If you were one of those people who asked themselves, “What’s Mozart in the Jungle?” when the series took home the Golden Globe for Best TV Comedy or Musical Sunday, this weekend you’ll have the chance to find out. Starting Friday at 9 p.m. PT, Amazon will stream both seasons of the show for free, the company announced Thursday.
Typically, Amazon Prime users are the only ones with access to the classical music-based comedy, but until Sunday at 11:59 p.m. local time, viewers without accounts will have access to the series on Amazon’s site and mobile video app. If viewers like what they see, they can sign up for Amazon Prime for just $73 over the weekend (an annual membership usually goes for $99).
In addition to the series’ win, leading man Gael García Bernal trumped the Best Actor in a TV Comedy or Musical category. “I’m thinking ‘What the f—, wow, this is really weird, great, incredible,’ ” he told EW of the win.
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Mozart in the Jungle‘s Best TV Comedy or Musical victory marks the second consecutive year an Amazon original series has taken the category, with Transparent winning last year.
“What an incredible honor to be recognized by the Hollywood Foreign Press two years in a row,” Amazon Studios Vice President Roy Price said in a release. “We are incredibly proud of Gael, Jason, Roman, Paul, and everyone involved in the making of Mozart in the Jungle — it’s gratifying and exciting to see the success of this series.”