So far, based on the Amazon listings for S3, the episodes have been 43.2 minutes long, on average. Over 13 episodes, that gives us less than 562 minutes long, total.
If S4 episodes are at least 56m12s long, then S4 will have more total runtime... and that's not even considering the difference between 13 sets of credits and 10 sets of credits, which would be included in this runtime.
I like not paying the apple tax for the exact same purchased content.
Game of Thrones season 1
Amazon cost $24.99 for the season in HD
iTunes cost $38.99 for the season in HD
It is not on Netflix, but it is on Amazon Prime.
USA has some episodes as well, but it looks like its only season 2.
In US it is in Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Microsoft Store, Vudu and others.
Very different to UK (and other non-US/CA/NZ countries) where it is not available at all.
If you have Amazon Prime/Video, you can watch or rewatch Ken Burns' Baseball to stave off the shakes. We're halfway through it now; I welcome additional baseball doc recs on Youtube or elsewhere to get us through the rest of the year...
And for people wondering, it's streaming on Amazon Prime Video. Highly recommended.
For those w/o Netflix (such as my poor self), I can only find RPDR on Amazon Prime right now, s9e1 is 2.99, same with iTunes.
Dude, please don't steal...support the show so we get more content like this in the future. You can buy a season pass from Amazon, and you get the episodes as they are released. Link I'm going to buy the next season myself some time soon.
No ma'am, Pam! No cable required. If you have amazon you're good to go!
$24.99 in SD, $29.99 in HD. Worth every penny. They post the episodes overnight, so you can't watch it right when it airs, but given that it's Friday now I'd probably be watching them Saturday morning anyway.
Or the Brazilian Twink is always an option, if you can stand his commentary.
Amazon has the 2nd season for $3 an HD episode, $2 for SD, or $30 for the season.
Google Playstore has it also
You can buy the series here. As a huge fan of the franchise, $30 doesn't seem unreasonable, but I understand not everyone can or wants to throw that at a show. However, if you choose to buy it, the episodes will be added to Amazon about six hours after they air on SyFy.
In the US, yes. You can buy it on Amazon video.
As others have noted, it's free-with-ads (at least in the U.S.) on IMDbTV, which is also available via Prime Video — and even with a free Amazon account (even without Prime membership) you can watch the show through the Prime Video web interface here:
I apologize for the blatant product promotion, but I just noticed this and thought some of you might be interested.
Looks like it's the same on Amazon as well, if you'd rather support them as our series saviour!
Fortitude, a show available for free with Amazon Prime
It's an OK show, if a little weird. Season 1 was pretty strong, but then it kind of went off the rails.
Anyway; They have a subplot that talks about how people with windchimes are into partner swapping, at least in that town. I'm not sure if it is an established "thing" though, maybe the OP could leave some literature about that with the neighbors (as a means to get them to take them down), but it could backfire spectacularly.
If you are in the US, fringe is free to stream with amazon prime or imdb freedive.
Not sure where you are but at least in the US Nickelodeon has it streaming through an add-on channel to Amazon Prime called NickHits
I'm not sure how it works in the US, since I'm in the UK - but a Prime subscription here is £7.99 a month, and it's included in that - the service is similar to Netflix: it's a bit steep that you have to pay per episode
Checked amazon.com and it works the same way:
>SyFy doesn't get any money from Netflix, Amazon...
That's just so gloriously wrong.
SyFy is, right or wrongly known for 'Sharknado' and that sort of shite TV. I long ago gave up on them.
Let's break this down.
SyFy makes money from advertising revenue (I'll come back here in a sec)
SyFy needs viewers for those advertisers, hence the ratings you pointed out.
SyFy puts their show on Netflix/ Prime season 1 for free, the new season you have to pay (that's money that they make by the way but not the point I'm making so I'll let you not count all that money...(which btw I know 3 different people that have paid for season 2as they are 'unplugged' and don't get SyFy... but I digress)
I watched Season 1 for 'free' on prime last week.
GUESS what I'm doing for season 2 now that I've caught up? Go ahead I'll wait. That's right. I am watching it when is airs or shortly after, with those ads etc.
Just for reference. "The Expanse: Season 2" is $24.99 on Amazon and $29.99 on iTunes... that would be a bit more than '...doesn't get any money from...'
Again none of this takes into account how much the world has changed since FarScape was canceled. Game of Thrones and other shows would have NEVER survived 15 years ago.. hell they would never have been made or given the opportunity.
To clarify, Amazon Video still has it available for streaming purchase, but it is no longer part of Prime Video (i.e. free for Amazon Prime subscribers).
You can watch it on Amazon if you want. If you don't have Prime it's with ads though. I haven't tried it myself yet either, I just checked.
here's the link. You can also get a 30 day free trial to Prime and watch it.
Sure you can. For example, on Amazon Instant Streaming, you can buy single episodes or the entire season of Game of Thrones.