If you’re a subscriber of Amazon Prime Instant Video, we’ve got some good news for you – it looks like your video selection is about to get bigger. In an official press release today, Amazon announced its digital video license agreement with Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution. With this new partnership, Prime Instant Video subscribers will get access to shows like Fringe and The West Wing on their Kindle Fire tablets as well as other compatible devices.
With over 18,000 movies and TV episodes available to Prime members, it looks like they won’t be running out of shows to watch anytime soon. Anybody excited about this new partnership? For those of you who aren’t subscribers and would like to try out a month for free, just head over to Amazon’s Prime Instant Video website for more details.
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