Amazon has a number of good-to-great original shows that not a ton of people watch because the shows are only available through Amazon Prime, a subscription service that costs $99 a year. The series are positioned sort of like a bonus feature to Prime membership, which is first and foremost a way to get free shipping on consumer products. But apparently Amazon has decided that it wants people to sign up for Amazon Prime specifically for the shows, and it's made the pilot episodes of a number of its most popular shows available for free on YouTube and Facebook.

Amazon Originals you need to be watching

The pilots for Emmy and Golden Globe-winning dramedies Transparent and Mozart in the Jungle, the Philip K. Dick adaptation The Man in the High Castle, the cop show Bosch and the '80s throwback comedy Red Oaks are now available on Facebook and YouTube for the first time. Also available are the kids' shows Annedroids, Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street, Just Add Magic, Tumble Leaf and Wishenpoof.

Check out the pilots below.

Transparent (Like what you see? Watch the full series)


Mozart in the Jungle (Watch the full series)


The Man in the High Castle
(Watch the full series)


Bosch
(Watch the full series)


Red Oaks
(Watch the full series)


Annedroids
(Watch the full series)


Gortimer Gibbon's Life on Normal Street
(Watch the full series)


Just Add Magic
(Watch the full series)


Tumble Leaf
(Watch the full series)


Wishenpoof
(Watch the full series)