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Amazon joins the TV series race. Which begs the question, could we still call them TV series, when the medium of distribution is no longer the TV? Or we should keep it as an homage to TV, the medium in which serialized audio-visual stories sprung from?
But i am getting off track. Amazon has posted 14 original pilot episodes online (8 comedy and 6 kids’ shows), which the public can watch for free. Unfortunately the content is not available to some countries, but do not despair, there are “do-gooders” out there leaking the videos as you read these lines. After watching the pilot you can give your feedback to Amazon on the pilot, which will then decide which series to support and green-light for a full season. Thus, the public can affect the industry by voicing their interests. Again, the opinion of those who download illegally the pilots will not be taken into account, so if you like something, and it is available in your country, support it. You can also support it through social media (facebook, twitter etc).
The comedy series competing for the audience’s votes are the following:
Alpha House (cast includes Bill Murray and John Goodman)
Zombieland (based on the movie)
Onion News Empire (cast includes Jeffrey Tambor and William Sadler)
Dark Minions (animation)
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