In celebration of Amazon recently nabbing two Golden Globes for Mozart in the Jungle, it’s making every episode of the orchestra-themed drama free to stream this weekend.
Folks with access to Amazon’s Prime video apps on compatible iOS, Android, Kindle devices, smart TVs and connected devices like Roku’s mini streamers will be able to tune in, as will owners of Amazon’s own Fire TV devices.
Those without access to any of these will be able to stream everything online here from Friday, January 15 9pm until midnight on Sunday, January 17.
Related: How can I watch Amazon Prime on TV?, Netflix vs Amazon Prime Video: Which is the best?Viewers wanting to stream the show online can access Amazon Prime Video through Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera and Edge. Those with older versions of Firefox, Safari and Explorer may need to have Microsoft Silverlight installed.
For those who’ve not yet had a chance to peek behind the velvet curtain of Mozart in the Jungle, the show provides a warts and all look at the occasionally mucky goings on behind the scenes of a famous travelling orchestra.
Based on Blair Tindall’s memoir of the same, Mozart in the Jungle stars Gael Garcia Bernal, who scooped a recent Globe for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Series for his role in Mozart, Saffron Burrows, Lola Kirke, and Malcolm McDowell. Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman and Paul Weitz are executive producers of the show.
Roy Price, Vice President of Amazon Studios said: “What an incredible honour to be recognised by the press for two years in a row. We are incredibly proud of Gael, Jason, Roman, Paul and everyone involved in the making of Mozart in the Jungle – it’s gratifying and exciting to see the success of this series.”
At the 2015 Golden Globes ceremony, Amazon scored a double wins with another of its originals; Transparent nabbed an award for Best Musical or Comedy and Jeffrey Tambor took an award for Best Actor for his role as Maura Pfefferman.
Amazon Prime Video normally costs £5.99/month. It’s also included for no extra cost with a £79/year Amazon Prime subscription.