All Of Amazon’s Original Pilots Are Online – Including The Onion, Alpha House With Bill Murray And More

teeny tiny dogsAll fourteen of Amazon’s Originals are online now, through the Amazon website as well as Lovefilm. They can all be screened in full, and then given a star rating. The idea is that Amazon will commission full series for the most popular.

So far, Zombieland has garnered the most column inches but as I look at the roster of available shows, its a couple of the others that seem to twinkle the most.

There’s Alpha House, a political sitcom with John Goodman and a guest appearance from Bill Murray. And there’s another attempt at launching an Onion show, Onion News Empire with Jeffrey Tambor.

Six of the shows are aimed squarely at kids, and I’ll maybe skip those for now, though Teeny Tiny Dogs does come from the Henson people and… click

…hey! This thing is hardly done at all. It’s almost all animatics. Swizz! I want puppets!

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