Amazon Prime members can now watch ESPN’s “30 for 30” documentaries, which celebrate the sports network’s 30 years in the business from 1979-2009. The films are directed by outside filmmakers such as Ice Cube (who directs “Straight Outta L.A.”), John Singleton (“Marion Jones: Press Pause”), and Ron Shelton “Jordan Rides the Bus”). Time Magazine called the documentary series from ESPN “A Thrilling Collection.”
Amazon Instant Video recently added the titles “Masterpiece: Downton Abbey Original UK Version Season 2,” “The West Wing: The Complete First Season,” “Fringe: The Complete First Season,” and “Stargate SG-1 Season 1” among other TV shows. Newly added movies include “Mission: Impossible III,” “Shooter,” “Last Tango in Paris,” and “The Hunger Games.”
Amazon’s unlimited streaming video service is included with the cost of Amazon Prime service which offers free two-day shipping on most products for $79 per year. The service is available on Playstation 3, Xbox 360, Apple iPad, Kindle Fire, and supporting Blu-ray Players and HDTVs.