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Like many others, I didn't intentionally purchase a Prime Video subscription; I signed up for Amazon Prime for the free shipping. I looked at my Amazon purchases over the previous three years, did the math, and determined that a Prime membership would be cheaper than what I'd been paying in shipping fees, and I'd get the additional benefit of one- or two-day shipping.
Of course, when The Expanse was cancelled on broadcast TV and Amazon picked it up, I signed into Prime. And I'm a Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchet fan, when Good Omens was another no-brainer. Since then, I've found quite a number of good shows and movies, both original and legacy. There's a ton of drek in there, of course. But there are also book adaptations like Bosch and Reacher, big name productions like The Boys, and completely bizarre, off-the-wall stuff like Jean-Claude Van Johnson and Comrade Detective, both of which I would never had looked for, but which were definitely worth seeing.
I'm a history buff, and Amazon's put quite a number of BBC documentaries in Prime, so that's another argument for it, at least for me.
Is it better than Netflix? For me, yes. For most people, probably not. But I've found that between Prime Video and the freebie services Plex and Tubi, I've got more than enough content to keep me busy, so I never bothered getting a Netflix account.
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Like crack dealers. You get interested in a show that they include with your prime membership, then just as your about to watch Season 2 episode 6, it's only available to rent or buy.
This is absolutely like what I was going to post. I totally agree. You only get one season of anything for "free", even if it's a show from the 1960s. They have their own original shows, but if you're looking for certain things that are only on another source, you have to pay for those as well (Netflix, Hulu, etc.) So these streaming services really aren't alternatives to each other.
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I don't like Jeff Bezos burning money to go to space with no purpose, hence, I avoid Prime Video. Also I dislike the DRM (digital restrictions management).
Because they have many shows for its Asian users
Besides some original programming, the only interesting thing about Amazon Prime Video is their "X-Ray" feature which is like a visual imdb overlay, but includes a scene break down (similar to what DVD's often had in the early days).
When you pause playback, of for example a tv episode, X-Ray immediately shows you pictures of all the characters in this episodes with imdb pictures of the actors portraying them. It includes a tunefind.com-like Music feature showing all the songs in this episodes and lets you jump to each of the scenes where it can be heard, and X-Ray includes scene/chapter selection as well as trivia for the current video.
""You may continue with this billing address, but Prime Video streaming, Prime Music, and the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library won't be available outside of the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Prime shipping benefits are available to shipping addresses in the contiguous U.S.""
So i just keep my money & watch those content in the same quality using a torrent site ... who's laughing?!
What makes a country so special that a digital content can not leave, and who forces companies to stay in a country like that with such rules?
Pathetic and unbelievable. When the u.s. became china?
It happens often with online content. Not just US, I have found content from the UK not available to me (in Canada). Even for news sites, not just entertainment videos. In the case of Amazon, I tried to find out about availability and got no where. So I am assuming it is US only.
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