Maybe you've heard a thing or two about Amazon's original series "Transparent" or "Man in the High Castle." Problem is, you've always had to be an Amazon Prime member in order to watch these amazing and award-winning shows from Amazon's own studios.
Good news! Now you can watch those and more like "Mozart in the Jungle," all without having to fork over $99 per year for Amazon Prime access.
Here's the catch: Only the first episodes of these seasons will be available to watch for free, and only if you're in the States. Oh yeah, and you'll be watching the episodes not on Amazon Prime itself, but on Amazon Studios' YouTube Page and its Facebook page.
The goal is to give you a preview of just a few perks you get when you get an Amazon Prime subscription, which offers much more than just streaming TV shows and movies. Click here to see what you get with an Amazon Prime membership.
Currently, there are full episodes for:
- Man in the High Castle - a show that imagines what the world would be like if the Nazis won WWII.
- Transparent - a show about a family and their struggles as their father comes out as transgender.
- Mozart in the Jungle - a show that explores what happens behind the scenes at the symphony.
- Bosch - an Emmy-nominated drama that follows an LAPD homicide detective.
- Red Oaks - a comedy about a college student enjoying his "last hurrah."
There are also children's shows available with:
What will you be watching? Let me know by posting in the comments below.