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# 250549 15-May-2019 22:13
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I just re-installed the Amazon Prime video app on my Android media player.  There are some new series being produced by Amazon in the near future which I want to see, but I cannot find any mention of whether they will be available in NZ.


I browsed through the TV shows available on the Amazon Prime video site, but I cannot find any way to filter out the majority of shows which are labelled with "This title isn't available in your location" to see what exactly they are providing.


The price just doesn't seem to be justified.  Am I missing something?  Is there an up-to-date list someplace of what I can view in NZ?


[edit]  Ok I found a listing of what is available for my account.  It looks like I will be able to watch The Boys, at least. 


Have to say the majority of sci fi and action shows which I would want to rewatch are not available here.

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  # 2239665 17-May-2019 07:50
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LesF: They have picked up The Expanse for season 4 as well.  Hope we get to see that in NZ. 

Amazon PR person told me The Expanse will no longer be coming to Amazon Prime Video in New Zealand. 

I hope you told them not to get rubbery lipped over any piracy issues then.

The lack of content on Prime Video NZ is the reason I have a Prime US account.



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