There's some roar left in the old lion yet. MGM has completed a licensing deal with Amazon to provide hundreds of movies and TV shows for streaming on its Amazon Prime service. The films include such classics as the Terminator series, The Silence Of The Lambs, Dances With Wolves and Rain Man. TV shows include thirtysomething, Stargate, and Dead Like Me. "Our customers tell us they love having tons of movies and TV shows to choose from, which is why we are focused on adding even more titles to our already extensive Prime Instant Video library," Brad Beale, director of digital video content acquisition for Amazon, said in a statement. Terms of The Deal were not disclosed.
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