Amazon Studios

Amazon Studios' original series productions range from Amy Sherman-Palladino's award-winning The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel to Philip K. Dick's Man in the High Castle.

On the film side, Amazon Studios produces and acquires original movies for theatrical release and early window distribution exclusively for their Amazon Prime members. At the 2017 Academy Awards, Amazon Studios became the first streaming service to win Oscars for Manchester by the Sea.

Bleeding Cool follows Amazon Studios' efforts closely, with their upcoming duo classic fantasy series, Lord of the Rings (based on a young Aragorn), and Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time, you can keep abreast of the latest in news, rumors, and happenings right here.


Wendell Pierce wants to voice Cleveland Brown (Images: FOXTV/Amazon Prime Video)

Family Guy: The Wire Star Wendell Pierce Wants to Voice Cleveland

The animation field has spent the past few weeks looking at how it's been conducting business over the years when it comes to the matter of fair and equal representation on the mics. Kristen Bell (Central Park), Jenny Slate (Big Mouth), and Mike Henry (Family Guy) stepped down from their respective roles so that those […]

Undertaker, Blackface, South Park, Anime & More: BCTV Sunday Slices

Undertaker, Blackface, South Park, Anime & More: BCTV Sunday Slices

Welcome to this week's edition of BCTV Sunday Slices, our little slice of weekly Heaven where I highlight some of Bleeding Cool's television coverage from the past week while bestowing some incredibly not objective, totally opinionated wisdom on what the past week brought to the television landscape. In the BCTV Comments section below, you are more […]

: BCTV Top 30 Influencers 2020 Mid-Year Report Card

Star Trek, Lucifer, AHS & More: BCTV 2020 Influencers Mid-Year Report

So back at the beginning of the year, we published The Bleeding Cool Top 30 TV Series Influencers 2020, a look inside the BCTV "crystal ball" to predict the broadcast, cable, and streaming shows that would have a major influence on our viewing habits as we rolled through 2020 – and beyond. We made some changes […]

The Boys returns on September 4 (Image: Amazon Prime)

The Boys EP Eric Kripke Introduces Us to Season 2's Real Heroes

Friday's "The Boys F**kin' Reunion" brought a ton of info that has our inner geek still bouncing off the walls over. The biggest news? The second season will there to blow our eyeballs out the back of our noggins starting September 4. Why did we say "starting"? Because this season, Amazon Prime will drop the […]

A look at a scene from The Boys season 2 special/preview (Image: Amazon Prime Video)

The Boys F**kin' Reunion Rundown: Butcher's Back to Breaking Supes

So while we process everything we learned and saw during Friday's "The Boys F**kin' Reunion," we thought we'd share everything that we have so far with you. The second season of the streaming service's adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's comic books series will drop the first three episodes on September 4, with the […]

A scene from The Boys season 2 (Image: Amazon)

The Boys Season 2 Drops September 4; Date Announcement Video Released

Amazon Prime and EP Eric Kripke promised some big reveals when The Boys got back together for a reunion, and they didn't disappoint. The second season of the streaming service's adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's comic books series will drop the first three episodes on September 4, with the next five episodes dropping […]

A preview of Stormfront from The Boys (Image: Amazon Prime Video)

The Boys Season 2 Preview: Meet Stormfront, The Seven's Newest Member

With less than an hour to go before the cast and creative team behind Amazon Prime Video's The Boys are "F**kin' Reunited" on Twitter (2 pm ET/11 am PT) to offer up news and previews of the second season, it looks like EP Eric Kripke and the gang are looking to kick off festivities a […]

The Boys cast reunites for some season 2 news (Image: Amazon Prime Video)

The Boys and The Seven Never Agree on Anything- Except This One Thing

The cast and creative team behind The Boys are set to (virtually) reunite in less than twenty-four hours to discuss the Amazon Prime series' second-season return. Executive producer Eric Kripke already told fans that they should expect some details on the second season, as well as some exclusive clips (possibly a trailer?) and the date […]

The Boys will have some season 2 intel dropping this Friday (Image: Amazon)

The Boys Is "F**kin' Reunited" This Friday for Season 2 Date Reveal

It may have taken a bit longer than expected by everyone involved, but The Boys executive producer Eric Kripke did promise us to expect some second-season intel coming soon and it looks like he's kept his word. Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, Kripke announced that a reunion of Amazon Prime's adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick […]

The new additions to The Wheel of Time (Image: Amazon Prime Video)

The Wheel of Time: Amazon Prime Video Casts 6 More in Series Adapt

Those taking part in The Wheel of Time on Amazon Prime Book Club as part of #WOTWednesday were the first ones to learn of some major casting news for Amazon Prime's fantasy series adaptation of late author Robert Jordan's "Wheel of Time" series of novels. In the middle of a tweet discussion of Jordan's works to help […]

Too Many Streaming Services? Blame Wall St, Not Cord-Cutters [OPINION]

Binged-Out: We Want Our Episodic Television Back!

Back in the old days, twenty years ago, we eagerly awaited the weekly episode of our favorite television series. In college, my friends and I would gather in someone's tiny room, crowding onto beds or the floor, to watch ER or Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Season finales, or worse, cliffhanger season finales, meant months of waiting before knowing […]

Nancy Wu Done It (Image: Left: Kathy Hutchins & Shutterstock.com / Right: Netflix)

Nancy Wu Done It: Fantasy-Comedy-Mystery Mash-Up Lands at Amazon

Are you a fan of puns, comedy, and/or YA literature? Good news if you said yes to any of those because Amazon has just landed a comedy called Nancy Wu Done It following a competitive bidding war between studios. The series will be a collaboration between Amazon Studios and Vertigo, with Roy Lee and Miri […]

A scene from the first season of Workaholics (Image: Comedy Central).

Comedy Central, Hulu, Amazon Prime Pull Chris D'Elia Workaholics Ep

In response to social media accusations that the stand-up comedian and actor sexually harassed underage women, Comedy Central, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video have removed an episode of Comedy Central's Workaholics featuring Chris D'Elia (Whitney) as a child molester. First airing on the comedy cable channel in May 2011, first season episode "To Friend a […]

Doctor Who, Lucifer, Randy Orton, Alienist & More: BCTV Sunday Slices (Image: Netflix)

Doctor Who, Lucifer, Randy Orton, Alienist & More: BCTV Sunday Slices

Three weeks in a row and BCTV Sunday Slices is already our longest and most meaningful relationship (make of that what you will). Just like how things went down the past two weeks, this weekly little slice of Heaven is where I highlight some of Bleeding Cool's television coverage from the past week while bestowing […]

In the Evening Heartbroken Girl Sitting on a Sofa, Crying, Using Tissues, Eating Ice Cream and Watching Drama on TV. Her Room is in Mess. (Shutterstock.com)

To The Pain: 10 Television Episodes Guaranteed to Make You Ugly Cry

Never underestimate the healing power of a good cry. Life has a way of piling upon us, with one thing after another going wrong. Busy, stressful days rarely offer us an opportunity to sit down and express our feelings. But every once in a while, we really need to – as I tell my kids […]

Hanna Season 2 Trailer: Sometimes to Get Out, You Have to Go Back In

For Esmé Creed-Miles' title character, the return of Amazon Prime's Hanna means having to return to the past to secure her own future. With the eight-episode second season set to premiere on July 3, the streaming service has released an official trailer for the action-thriller. Having had her father taken from her and a life […]

Batwoman and Supergirl disagree on "Crisis on Infinite Earths", courtesy of The CW.

Batwoman, BTS Army, NASCAR, WWE, Live PD & More: BCTV Sunday Slices

Welcome back to our second edition of BCTV Sunday Slices (yes, we do read your feedback every now and then), where I highlight some of our television coverage from the past week and offer my wise and incredibly witty three cents (so impressive are my thoughts that they earn an extra penny each). Then in […]

The Brady Bunch. image courtesy of Paramount.

Brady Bunch, Get Smart and More: Does Classic TV Work For Modern Kids?

Despite the modern discourse on the perils of screen time for children, I love watching television with my kids. I grew up watching Star Trek: The Next Generation and later ER with my parents, and now treasure those shared memories. In an effort to create similar memories for our elementary school-aged children, my spouse and I […]

Scooby-Doo Series Ranked

Our Scooby-Doo Series Rankings: From "Ruh-Roh" to Scooby Snack-Worthy

Hello, it is I, Eden: die-hard Scooby-Doo fan and lover of children's cartoons. I'm here to definitively rank all the versions of Scooby Doo's television shows throughout the years. Just to be clear, I'm not counting the direct to home video movies and specials (because we all know that Scooby-Doo Wrestlemania Mystery with John Cena […]

Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne in Carnival Row (Image: Amazon Prime).

Carnival Row Star Cara Delevingne Offers Season 2 Production Update

At the beginning of May, the Czech Republic's Film Commission announced that film and television productions could start back up later that month. That's especially good news for freshmen series such as Amazon's fantasy series adaptation Wheel of Time and Disney+'s Marvel's The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, as well as Amazon's Carnival Row. At the time […]