Critically Acclaimed “Mozart In The Jungle” Hits Streaming Today

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If you’re looking for something to binge watch this weekend, look no further than season three of “Mozart in the Jungle,” which is available starting Dec. 9th on Amazon Prime. Over the last few years, the Amazon original series has gone from a hip, hidden gem to a full-on critical darling. In season 2, Gael Garcia Bernal’s portrayal of a charismatic, yet pathologically cocky, conductor of the New York Symphony Orchestra, won him a Golden Globe for best actor the comedy or musical category. For fans of the Mexican actor, the victory  — and Bernal’s apparent ease playing a comedic role — came as no surprise; Bernal has been charming his way into the heart of American pop culture for years.

Bernal wasn’t the only winner from season two of “Mozart in the Jungle.”

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Collectively, the entire cast of “Mozart in the Jungle” was also honored with their own award. The second season received a Golden Globe for “Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy.” Whether or not season three will bring the same critical acclaim remains to be seen, but as of today you can quench your thirst for more Rodrigo, Hailey, Cynthia and the rest of the gang. There are currently 10 episodes available on Amazon Prime, with a run time of about half an hour each.

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