Users in the UK and Germany can view the pilots on Lovefilm, while through Amazon.com in the US
Amazon has launched its 14 pilot TV shows on the internet, including six shows for kids and eight comedies for free viewing.
The online retailer has been producing pilot TV shows since six months that include Alpha House, Betas and Teeny Tiny Dogs.
Users in the UK and Germany can view the pilots on Lovefilm, while through Amazon.com in the US, while users can also watch them on Amazon Instant Video apps through other web-connected devices including Roku, Xbox and Wii.
The company posted them all on the Amazon Instant Video section of its website to get feedback on which shows viewers like best.
The move is aimed at getting users’ feedback on shows, upon which the Amazon Studios production firm will make a decision on which projects to be made into full TV series for viewing on subscription-based online video service Prime Instant Video.
Amazon and other technology firms are involved in transforming Hollywood by offering TV shows and movies over the Internet, rather than delivering them via conventional channels including cable and satellite services.
Earlier, Amazon revealed a plan to launch a subscription based streaming music service similar to Spotify.