The little series that could Mozart in the Jungle surprised critics and audiences when it pulled in two Golden Globe wins this past Sunday. The quirky Amazon show took home Best TV Comedy and its resident enchanting Latino, Gael García Bernal, earned the Best Actor in a TV Comedy award. The two short-but-sweet seasons of Mozart in the Jungle have been stuck behind the e-retailer’s paywall and only available to Amazon Prime subscribers, until now. As reported by Deadline Hollywood, all 20 episodes (spanning season one and two) will be available to the public for free this weekend. From 9 p.m. Pacific Time on Friday, January 15 through 11:59 p.m. local time on Sunday night (January 17) stream to your heart’s content on Amazon.com or using the Amazon Video app.
Don’t miss the chance to watch Gael conduct a fictional orchestra, woo women, sport a curly wig, drink mate, talk to Mozart, make weird sexual innuendos, show off his secret comedy chops, and in season two take a magical and nostalgic trip to Mexico. Even if you’ve never wondered what happens behind the scenes of world-renowned symphonies, Mozart in the Jungle will convince you that behind the facade of classical music is a clandestine world of sex, drugs, and rock and roll. Even oboists, violinists, and flutists like to fun once in a while.
From 9 p.m. PT on January 15 through 11:59 p.m. local time on January 17, stream Mozart in the Jungle for free.