SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--(NASDAQ: AMZN) — Amazon today announced all 10 episodes of the second season of Garry Trudeau’s critically-acclaimed political comedy series Alpha House are now available on Prime Instant Video in the US, UK and Germany. John Goodman (Argo), Mark Consuelos (All My Children), Clark Johnson (The Wire) and Matt Malloy (Six Feet Under) reprise their roles as Republican Senators living under one roof in Washington, D.C. dealing with the outrageous—and sometimes all-too-real—foibles of Beltway life. The series is produced by Trudeau, Elliot Webb (Mob City) and NBC News contributor Jonathan Alter.
Customers can binge watch both seasons of Alpha House now on Prime Instant Video, on their TVs using the Amazon Instant Video app on Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Xbox, Playstation, Wii, and smart TVs. They can also use the Amazon Instant Video app to watch on mobile devices, including Fire tablets, Fire phone, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, as well as hundreds of other connected devices—or customers can visit Amazon.com/PIV to watch online. Customers who are not already Prime members can sign up for a free trial at www.amazon.com/prime. Additionally, season one is available on DVD at Amazon.com.
Delivering hilarious insider insights from the master of political satire, the new season of Alpha House finds the Senators maneuvering the hallways of Capitol Hill with a looming midterm election and an unclear political future. Republican Senators Biggs (Goodman), Bettencourt (Johnson) and Laffer (Malloy), having survived bruising primaries, are facing strong Democratic challengers and will use every trick in the book to woo voters on the road to re-election. Meanwhile, Senator Guzman (Consuelos) prepares for a 2016 bid for the presidency, a pursuit that will bring him into possible competition with one of his roommates. Also returning for the new season are special guest stars Wanda Sykes (Evan Almighty), Amy Sedaris (Strangers with Candy), Julie White (Transformers), and Haley Joel Osment (The Spoils of Babylon), as well as Yara Martinez (Jane the Virgin), Alicia Sable (Dan in Real Life), Kobi Libii (Girls), Brooke Bloom (Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close), Ben Rameaka (The Wolf of Wall Street), Natalie Gold (Love & Other Drugs), and Willa Fitzgerald (Royal Pains).
Additional appearances this season include Bill Murray (Groundhog Day), Penn & Teller’s Penn Jillette, Andy Cohen (Watch What Happens Live), Matt Lauer (Today Show), Savannah Guthrie (Today Show), Former Presidential Advisor David Axelrod, U.S. Senators John McCain and Elizabeth Warren, Janel Moloney (The West Wing), Marylouise Burke (Sideways), Tony Plana (Ugly Betty), Rachel Maddow (The Rachel Maddow Show), Former Democratic Political Advisor George Stephanopoulos (Good Morning America), Jane Pauley (CBS Sunday Morning), Former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell, CNN’s John King, Andrea Mitchell (Andrea Mitchell Reports), Americans for Tax Reform Founder Grover Norquist, Alex Witt (Weekends with Alex Witt), and Toure and Abby Huntsman (The Cycle), among many others.
“We’re very excited to bring a second season of Alpha House to our customers,” said Roy Price, Vice President, Amazon Studios. “Garry’s talent helps bring to life the all-too-real absurdities of DC politics.”
“After eight months of hard work, we're proud to make Season Two available for viewers to savor in the weeks ahead,” said Trudeau. “Or to watch in its entirety before noon today. And rewatch before dinner. How great is Prime?”
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Amazon Studios most recently debuted Jill Soloway’s critically acclaimed dark comedy, Transparent, joining its first two prime time series, Alpha House and Betas, and first three children’s series, the Annecy International Animated Film Festival Award-winning Tumble Leaf from Bix Pix Entertainment; Creative Galaxy from Angela Santomero and Out of the Blue Enterprises, the creators of Blue’s Clues; and Annedroids, from Emmy nominated Sinking Ship Entertainment. Amazon Studios has also announced six additional, original series including Michael Connelly’s Bosch; Hand of God from Marc Forster and Ben Watkins; Mozart in the Jungle from Paul Weitz, Roman Coppola, Jason Schwartzman and Alex Timbers; Chris Carter’s The After; Red Oaks from Steven Soderbergh, David Gordon Green, Greg Jacobs and Joe Gangemi; and kids series Wishenpoof! from Angela Santomero and Out of the Blue Enterprises; and Gortimer Gibbon’s Life on Normal Street from David Anaxagoras, as well as second seasons of Alpha House and Transparent.
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