Amazon inks Prime streaming deal with Warner Bros.

Amazon has inked a deal with Warner Bros. for content that it can stream on its Prime Instant Video service.

The agreement gives Amazon US streaming rights to two TNT scripted series: Falling Skies and The Closer.

The licensing agreement for sci-fi drama Falling Skies and procedural The Closer was inked between Amazon and Turner Broadcasting System and Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution.

Both will be added to the Prime Instant Video line-up. The catalog now stretches to 30,000 episodes of TV and movies, Amazon said.

“Today’s agreements with TNT and Warner Bros. Domestic TV add two great TV series to Prime Instant Video,” said Brad Beale, director of digital video content acquisition for Amazon. “Falling Skies and The Closer are some of Turner’s most-watched and highly talked about series and we’re happy to offer them exclusively for Prime members to enjoy.”