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Amazon's original web series "Mozart in the Jungle" announces release date. Amazon

Remember Amazon is letting its consumers weigh in on what they want to watch online? Well, apparently they voted yes on the original web series “Mozart in the Jungle” and it’s almost here. The show is based on the classical music world memoir by Blair Tindall and on a certain level on the Venezuela’s conducting superstar, Gustavo Dudamel. Created by Roman Coppola, Paul Weitz, Alex Timbers and Jason Schwartzman, the show is about conducting prodigy Rodrigo D’Souza (played by Gael García Bernal) has been saving mediocre orchestras all over the world, with a good balance between a musical genius and a regular young guy who wants to have fun and is a womanizer; hence the show’s slogan “Sex, drugs, and classical music.”

The web series’ premise also showcases the fact that what happens behind the curtains at the symphony can be just as captivating as what happens on stage, so it dissects the ins and outs of the classical music world. Gael’s character is, in a way, imposed as the new conductor of the New York Symphony Orchestra, despite veteran Maestro Thomas’s bitternessto welcome him.

Amazon just announced Prime users will be able to stream the entire first season of the web series on December 23, and all Amazon users can watch the pilot for free starting today.

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