Amazon has launched a number of new comedy pilots online, making the programs from Amazon Studios available at amazonoriginals.com. As we reported yesterday, the website has been tweaking its rollout of new programs including “Zombieland” and “Alpha House.”
The pilots are reportedly available for viewing for free, with viewers who want to watch full seasons being required to sign up for Amazon Prime for $79 a year. They can be viewed using any Amazon Instant Video app.
Besides “Zombieland” and “Alpha House,” the comedy pilots that appeared to be up and running this morning were “Betas,” “Browsers,” “Onion News Empire,” “Those Who Can’t,” “Supanatural” and “Dark Minions.”
A number of pilots for children’s programs were also on the site, including “Annebots,” “Creative Galaxy,” “Positively Ozitively,” “Sara Solves It” and “Teeny Tiny Dogs.”