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Mozart in the Jungle 3 Seasons 2014

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Season 1
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4.6 out of 5 stars (39,479) IMDb 8.2/10

A new Amazon Original Series: What happens behind the curtains at the symphony is just as captivating as what happens on stage. Created by Paul Weitz (About a Boy), Roman Coppola (The Darjeeling Limited), and Jason Schwartzman (Rushmore). Brash new maestro Rodrigo (Gael Garcia Bernal) is stirring things up, and young oboist Hailey (Lola Kirke) hopes for her big chance.

Starring:
Lola Kirke, Gael García Bernal

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Emmy Award-winning Original Series

A big round of applause for 2016 Emmy winner Mozart in the Jungle. Stream all episodes of this critically acclaimed Amazon Original Series, starring Best Actor Golden Globe Award winner Gael Garcia Bernal, now with Prime before season three premieres this December.

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Season 1
1. Pilot

A new Amazon Original Series: What happens behind the curtains at the symphony is just as captivating as what happens on stage. Created by Paul Weitz (About a Boy), Roman Coppola (The Darjeeling Limited), and Jason Schwartzman (Rushmore). Brash new maestro Rodrigo (Gael Garcia Bernal) is stirring things up, and young oboist Hailey (Lola Kirke) hopes for her big chance.

TV-MA CC Language: English Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: December 23, 2014
2. Fifth Chair

Inspired by Hailey's passion, Rodrigo insists that she play with the orchestra, over the objections of Gloria (Bernadette Peters). Veteran maestro Thomas (Malcolm McDowell) tries to rise above his resentment of Rodrigo, only to face more humiliations. Hailey pays a late night visit to Alex, on the eve of her big day -- the moment she's been waiting for.

TV-MA CC Language: English Runtime: 27 minutes Release date: December 23, 2014
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3. Silent Symphony

Alex helps Hailey figure out an easy way to make money, while back at the symphony hall, an older musician collapses when Rodrigo pushes him too hard. After being humiliated by Rodrigo's assistant, Hailey lets off a lifetime of steam, and is caught off guard when Rodrigo makes her an offer.

TV-MA CC Language: English Runtime: 25 minutes Release date: December 23, 2014
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4. You Have Insulted Tchaikovsky

Gloria hosts a fundraiser to introduce Rodrigo. Hailey is sent to retrieve him and Thomas steps in to perform. When Rodrigo finally arrives to wow the crowd, Thomas can no longer contain himself. But the new maestro isn't enjoying himself -- he's haunted by a message: someone important is coming.

TV-MA CC Language: English Runtime: 29 minutes Release date: December 23, 2014
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5. I'm with the Maestro

Rodrigo seeks guidance to rid himself of his "dreadful passion". With Thomas gone on a sabbatical, Cynthia bonds with Betty. In the middle of Alex's showcase -- an intimate dance with his roommate -- Hailey is summoned by Rodrigo to keep him from seeing Ana Maria. When she heads to Alex's apartment later, Hailey doesn't like what she finds.

TV-MA CC Language: English Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: December 23, 2014
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6. The Rehearsal

As pressure mounts before the launch of the new season, Rodrigo erupts. His behavior alarms the symphony's business advisor, Edward, who warns Gloria to rein him in - just as her star conductor takes the orchestra on a surprise field trip. In the wake of all the drama, Hailey arrives home to find Alex, wondering why she hasn't returned his calls.

TV-MA CC Language: English Runtime: 25 minutes Release date: December 23, 2014
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7. You Go to My Head

At a fundraising gala at an estate, Edward offers a large sum if Rodrigo will play the violin. Rodrigo ups the ante and turns the tables. Hailey runs into Lizzie, and discovers her roommate has been hiding her upper crust roots -- before spending the rest of the night impressing a man with aristocratic credentials of his own.

TV-MA CC Language: English Runtime: 26 minutes Release date: December 23, 2014
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8. Mozart with the Bacon

When Rodrigo decides he doesn't want Windsor Elliot for his opening night, the legendary pianist confronts him, and ends up helping him realize who he does want. Cynthia is sent to track down Thomas, but isn't quite prepared for what greets her. Hailey gives an intimate oboe lesson to her wealthy new friend, but the session is interrupted by Lizzie, who has some surprising news about her pupil.

TV-MA CC Language: English Runtime: 28 minutes Release date: December 23, 2014
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9. Now, Fortissimo!

Rodrigo summons Hailey to drive him upstate to find Ana Maria, explaining that she "makes him alive", exactly what the symphony needs opening night. Back in the city, Cynthia takes some pills for her wrist, and ends up seeing a co-worker in a whole new light. Hailey finds Alex, ready to feel alive.

TV-MA CC Language: English Runtime: 22 minutes Release date: December 23, 2014
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10. Opening Night

After a harsh verdict from Betty, Hailey is ready to give up on her dream. But as the crowd fills the hall for opening night, Betty has gone missing. No one in the orchestra is prepared for what happens next. As their tempestuous new soloist, Ana Maria, goes off the rails, Rodrigo is forced to make a choice.

TV-MA CC Language: English Runtime: 30 minutes Release date: December 23, 2014
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Bonus: Mozart in the Jungle: Behind the Scenes

The talented cast and crew introduce the company of characters that make up the NY Symphony Orchestra.

CC Language: English Runtime: 2 minutes Release date: January 9, 2015
Bonus: Mozart in the Jungle: A Look Ahead

Get a sneak peek at Mozart in the Jungle, the provocative new Amazon Original series from Roman Coppola and Jason Schwartzman - starring Gael Garcia Bernal.

TV-MA CC Language: English Runtime: 1 minute Release date: December 23, 2014

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By kadugen on February 6, 2014
This pilot is great! The concept is so unique, the acting superb, the characters so believable and interesting…I can't wait to see what happens next! I'm not typically someone who enjoys character dramas much, but the creators of this show were able to capture something incredibly refreshing to watch. I can easily imagine Mozart in the Jungle winning a few Emmy's in the future. My only fear is that it becomes something I've seen several times before on TV—a sappy relationship drama that takes place in a big city. Keep it believable, keep it quirky, and keep it different!
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Found every minute a delicious treat. The appearance of Gael García Bernal in a streaming sit com just blew me away.
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So thrilled that a show about classical music is made. All the performances were really high level, acting was great, and the chemistry between the oboist and dancer was great. Love it!!!
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So I confess I am a fan of both classical music and of the seamier bits of city life. A show that combines them both - yes please! This show does for classical music what Numb3rs did for math - i.e. makes a profession many don't understand both real and fascinating. What's more, Mozart in the Jungle portrays geniuses and virtuosos as not the one dimensional boring stooges mainstream media usually presents, but as complex characters with lives both normal and naughty. It's about time. How long has the media shown smart people as never getting laid? And classical musicians as having no sense of humor? Wrong! Kinky and cool can show up anywhere - and here with a soundtrack far more lasting than the latest indie pop band. Added bonus: after years of trying to get my teenage son to hear what I hear in Mozart, he can finally connect great music to something more interesting than old white people in suits. Please finish making this show. It's an award winner.
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I was looking forward to the first season being released, and was not disappointed. This show is an entertaining and intriguing (if not always 100% accurate) look at the orchestra world. My one criticism: one of the show's main themes is that professional orchestra musicians often don't receive recognition (being asked to enter through the back door at parties, etc.). The show itself needs to pay attention to this, and include in the credits not only a list of the musical works used in each episode but also the names of the orchestras, conductors, and soloists performing in the tracks used. If Amazon Studios was savvy, they would publish a list of each episode's soundtrack with links to purchase titles available. But at a minimum, with respect for the "real" musicians whose work is featured on the show, please acknowledge them in the credits!
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Love seeing this kind of dark, flashy nuttiness set in the classical music world. Excellent dialogue and acting. Also love the NYC setting. Hope it gets picked up!
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Wonderful show. It took me a long time to watch it, because the early reviews gave me the impression that this would be just another show with characters who are addicted to sex and drugs and horrible to each other, and a temperamental maniac of a conductor. Or, like that ballet show on Starz, so messed up and poverty stricken that they end up, not only addicted to sex and drugs and horrible to each other, but becoming strippers and prostitutes to make ends meet.

Mozart in the Jungle is the none of those things. It's a gentle comedy about world-class musicians who are dedicated to their music, actually seem to like each other, and while they have their occasional disagreements, are mostly kind to each other. The drugs so far are very minimal, and mostly related to a cello player's pain killer for her injured hand. The sex has been low key, firmly rooted in plot and character, and we're not subjected to long, explicit scenes more appropriate to porn channels (unlike most cable show these days),

The music is beautiful, always new pieces every week and nicely woven into the plot. It's mostly classical, but also some modern and Latin pieces. I love classical music, but for those who don't, there's never so much that you will get tired of it. More like a tantalizing taste to give you an idea why some people find classical music so transcendent, that might have you looking up the pieces online to listen to more. The Amazon app tells you what pieces are playing, which is a great added feature.

The characters are so engaging, you end up liking even the more curmudgeonly ones. The new maestro is amazing. He's supposed to be sort of a rock star in the classical world, but he's a sweet and kind and devoted to music and making the orchestra great.
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By HGA on February 6, 2014
Refreshing and fun!!!
It is time for the serious underworld of professional music to gain exposure in general entertainment.
The subject matter is fresh. The presentation is professional. The expression of egos that may appear at first glance to be over-acting, are indeed the reality of the egos and emotive personalities found in the professional music world.
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