailer, based in Seattle, Washington. Originally started as a bookstore, the company has since also come to selling – among other things – DVDs, CDs, software, video games, electronics, and toys, as well as providing online downloads and streaming.



In 2010, Amazon established ’’Amazon Studios’’, a division meant to develop, comics, movies, and television series, sold through online downloads/streaming on website

On April 19, 2013, the first 14 Amazon pilots were made available for streaming; eight live action comedies, two animated comedies, and six children's shows. One month later, based on the public reception, six of the shows were picked up for a series order: live action comedies Alpha House, starring John Goodman, and Betas, starring Jon Daly, and animated children's shows Annedroids, Creative Galaxy and Tumbleaf.

Pilot Seasons

See Prime Video's Pilot Seasons


  • Program Listing: A complete listing of shows that aired new episodes on Prime Video.

Current Prime Video Shows

Current Freevee Shows

Upcoming Prime Video Shows

Upcoming Freevee Shows

Shows in Limbo

External Links