Amazon will be rolling out four original shows in September including season 4 of Transparent. The video offerings include two biographical features as well as a new season of Wishenpoof a show aimed at kids.
It continues Amazon’s slow march towards adding more original content as it steps in game up in that department. The series will all be available for free to Amazon Prime customers on the Amazon apps as well as the Amazon Fire TV (Of course).
While Amazon has not rolled out content at the feverish pace of Netflix it has managed to grab plenty of attention with Transparent and the already renewed Man In the High Castle.
See more details about the upcoming entries:
- One Mississippi S2: The Amazon Original Series directed by Tig Notaro, is a semi-autobiographical comedy that stars Notaro as a version of herself, also named Tig, reliving a version of the real-life events that comprised the most difficult year of her life. In addition to HD,One Mississippi will be available in UHD on compatible HDR devices. (9/8/17)
- The Lost City of Z: The Amazon Original Movie starring Charlie Hunnam and Robert Pattinson, is a biographical drama, based on British explorer Col. Percival Fawcett, who disappeared while searching for a mysterious city in the Amazon in the 1920s. (9/15/17)
- Transparent S4: The Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning Amazon Original Series is created by Jill Soloway and stars Jeffrey Tambor. In season four, the Pfefferman’s take off on a spiritual and political journey as they dig deep into their family’s history. In addition to HD, Transparent will be available in UHD on compatible HDR devices. (9/22/17)
- Wishenpoof! S2a: The Amazon Original Kids Series, written by Angela Santomero, is an animated pre-school series that revolves around Bianca, who uses wish magic to solve life’s problems in her own creative ways teaching lessons through imaginative play. Wishenpoof! will be available in SD and HD on compatible HDR devices. (9/26/17)