Amazon’s new pilot season is now up and ready to stream for Prime members. Up for your consideration and review are three new half-hour comedy pilots. First, and probably the most interesting, is Sea Oak. It stars Glenn Close as the recently deceased Aunt Bernie who comes back from the dead to make demands of her family. Second is The Climb, which is created by and stars Diarra Kilpatrick as an office assistant who seeks internet fame. Last is Love You More, which is from Sex and the City writer Michael Patrick King and stars Bridget Everett. Once you’ve watched any of the pilots, you’re welcomed to share your opinion with Amazon to help them decide which, if any, will be greenlit for a full season. Read more ›
Amazon will be releasing three new pilot episodes on November 10th and gauging their popularity to determine which, if any, will be turned into a full series. Amazon calls it a “Pilot Season” when they do this and all three pilots this time around are half-hour comedies. The first is The Climb, which is created by and stars Diarra Kilpatrick as an office assistant who seeks internet fame. Next is Love You More, which is from Sex and the City writer Michael Patrick King and stars Bridget Everett. Last, which sounds like the best of the bunch, is Sea Oak which stars Glenn Close as the recently deceased Aunt Bernie who comes back from the dead to make demands of her family. Read on for more details on each show. Read more ›
Amazon’s new Pilot Season is now live. You can watch the five available episodes for free without needing to be a Prime member. Once done, you can take a survey, if you’d like, to help Amazon decide which of the five new shows will be greenlit for a full season run. The shows are The Legend of Master Legend, The New V.I.P.’s, Budding Prospects, Oasis, and Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Read on for a description of each show. Read more ›
Amazon has set the date for their Spring 2017 Pilot Season where they’ll be releasing 5 new pilots for free to guage if the shows should be greenlit for a full season. On March 17, three half-hour and two hour-long pilots will debut. The half-hour pilots include The Legend of Master Legend, a dark comedy about a homemade superhero, and Budding Prospects, a comedy about a group of friends that leave San Francisco in 1983 to start their own marijuana enterprise out in the country. Amazon’s final half-hour show is The New V.I.P.’s, their first adult animated comedy. Amazon’s one-hour pilots include The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, which is about a housewife in the 1950’s who decides to become a standup comic, and Oasis, which follows a chaplain who is sent into space to help establish a colony on a distant planet. Read on for more details about each pilot. Read more ›
Amazon’s latest pilot season is now available for your viewing pleasure and critic. There are three pilots you can watch for free and optionally give Amazon feedback on to help them decide if the shows should be greenlit for a full season. The first is Jean-Claude Van Johnson, which stars Jean-Claude Van Damme in his first TV role. The martial arts movie icon plays a character not much unlike himself, a global martial arts and film sensation, but the character is also the most dangerous undercover private contractor in the world. Second is I Love Dick, which is a romantic comedy staring Kevin Bacon and Kathryn Hahn. Last is The Tick, which is a rebirth of the short lived 2001 TV series, that involves much of the same talent behind the scenes as the original show. What is different, however, this time around, are the people in front of the camera. Amazon’s version of The Tick stars Peter Serafinowicz and Griffin Newman. If you do watch these pilots, I’d love to hear what you think of them in the comments below.
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Amazon has announced their next lineup of pilots to gauge audience interest in new shows. Three half-hour pilots will debut August 19 in what Amazon is calling their 2016 Comedy Pilot Season. The first pilot is I Love Dick, based on the book of the same name, which is a romantic comedy staring Kathryn Hahn and Kevin Bacon. Second is an action comedy called Jean-Claude Van Johnson, where Jean-Claude Van Damme will be staring in his first TV role. The martial arts movie icon plays a character not much unlike himself, a global martial arts and film sensation, but the character is also the most dangerous undercover private contractor in the world. The final pilot is The Tick, a new take on the short lived Fox comedy that has become a bit of a cult classic. Ben Edlund, creator of both the original live action comedy and 1994 animated series, is back as writer and executive producer. The show stars Peter Serafinowicz, as The Tick, and Griffin Newman. Read on if you’d like to know more about each show. Read more ›
Amazon’s new set of pilot episodes have gone live and are available to watch for free. This latest pilot season includes two one-hour pilots and six kids pilots. You don’t have to be a Prime member to watch these pilots. The Last Tycoon is an adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s last work staring Kelsey Grammer and Matt Bomer. The Interestings follows a group of artistic teenagers who meet at summer camp in 1974 and stars Lauren Ambrose, David Krumholtz, Katie Balen, and Matt Barr. Both shows are already receiving great reviews. Those of you curious about the results of Amazon’s last pilot season, the shows that were greenlit are Good Girls Revolt, Highston, One Mississippi, Patriot, and Z: The Beginning of Everything.
Amazon will be debuting another round of pilot episodes on June 17 to poll customers on whether or not they’ll be green lit for a full season run. Up this round are a pair of one-hour pilots and six kids pilots. The new one hour pilots are The Interestings, which follows a group of artistic teenagers who meet at summer camp in 1974, and The Last Tycoon, an adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s last work. Both one-hour pilots will be available in 4K Ultra HD as well as in HDR. The six kids pilots include one live-action show Sigmund and the Sea Monsters, as well as five animated pilots The Curious Kitty and Friends, Jazz Duck, Morris and the Cow, Toasty Tales and Little Big Awesome. Read on for a full description of each show as well as their cast lineup. Read more ›
Amazon’s new round of pilot TV shows are now available to watch for free. This round includes 6 prime time shows and 6 kids shows. As always, you can watch these pilots for free without the need of an Amazon Prime account. Afterwards, you may give Amazon your feedback, if you’d like, to help them decide which of the shows they’ll be green lighting for a full season. The latest show to graduate from pilot to full series is the highly anticipated show The Man in the High Castle, of which all episodes will become available to Prime members on November 20th.
Amazon has announced its new lineup for its kids fall pilot season. Debuting later this year will be 6 animated pilots for customers to watch for free and help Amazon decide which ones will be turned into a full series. The lineup includes two shows for preschool-aged children, with the remaining shows targeted towards children aged 6 to 11. One of the preschooler shows is a show based on the popular kids book series If You Give a Mouse a Cookie with the other based on Numberlys, the app and short story. Pilots for children ages 6 to 11 include Danger & Eggs, a show about the adventures of a girl and her best friend, a giant talking egg; Eddie of the Realms Eternal, a story a middle schooler who’s a hero; Everstar, where a 12-year-old girl is brought aboard a spaceship that travels the universe; and Yoyotoki HappyEars!, a show about a fox family. These animated pilots, as well as the 6 new primetime pilots, will debut November 5. Read on for the full description of these new kids shows. Read more ›