Premium, ad-supported content across channels
At the event, Aubrey shared that brands who use Amazon’s ad-supported streaming TV solutions in the U.S.—across Amazon properties and Amazon Publisher Direct—can now reach an average monthly audience of more than 155 million. This breadth of reach was highlighted through an exciting new content lineup, including movies, TV series, music events, shoppable livestreams, and theme-based channels across its streaming services and devices.
Amazon Freevee announced a slate of premium, ad-supported Originals, new greenlights, and subsequent season orders for returning favorites.
- The free streaming service introduced new Originals to debut in 2024, including Mock the Week, a half-hour topical and satirical panel show executive produced by Emmy-winning comedian Trevor Noah and BAFTA Award–winning executive producer Dan Patterson; The Goat, a new reality competition series hosted by Daniel Tosh featuring 14 of the biggest names in reality TV competing in mental, physical, and social challenges; and Justice on Trial, a new court program featuring the iconic Judge Judy Sheindlin and a formidable ensemble of legal talent examining pivotal court cases, past and present, that have had a long-lasting impact on society.
- Amazon Freevee also picked up a third season of the crime drama Bosch: Legacy, ahead of the Season 2 debut this fall, and two more seasons of Judy Justice.
- Additionally, throughout the year, Amazon Freevee will bring over 100 Amazon Original series and movies from Prime Video, including titles such as Reacher, The Summer I Turned Pretty, The Wheel of Time, Troop Zero, and Late Night, which will be available for customers to stream for free.
Amazon Music announced the return of Amazon Music Live for its second season—where sports and music connect in a live concert series airing weekly after Thursday Night Football on Prime Video, and fans can hear some of the biggest names in music perform their new releases for the first time. Last year, millions of fans tuned in to watch some of the world’s biggest artists perform new music each week, including A$AP Rocky, Lil Wayne, Kane Brown, Anitta, and Megan Thee Stallion.
Amazon Music announced the return of Amazon Music Live, a live concert series airing after Thursday Night Football on Prime Video.
Fire TV, which recently surpassed 200 million units in global sales, unveiled Fire TV Channels, its new, ad-supported TV experience available for free to all Fire TV device owners. Customers will have access to topical and timely content, allowing them to go deep on the genres they care about most. In addition to consolidating access to categories like news, sports, and lifestyle, Fire TV Channels is adding a dedicated travel category, as well as new content from the NHL, Xbox, and TMZ.
Fire TV unveiled Fire TV Channels, its new, ad-supported TV experience available for free to all Fire TV device owners.
Amazon Live will now produce shoppable livestream content with publishers and media brands, in addition to its popular influencer content. Customers can currently watch exclusive shoppable content from Tastemade, including episodes of Struggle Meals, and starting in late May, viewers will be able to shop live while watching exclusive content from REVOLT, the multi-platform media company from Sean “Diddy” Combs.