Coming to Amazon Prime in December 2015

David Oyelowo is Martin Luther King in Ava DuVernay's 'Selma.'

Amazon has announced what’s coming to Amazon Prime Video in December for Prime members to stream as part of their subscription. Highlights this month include the second season of Amazon’s first Emmy-nominated original series Transparent, the acclaimed drama Selma about the Freedom March led by Martin Luther King, and Christopher Nolan’s heady science fiction odyssey Interstellar.

The list is via CNET, and it doesn’t include such details as exactly which version of Monkey Business (Marx Bros. or Cary Grant?) Bedazzled (original or remake), or Black Beauty is coming, so Stream On Demand will be monitoring the releases.

* Update December 4, 2015 – It is the 2000 remake of Bedazzled and the 19552 Monkey Business with Cary Grant and Ginger Rogers.

Note that these are just highlights; Stream On Demand will be keeping an eye out for other notable films and TV shows that arrive through the month.

December 1
Bedazzled (2000)
The Details
Monkey Business (11952)
River Of No Return
Something’s Gotta Give

December 9
Meet Me in Montenegro

December 11
Transparent: Season 2

December 12
Tumble Leaf: Season 2

December 15
Cutie and the Boxer

December 19

December 26
The Gambler

December 27
Stick Man

December 30
Black Beauty
Curly Sue
Free Willy
Mozart in the Jungle: Season 2

Dates are subject to change without notice.

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Christopher Nolan’s ‘Interstellar.’ Photo credit: Paramount

About Sean Axmaker

Sean Axmaker is a contributing writer for Turner Classic Movies Online, The Seattle Weekly, Keyframe, and Cinephiled, and the editor of Parallax View ( He was a film critic for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer for nine years and a longtime home video columnist for IMDb and MSN Movies, and his work has appeared in Indiewire,, The Stranger, Senses of Cinema, Asian Cult Cinema, Filmfax, Psychotronic Video, and "The Scarecrow Video Guide." You can find links to all of this and more on his shamelessly self-promoting blog at

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