Amazon will let anyone watch Season One of Orphan Black, but the deal is only good for April 17.
Orphan Black is an Amazon Prime exclusive series, but on April 17 they will be allowing anyone to watch Season One. The show will be available for viewing through Amazon's Instant Video app for TVs, connected devices and mobile devices, or online. All ten episodes of the first season will be available for the day for anyone to watch, whether a member of Amazon already or not.
"Orphan Black has been extremely popular with Prime members since the series became available exclusively in Prime Instant Video—that's why we're excited to make season one available to all customers for free, for a day," said Michael Paull, Vice President of Digital Video at Amazon. "We saw an incredible response when we made our Golden Globe-winning original series Transparent available to everyone, so we're giving customers an opportunity to try out another great series that Prime members already love."
Currently there are two seasons released, with the third coming out on April 18. If you want to see what Orphan Black is all about, but don't have a Prime membership, this is your chance. The offer is good for one day only, April 17, so set a reminder if needed.