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Amazon Studios' first film, Spike Lee's Chi-Raq, will finally be available for streaming by Amazon Prime subscribers on Feb. 5, just two months after the film's theatrical release. Other movies streaming for Prime subscribers this month include best documentary Oscar nominee Amy, Lost in Translation, The Fifth Element, Men in Black, Talladega Nights and 1989's Batman, starring Michael Keaton as the Caped Crusader.
On the TV side, Amazon will debut its original docuseries, The New Yorker Presents, produced by Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney and Conde Nast Entertainment, on Feb. 16. The show will feature scripted narrative and documentary segments based on the magazine's pieces as well as comedy, poetry, animation and cartoons.
Those who are behind on FX's The Americans and HBO's Girls and The Newsroom can catch up on all three series later this month, when past seasons begin streaming on Amazon Prime.
Movies and TV shows becoming available via Amazon Instant Video in February include Steve Jobs, Truth, The People vs. O.J. Simpson, The Walking Dead and Better Call Saul, with new episodes of the latter three becoming available on Amazon the day after they air on TV.
Read on for the full list of movies and TV shows coming to Amazon in February.
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