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Hyper Action Adventure Chrome The Series Partners with Amazon Prime for Upcoming May 30 Streaming Debut

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Hyper Action Adventure Chrome The Series Partners with Amazon Prime for Upcoming May 30 Streaming Debut

May 19
06:26 2020
Hyper Action Adventure Chrome The Series Partners with Amazon Prime for Upcoming May 30 Streaming Debut

Exciting hyper action Chrome: The Series pilot episode debuts on Amazon Prime in two weeks this upcoming May 30 starring Katie Erin Tomlinson, Anthony Piana, Susan Goforth, Natasha Coppola-Shalom, Dave Morrissey Jr.
Timothy Hines, Susan Goforth and Donovan Le with their Pendragon Pictures announce they are partnering with Amazon Prime as their principal streaming platform for Chrome: The Series beginning in two weeks, Saturday, May 30th.


Above: Chrome: The Series Debuts May 30 on Amazon Prime. Free with Prime.

Motion Picture production team Timothy Hines, Susan Goforth and Donovan Le with their longtime company Pendragon Pictures are proud to announce that they are partnering up with Amazon Prime as their principal streaming platform for Chrome: The Series beginning in two weeks, Saturday, May 30th.

Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/embed/FtOPSLiP9Sg

Chrome: The Series is an escapist fantasy adventure of a female robot slave who defies cruel masters with the help of a repairbot (Natasha Coppola-Shalom) to bring humanity back to the human race and right the injustices of the world. Starring Katie Erin Tomlinson, Anthony Piana, Susan Goforth, and Natasha Coppola-Shalom who is the niece of Nicolas Cage, grandniece of Francis Ford Coppola and cousin of Sophia Coppola.


Above: Natasha Coppola-Shalom who plays Perdix in Chrome: The Series Debuting on Amazon Prime May 30, 2020.

Below: Natasha Coppola-Shalom (C) at a premiere with uncle Nicholas Cage:

“We couldn’t be more please to debut on Amazon Prime with an audience of more than 150 million,” says Chrome producer and co-star Susan Goforth.

Above and below: Susan Goforth as EL The Reclaimer in Chrome: The Series streaming May 30 on Amazon Prime.

“Amazon treated us very well,” adds director Timothy Hines, “They bent over backward in a very challenging time to get our series properly launched. As filmmakers we were treated with respect and dignity. We have and continue to make a lot of money for them on our other movies, War of the Worlds The True Story, and 10 Days in a Madhouse, and this is the right fit for us.”

Timothy Hines’ War of the Worlds The True Story on Amazon Prime.

 


Above: Timothy Hines’ 10 Days in a Madhouse – NBC Universal Home Entertainment – Streaming on Amazon Prime.

On the contrary, Hines and Goforth after initial interest, shied away from other streaming services like Netflix. Goforth explains, “Back in the day when Netflix was a home DVD delivery service on the way up they were very open to collaboration with moviemakers. But as they grew their focus narrowed to an elite few with massive control over the creative aspects of their content. We found that the deal we would see wasn’t going to benefit us nearly on the level Amazon was willing to provide.”


Above: Chrome: The Series Debuts May 30 on Amazon Prime. Free with Prime.


Above: Amazon Prime’s 150 million viewers enjoy great shows like the acclaimed comedy series Fleabag.


Above: Chrome: The Series Debuts May 30 on Amazon Prime. Free with Prime.

While Amazon has been on fire with shows like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Fleabag, Hanna, Tales From the Loop, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, The Man in the High Castle, Homecoming, Good Omens, Mozart in the Jungle, and more, Netflix has been in constant conflict with the powers in Hollywood such as Steven Spielberg over their perceived bending of the rules with the Cannes Film Festival which got them banned for two years. They have a very closed door inaccessible attitude toward all but a few creators.

There has been much controversy over the way Netflix reports its numbers and many say they are planting their thumb on the scale. According to the publication, The Motley Fool, “Netflix’s methodology for tracking viewership changed in Q4, in a major way. This shift appears to run counter to the recent promise from Netflix honcho Scott Stuber to provide ‘more transparency’ into its viewer metrics in 2020.

“Beginning last quarter, Netflix stopped defining a viewer as ‘anyone who watched 70% of a movie or one episode of a series. Instead, it now counts anyone who watched a particular title ‘for at least two minutes,’ regardless of program length.”


Above: Chrome: The Series Debuts May 30 on Amazon Prime. Free with Prime.


Above: Chrome: The Series Debuts May 30 on Amazon Prime. Free with Prime.

Hines says, “We partnered with Amazon over Netflix because of their massive encouragement of talent and product in a wide creative range. It’s a no brainer. Netflix is facing new platforms appearing from the major studios and audiences who are discovering the great product on Amazon in unprecedented numbers. Netflix is now facing real competition. Not just winning because they were essentially only one of two. I have no doubt that Amazon Prime with a hundred and fifty million viewers and growing, and with exciting new product like their great series, Upload, from The Office co-creator and creator of Parks and Recreation, Greg Daniels, Mad Dogs, Undone, Catastrophe, Homecoming with Julia Roberts, Bosch, A Very English Scandal, The Expanse, Forever and our Chrome: The Series, Amazon grows and continues to be the place to get your primary streaming entertainment.”

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