Fresh off a triumphant Golden Globes performance, Amazon is offering its original series Mozart in the Jungle for free this weekend.
Anyone can watch the first and second season of Mozart in the Jungle starting Friday, 15 January at 9pm and ending at midnight on Sunday, 17 January.
The show, usually only available through Amazon's Prime Video subscription, will be available through the Amazon Video app for TVs, connected devices including Fire TV and mobile devices, or online here.
Mozart in the Jungle won this year's Golden Globe for Best Musical or Comedy Series, while its lead star, Gael García Bernal, nabbed Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy Series.
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Amazon Studios took home four Golden Globes overall, with their other big original series, Mr Robot, claiming the awards for Best Television Drama and Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Christian Slater.
Mozart in the Jungle is based on memoir 'Mozart in the Jungle: Sex, Drugs & Classical Music' by Blair Tindall.
The comedic drama focuses on the life of Rodrigo, a conductor with the New York Symphony Orchestra trying to navigate the difficult world of classical music.
Amazon previously made its Golden Globe winning show Transparent free for a day following its success at the award show last year.
A list of all Amazon Video compatible devices is available here.