Amazon TV, the company’s home-video streaming service, is coming to your TV in 2018.
Amazon said the streaming service would be available to pre-order on Jan. 1.
For those who have never had the option to stream Netflix or Hulu or other TV services on their TV, you’re in luck.
Amazon said on Tuesday that it’s bringing the streaming video service to all 50 states starting Jan. 2.
The streaming service has been available in the United States since May, and it’s now available for all of Amazon’s other devices, including Kindle Fire, Fire TV, Fire Phone, Fire tablet, Fire, Echo, and Echo Dot.
We’re thrilled to bring Amazon TV to Amazon Prime members starting in 2018!
The streaming video platform, which Amazon says is designed for “people who like watching and reading videos, who like to watch movies, who love to read, and who love their Amazon Prime membership,” has more than 300 million subscribers.
This includes the majority of Prime members, according to Amazon.
As a result, Amazon said its new streaming service will have “a more focused focus on people who like movies and television” and that Prime members will have access to more than 500,000 hours of Prime-exclusive content, including exclusive shows like The Simpsons, Big Bang Theory, South Park, The Walking Dead, and many more.
According to Amazon, its new service will “help millions of people to stay connected and connected to their favorite shows and movies.”
For now, you can pre-purchase Amazon TV on Amazon.com.
If you want to get a sneak peek at what’s to come, you should definitely check out Amazon’s full announcement here.