The first three minutes of “The Walking Dark” are the first time the series has been shown on a streaming service.
But Amazon Prime Video has already launched a free three-month trial of the show for all its first season subscribers, and the streaming service is now pushing it to its Prime members.
The first episode is titled “The Road,” and the show will be shown in its entirety on Tuesday, Nov. 13.
The show will also be available on the service’s Prime Video app, which also features exclusive episodes of “Dancing with the Stars” and “America’s Got Talent.”
Amazon Prime Video also has the first two episodes of the “Dance Party” and the second episode of the third season of “A Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb” available on its app.
The service will be rolling out the first season of the two “A Day at the Mall” episodes to its subscribers in the coming weeks.
Amazon is not releasing a date for the series’ first season premiere on the Prime Video service.
The original “The Walking Dead” first premiered in February on AMC, and it aired in theaters in September 2016.
AMC and AMC Studios are co-producing the first “Walking Dead,” and “The Biggest Loser” star and “Danced With the Stars host” Ryan Seacrest is slated to appear in the premiere episode.