Beta: Watch Party

Watching is better together.

There’s a fun new way to enjoy your favorite shows with your favorite people, wherever you are. With Watch Parties, you can chat with up to 100 friends while you watch movies and TV shows online together. It’s almost like watching side-by-side in real life — without having to share your popcorn.

 

 

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Ways to Watch Party

Included with Prime – choose from great titles included with Prime, all at no extra cost to your membership. Rent or Buy – decide on a movie or TV episode, have all in your group rent or buy the title, and start your Watch Party.

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Watch Party is available in select countries.

The Boys S2
The Expanse
Borat: Subsequent Movie Film
Sponge Bob
Hell's Kitchen
Upload
Hanna
Knives Out

1. Find a movie or TV show.
Click on the Watch Party icon on your screen for movies. You’ll find it in the episode list for TV shows.

3. Invite your friends.
Share your Watch Party link with up to 100 people. Your friends can join by clicking on their link.

2. Enter your name.
Choose the name you’d like to use while chatting. Create your Watch Party.

4. Start watching and chatting! 
Once everyone is ready, start your Watch Party. The host can play, pause, skip, and seek for the group.

What devices can I use with Prime Video Watch Party?
Compatible devices for Watch Party playback include desktop browsers (except Apple Safari and Internet Explorer), and on FireTV devices, exclusively in the Prime Video app. In order to host or join a Watch Party on a FireTV device, you first must open the Prime Video app. Playback is not supported on mobile devices, but the latest version of the Prime Video app on your mobile device supports Watch Party chat and makes it easier to share a link to your Watch Party with family and friends.

What is required to start or join a Prime Video Watch Party?
For Prime eligible content, you need Prime membership to start or join a Watch Party. You can also choose to use Watch Party to watch content available to buy or rent with friends and family. Every participant will need to buy or rent the video, similar to watching it on your own. To participate in a Watch Party, you must (i) have access to the title via a Prime membership or Prime Video subscription or (ii) have rented or purchased the applicable title. If hosting a Watch Party with rented or purchased content, every participant will also need to buy or rent the video, similar to watching it on their own. As a host, to start a Watch Party on a FireTV device, you will need to open the Prime Video app on the FireTV device to begin the Watch Party. If you have the latest version of the Prime Video app installed on your mobile device, you can share a link to your Watch Party and chat with other participants on your phone. As a participant, to use Watch Party on a FireTV device, you will need to join through the invite link that you receive on your mobile device and follow the instructions to join.

Can I host a Watch Party while I am traveling internationally?
If you are traveling internationally and wish to host a Watch Party, eligible content may be limited. Additional information related to content availability while traveling can be found here. In order to host a Watch Party while traveling internationally, you must first log into your Prime membership via your home country page. For example, if you are from the United States, you must log into your Prime membership via Amazon.com.

Can I participate in an international Watch Party?
Unfortunately joining an international Watch Party is not currently available. For Prime eligible or rented or purchased content, your eligibility to participate in a Watch Party requires your subscription, rental, or purchase to be in the same country as the host's home subscription, rental, or purchase. For example, if the host’s home subscription is in the United States through Amazon.com, you must be logged into your United States subscription through Amazon.com to participate.

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