Promoted: One year of Amazon Prime

It's time to revolutionise your viewing with one year of Amazon Prime Instant Video, free with every Amazon Fire phone purchased until 31 December 2014

Never again utter the phrase "there's nothing on". Amazon Prime Instant Video is yours for a whole year when you snag an Amazon Fire phone, since a Prime membership is included with every purchase of an Fire phone until the end of the year.

Prime Instant Video gives you access to over 15,000 titles whenever you want. With such an embarrassment of riches laid out, it could be tricky to know where to start. That's where we can help. In fact, we've taken the liberty of suggesting a whole 365 days of viewing. Are you slumping comfortably? Then we'll begin.

Right here, right now

Some TV just can't wait – Amazon's Original Series concept, for example. Currently you can watch and rate pilot episodes of new shows and have your say as to which of them are made into full shows in future. If you want to exert your influence you'll need to get in quick, so why not download them all and run your critical eye over them on your morning commute, starting this week.

Tonight, tonight, tonight

Three nights was enough to make it right for Phil Collins, but we reckon you'll need to block out the next 11 to watch the entire first season of Betas, a smart comedy about a bunch of Silicon Valley app developers. In fact, Betas started out as one of those pilots last year.

What's got a bottom at the top?

Your leg. Also, our list of anarchic TV comedies. Bottom stretches its three jokes (frying pan over head, toilet functions and social ineptitude) over 18 episodes. Only the unique comedy pairing of Rik Mayall and Ade Edmondson could pull that off. Slot this into your Sunday night schedule to fend off the looming cloud of Monday morning.

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