Mad Men Streaming Rights Secured by Amazon, IMDb TV


IMDb TV in the U.S. and Amazon Prime Video have secured international streaming rights for all seven seasons of the award-winning drama series Mad Men.

Starting July 15, IMDb TV will be the exclusive free streaming home for the series in the U.S. All 92 episodes will be available for Prime members in Europe, Australia, Latin America and elsewhere starting July 3; Japan, Israel, Indonesia and Thailand starting July 15; Canada starting October 1 and in the Netherlands starting November 1.

Mad Men comes to AMC Network in the fall, with select other AMC rights kick in over the course of the deal. The show launches across StarzPlay’s footprint in Europe, LatAm and Japan on October 1.

Mad Men was produced by Lionsgate in association with AMC.

Jim Packer, the president of worldwide TV and digital distribution at Lionsgate, commented: “Mad Men is an evergreen property whose appeal has continued to grow over the years, and we’re pleased to collaborate with a diverse alliance of exceptional partners to bring it to a global audience.”

He added: “This comprehensive and multifaceted agreement brings together partners from every part of the content ecosystem, and it allows a whole new generation of fans to enjoy one of the greatest television series ever made, whether they’re reuniting with the show as an old friend or discovering Mad Men for the first time.”