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Amazon Prime Video Picks Up UK Rights To ‘American Gods’ Season 3

Amazon is sticking with American Gods. Amazon Prime Video UK has picked up the exclusive UK rights to the recently ordered third season of the Starz original drama. The show's second season started airing on the streaming service last week. The pick up is part of a wider agreement inked by Amazon which will see them continue as the international broadcaster for American Gods in more than than 200 countries and territories worldwide. FremantleMedia International is the distributor.

Amazon Prime Video Sets UK Premiere Date For ‘American Gods’ Season 2

The second season of Starz's American Gods will receive its UK premiere on Amazon Prime Video UK on Monday March 11th, it has been announced. New episodes will continue to be made available to Amazon Prime subscribers in the UK every Monday, less than 24 hours after they initially air on Starz in the United States.

Amazon Prime Video Sets UK Premiere Date For ‘American Gods’

Starz's Neil Gaiman adaptation American Gods will receive its UK premiere on Amazon Prime Video UK on Monday May 1st, it has been announced. New episodes will continue to be made available to Amazon Prime subscribers in the UK every Monday, less than 24 hours after they initially air on Starz in the United States.

Amazon Prime Video Acquires UK Rights To Starz’s ‘American Gods’

American GodsStarz's American Gods adaptation has found a UK home. Amazon Prime Video has secured the exclusive UK rights to the series after striking a deal with FremantleMedia International, TVWise has learned. The streaming service has also acquired rights to American Gods in Austria, Germany and Japan.

Neil Gaiman Adaptation ‘American Gods’ Gets Series Order At Starz

StarzAfter being stuck in development hell for years (most recently at HBO), an adaptation of Neil Gaiman's American Gods is one step closer to becoming a reality. Starz has handed out a straight-to-series order to the project, which has been developed by Hannibal's Bryan Fuller and Michael Green (The River). The series order, the size of which has not been officially set, is cast contingent, with the start of production dependent on casting the lead role of Shadow Moon.