Amazon’s HBO partnership kicks off officially today, meaning a whole host of older shows are now available for Prime members to stream. The inaugural lineup includes The Sopranos, The Wire, Deadwood, Rome, Six Feet Under, Eastbound & Down, Enlightened, Flight of The Conchords, Treme, Band of Brothers and more. It’s basically an archive of some of the best television of the past decade or so, and on its own probably for the $99 per year price tag, especially if you haven’t been keeping up on HBO’s lineup of killer shows.
This is just the first release of HBO content on Amazon, with more planned in the future including early episodes of current series like Girls and The Newsroom. Even more up-to-date programming will also be made available via HBO Go on Amazon Fire TV starting later this year.