/// HBO Shows Including The Sopranos Coming to Amazon Prime
Amazon has declared once again that it isn't kidding when it comes to fighting the streaming service wars: the company has signed an exclusive deal with HBO to distribute library content including The Sopranos, Six Feet Under, The Wire, Deadwood, Enlightened and Treme, as well as early seasons of currently-running series Boardwalk Empire and True Blood (both scheduled to end this year). It's a more conservative move than it might appear for HBO—the company still reserves season-to-date content for its own streaming service, HBO Go, which has set the standard for friendly user interfaces among streaming apps, and with content on Go airing day-and-date with the network's linear iteration, the app remains very popular. In fact, it's been somewhat too popular in recent months—the network's servers
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