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Is 'Transparent' The Next 'Orange Is The New Black'?

Erin Whitney | Posted 04.09.2014 | TV
Erin Whitney

From creator Jill Soloway ("United States of Tara," "Six Feet Under"), "Transparent" is a half hour dramedy about a transgender parent. From the pilot alone, it's clear that it has the potential to be the best show of 2014, to adopt a huge following similar to "Orange Is the New Black," and even change LGBT television in a bigger, bolder way than "Orange" has.

Timothy Stenovec

Why Amazon Is Spending Millions On TV Shows

HuffingtonPost.com | Timothy Stenovec | Posted 06.01.2013 | Technology

Netflix. Hulu Plus. And now, Amazon. The world's largest online retailer is joining its streaming video peers and betting millions of dollars on cr...

Amazon Wades Farther Into Original Programming

Reuters | Alistair Barr | Posted 07.29.2013 | Technology

By Alistair Barr SAN FRANCISCO, May 29 (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc said on Wednesday that it will make five original T...

Soon You'll Watch This On Amazon

AP | By RYAN NAKASHIMA | Posted 06.17.2013 | Technology

SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — Amazon is letting viewers help choose its new lineup of TV shows, scuttling a secretive, wasteful process once reserved ...

Amazon Considering 'Zombieland' Series

Posted 01.24.2013 | TV

The current zombie craze shows no signs of abating, with Amazon reportedly in negotiations to develop a half-hour comedy based on the 2009 movie "Zomb...

George Takei Is Boldly Going To Visit 'The Neighbors'

Posted 01.23.2013 | TV

George Takei is apparently still seeking out "strange new worlds," only this time, he'll be boldly coming back to earth as an alien on ABC's "The Neig...

Amazon Wants YOU To Submit Your Ideas For TV Shows

The Huffington Post | Jason Gilbert | Posted 05.02.2012 | Technology

Amazon is looking to add some new shows to its streaming video library -- specifically, yours. The online e-commerce giant with the burgeoning Ins...

Amazon Working On TV, Movie Subscription Service

AP | RYAN NAKASHIMA | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media

LOS ANGELES — Amazon.com Inc. is talking with major media companies about offering unlimited views of older TV shows and movies online, as it st...