Television

Amazon’s original comedy ‘Alpha House’ renewed for season two

Earlier today Amazon Studios announced that it will bring the Garry Trudeau political series Alpha House back for a second season. John Goodman, Mark Consuelos, Clark Johnson and Matt Malloy will reprise their roles as Republican Senators living under one roof in Washington, D.C. Since its launch, Alpha House has become the most popular TV season on Amazon Instant Video and has collected over 6,000 5-star reviews. Production on season two is scheduled to begin this summer.
 
“We are delighted that Alpha House is a winner among Prime members,” said Roy Price, Director of Amazon Studios. “More than 6,000 customers gave the show a perfect five-star rating and have posted glowing, witty and compelling reviews asking for a second season. We’re excited to begin production and keep the story about these senators alive.”
 
Written by Academy Award-nominee and Pulitzer Prize-winner Garry Trudeau and produced by Trudeau, Elliot Webb and Jonathan Alter, Alpha House is a comedy about four misfit senators who rent a house together in Washington, D.C. and deal with the outrageous—and sometimes all-too-real—foibles of Beltway life.
 
“Alpha House is a joy to work on, and we’re thrilled that the show’s been renewed by Amazon,” said Garry Trudeau. “It’s fun to dance on the leading edge of streaming video, where audiences converge on server farms at all hours, besotted by John Goodman and free two-day shipping.”
 
Customers can watch season one of Alpha House now, exclusively on Prime Instant Video, using their Kindle Fire, iPad, iPhone, Roku, Xbox, PlayStation, Wii, and other connected devices, or online at Amazon.com. For those who are not already Amazon Prime members, the first three episodes of Alpha House are available to all Amazon customers through Amazon Instant Video. Customers can sign up for a free trial of Amazon Prime at www.amazon.com/primevideos.