Fullscreen’s $5.99 monthly SVOD service arrived yesterday on Amazon Channels — an add-on feature launched in 2015 for Amazon Prime members, who can purchase subscriptions to programming from the likes of HBO, Seeso, Machinima, PBS Kids, and roughly 80 other channels.
A monthly Fullscreen subscription via Amazon Channels will also be priced at $5.99, and will provide access to all of Fullscreen’s original content, including video podcasts from leading influencers like Grace Helbig, Tyler Oakley, and Andrea Russett. Fullscreen is also behind Bret Easton Ellis’ directorial debut, The Deleted, as well as feature films like Dirty 30 and Joe And Caspar Hit The Road.
In addition to original content, Fullscreen, which launched last April, offers an extensive library of licensed shows and movies, including Dawson’s Creek, Parks And Recreation, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, and Legally Blonde.
Amazon said in December that the most-watched offering via Channels is Starz, while HBO is its fastest-growing option. And, last month, Amazon launched Strike, its first self-branded channel wholly dedicated to Japanese animation. Amazon plans to launch more self-branded channels in coming months, it says.