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Six Feet Under, The Wire and More HBO Shows Leaving Amazon Prime

TVLine logo TVLine 4/25/2017 Rebecca Iannucci
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If you’ve been getting your vintage HBO fix from Amazon Prime as of late, we’ve got some bad news.

A number of series — including The Sopranos, Six Feet Under andThe Wire — will no longer be available on the streaming service as of Sunday, May 21.

As reported by Vulture, that date is exactly three years since Amazon Prime began offering HBO shows to subscribers, as part of a syndication deal between the two companies. Because HBO has not yet extended the deal — and seemingly doesn’t plan to do so, now that it has its own HBO Now streaming product — at least a dozen titles will be leaving Prime, including:

* The Sopranos

* Six Feet Under

* Flight of the Conchords

* True Blood

* The Wire

* The Comeback

* Deadwood

* Eastbound and Down

* Bored to Death

* Enlightened

* Girls Seasons 1 and 2

* Veep Seasons 1 and 2

Meanwhile, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Sex and the City and Entourage will remain streamable on Prime. (And of course, HBO shows will still be available for purchase via the Amazon Video store.)

Neither Amazon nor HBO have made an official statement about the change-up. Which show(s) are you most bummed to lose?


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