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Return of Mozart in the Jungle carries Amazon Prime Video into 2017

By Adam Flomenbaum | Co-Executive Editor

December 30, 2016 | 3 min read

Fresh off a Golden Globes win last year - and more nominations this year - Mozart in the Jungle is back and has unseated Goliath as the most-watched original show on Amazon Prime Video. Additional insights below via Jumpshot:

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Mozart vs. Goliath: The Amazon Original series Mozart in the Jungle not only scored a Golden Globe Nomination for Best Television Series - Musical or Comedy this week, but it's season 3 debut finally toppled Billy Bob Thorton's Goliath. Season 1 of the series also saw an increase in viewership this week. Season 1 & 3 drew a 28% share this past week.

Off to See the Wizard: Lost in Oz, the anime series based on the classic Wizard of Oz, debuted on Amazon Prime December 2 and this past week captured a 16% share. Based on the initial feedback from customers, Amazon has already noted that new episodes of this series are coming in 2017

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