It looks as though streamers will have plenty of time to watch one of the newest movies from last year soon.
The Streamable has reported that the last Daniel Craig James Bond film “No Time to Die” will be added to Prime Video on Friday, June 10. It is the only Bond film that is not currently on Prime Video.
This is happening due to Amazon acquiring Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) in March 2021, along with Amazon adding most of MGM’s catalog of content to its Prime Video streaming service.
After “No Time to Die” has finished its time on Prime Video, it will move to the Amazon-owned EPIX streaming service. Amazon has yet to say on what date that change will occur.
Prime Video is available to stream on the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Mac. It can be subscribed to through in-app purchases in the App Store for $8.99 a month.
Additionally, the EPIX streaming service can be subscribed to in its EPIX NOW app in the App Store for $5.99 a month. It is also on Apple TV Channels for the same price per month.
The difference between using the EPIX NOW app and through the EPIX Channel on Apple TV Channels is the Channel goes through and syncs with the Apple TV app.
What are your thoughts on the James Bond movie “No Time to
Die” coming to Prime Video next month? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.