Amazon has rolled out its Prime Video streaming service in more than 200 countries and territories internationally.
Amazon Prime members in Canada, Belgium, France, India, Italy and Spain are now able to access programming at no additional cost to their memberships. Customers in new territories can sign up for US$2.99 (or €2.99) per month for the first six months, beginning with a free seven-day trial. It is available via Android and iOS phones and tablets, Fire Tablets and LG and Samsung smart TVs.
The expansion means Amazon will now compete with SVOD giant Netflix, which is available in 190 countries.
The company announced the plan to go international last month in the lead-up to the premiere of former Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson’s new series The Grand Tour (pictured). The show reportedly broke Prime Video viewership records, though Amazon did not confirm numbers.
Amazon’s other unscripted offerings include upcoming doc series American Playboy: The Hugh Hefner Story, Clay Tweel’s Oscar-shortlisted documentary Gleason and the Brett Ratner-produced doc Author: The JT LeRoy Story.