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  • You can share your Amazon Prime Video account with other family members using Amazon Household, which you can find in your account settings.
  • You can add one other adult to your Prime account to let them use your Prime Video subscription. The two of you will need to share your Amazon payment information to do this.
  • You can add teens and children to your Amazon Prime account as well, and they can use your Prime Video account to rent and watch movies and TV shows.
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Enjoy exclusive Amazon Originals as well as popular movies and TV shows. Watch anytime, anywhere. Start your free trial. The announcement of Amazon's support for Deutschland 89 came before the release of Deutschland 86. Since 25 September 2020, Amazon Prime Video has been streaming the eight new episodes in Germany and Austria. The show began airing in America on Sundance TV on 29 October 2020.

You can see your Amazon Prime Video purchases in the 'My Stuff' section of the Prime Video website or app after you've bought or rented a video.

You can share your Amazon Prime Video account with other members of your family using an Amazon Prime feature called Amazon Household. You can connect up to two adults, four teens, and four pre-teen children to a single Amazon Prime account. This lets everyone in the home share the benefits of a Prime account, including Prime Video.

In order to link another adult to your Prime account, though, both of you need to agree to link your credit card information between accounts, which discourages people who don't share a household and are not closely related from sharing a single Prime account.

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How to share a Prime Video account with an adult

1. Open Amazon in a web browser on your desktop and move the mouse over 'Account & Lists' at the top of the screen. Click 'Your Account' in the drop-down menu.

Amazon Prime Video Deutschland© Dave Johnson/Business Insider Choose “Your Account” from the 'Account and Lists' menu. Dave Johnson/Business Insider

2. On the 'Your Account' page, click 'Amazon Household.' You can find it in the 'Shopping programs and rentals' section.

© Dave Johnson/Business Insider Click 'Amazon Household' to manage members of your household. Dave Johnson/Business Insider

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3. Click 'Add Adult.'

4. Invite your partner or spouse by entering their name and email address, then click 'Continue.'

© Dave Johnson/Business Insider Type in your partner's name and email address to finish setup. They will need to accept the invitation. Dave Johnson/Business Insider

5. You'll need to agree to share your Amazon wallet, which includes your credit cards.

Video© Dave Johnson/Business Insider Agree to share your wallet. Dave Johnson/Business Insider

6. Choose what you want to share with the other person, including items like apps, games, audiobooks and eBooks. (Your partner will automatically get access to Prime Video.)

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© Dave Johnson/Business Insider Select what content you'd like to share. Dave Johnson/Business Insider

7. On the next screen, click 'Send Invite.'

When the other person gets the email invitation, they should login with their Amazon account and accept the invitation. After that, your partner should be able to access Prime Video through their own Amazon account as if they had their own Prime Video subscription.

How to share a Prime Video account with a teen

1. Open Amazon in a web browser on your desktop, and move the mouse over 'Account & Lists' at the top of the screen. Click 'Your Account' in the drop-down menu.

2. On the 'Your Account' page, click 'Amazon Household.' You can find it in the 'Shopping programs and rentals' section.

3. Click 'Add a Teen.'

© Dave Johnson/Business Insider After you click 'Add a Teen,' you'll see this screen. Dave Johnson/Business Insider

4. Click 'Sign up now,' and follow the instructions to set up your teen account. You'll need to invite them via their email address or phone, and you should choose how closely you want to monitor their purchases. You can opt to review every order, only orders over a certain value, or automatically approve all orders.

© Dave Johnson/Business Insider Enter your teen's information and click 'Continue.' Dave Johnson/Business Insider

After you and your teen complete their setup, the teen should be able to use Amazon Prime using their own account to watch free Prime content and make purchases through your account.

How to share a Prime Video account with a child

1. Open Amazon in a web browser on your desktop, and move the mouse over 'Account & Lists' at the top of the screen. Click 'Your Account' in the drop-down menu.

2. On the 'Your Account' page, click 'Amazon Household.' You can find it in the 'Shopping programs and rentals' section.

3. Click 'Add a Child.'

4. Create a profile for your child and save it.

Your child's profile will now appear on devices like Fire Tablets, Fire TV, Kindle eReaders, and Android tablets. When you select that profile on one of those devices, Amazon enables parental controls for a safe browsing experience, which limits the video content they can access.

How to manage your Amazon Household

If you want to stop sharing Prime Video or remove someone's sharing privileges, you can do that from Amazon Household.

1. Open Amazon in a web browser on your desktop, and move the mouse over 'Account & Lists' at the top of the screen. Click 'Your Account' in the drop-down menu.

2. On the 'Your Account' page, click 'Amazon Household.'

3. Now that you've configured one or more members to share your Prime account, you should see them appear on this page. You can use the controls here to add additional members, remove members, or change sharing and purchasing permissions.

© Dave Johnson/Business Insider After you've added one or more people to your Amazon household, you'll see this dashboard. Dave Johnson/Business Insider

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Deutschland 89
GenreCold War espionage
Created byAnna Winger
Joerg Winger
Written byAnna Winger
Starring
  • Raul Casso
Theme music composerPeter Schilling, David Harland Lodge
Opening theme'Major Tom (Coming Home)'
Country of origin
Original languagesGerman
English
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes8
Production
ProducerTim Greve
EditorsMatthias Albrecht
Yvonne Tetzlaff
Robert Stuprich
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time45-47 minutes
Production companyUFA Fiction
Release
Original network
  • Amazon Prime(Germany)
  • Amazon Studios(Worldwide)
Audio formatStereo
First shown inWorldwide (VOD)
Original release19 October 2018 –
25 September 2020
Chronology
Preceded byDeutschland 86

Deutschland 89 is a German-American television series, starring Jonas Nay as Martin Rauch, an agent of East Germany following the Fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. It is a sequel to the 2015 series Deutschland 83, and 2018 series Deutschland 86, and started airing from 25 September 2020.[1]

Plot[edit]

As the Berlin Wall falls, Stasi agents attempt to protect themselves from the fallout.

The character Martin Rauch is told, 'Do not imagine you can live a simple life. You now have three options: Either you are killed, you go to court, or you work in a secret service again.'[2]

Anna Winger and Jörg Winger, creators and executive producers said: 'When the Berlin Wall came down, Germany reinvented itself for the fourth time in the 20th century. Deutschland 89 goes back to the so-called 'end of history'. Our heroes, spies in the national security apparatus of a country that has collapsed overnight, find themselves at a dramatic crossroads, personally and professionally.'[3]

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Jonas Nay as Martin Rauch, a former East German intelligence officer who now works for a state-owned technology company but is forced to return to work as a spy and acts as a double agent.
  • Maria Schrader as Lenora Rauch, a former HVA agent, Martin's aunt and former handler who supplies explosives to the Red Army Faction.
  • Sylvester Groth as Walter Schweppenstette, Lenora's former boss and Martin's father who is sent by the HVA to infiltrate the West German banking system.
  • Corinna Harfouch as Beate, an HVA agent posing as Walter's wife in Frankfurt.
  • Svenja Jung as Nicole Zangen, teacher of Martin's son Max.
  • Fritzi Haberlandt as Tina Fischer, an East German doctor who escaped to West Berlin.
  • Lavinia Wilson as Brigitte Winkelmann, Martin's former love interest and a Federal Intelligence Service (BND) agent working with the CIA to recruit former HVA agents.
  • Florence Kasumba as Rose Seithathi, an African National Congress (ANC) operative and Lenora's love interest in Deutschland 86.
  • Niels Borman as Fritz Hartmann, HVA technical expert and budding entrepreneur.
  • Uwe Preuss as Markus Fuchs, a top ranking official in the HVA and Walter's boss.
  • Anke Engelke as Barbara Dietrich, a financial consultant in the StäV and Markus' love interest.
  • Carina Wiese as Ingrid Rauch, Martin's mother.
  • Alexander Beyer as Tobias Tischbier, Martin's former handler from the Stasi's foreign arm, the Main Directorate for Reconnaissance (HVA).
  • Raul Casso as Hector Valdez, a CIA agent working in East Berlin with Winkelmann.
  • Ari Kurecki as Max, Martin's son.

Recurring[edit]

  • Emil Hoștină as Grigore Antonescu, a Romanian national and a member of a terrorist organization who befriends Lenora.
  • Rainer Sellien as Carl Baumgarten, a West German musician and a member of a far-left terrorist group whom Martin is tasked to spy on.
  • Samia Muriel Chancrin as Sabine Baumgarten, Carl's wife and accomplice.
  • Lena Lauzemis as Nina Rudow
  • Nicolai Borger as Rolf, the hitman of the far-left terrorist group that Martin infiltrates.
  • Mike Davies as John Tyler, a CIA chief working in East Berlin.

Episodes[edit]

No.Title [4]Directed byWritten byGerman airdate [1]U.S. airdate [4] Viewers
(millions)
1'Kyrie Eleison'TBATBA25 September 202029 October 2020N/A
Martin Rauch is forced back into service by threats to send his son, Max, to Moscow. Martin is ordered to courier a new draft travel law to Egon Krenz, the leader of East Germany, and photograph it for the HVA on the way. The draft is radical, recommending the opening of the Berlin Wall. Martin pretends to Krenz that it has been approved by Moscow. The law is announced on television. East German citizens mass at the border and are allowed out by the guards.
2'November Nights'TBATBATBATBATBD
The HVA begin shredding their files. Max is hidden by his teacher Miss Zangen. Walter Schweppenstette, Martin's father, is sent to the West to infiltrate the banking system. The aim is to prevent the East German State Bank being bought by Deutsche Bank, so that the HVA can buy it instead. Martin is abducted by Brigitte Winkelmann of West German intelligence, and Hector Valdez of the CIA. He is sent to pose as a sound technician, to infiltrate a music group led by Carl and Sabine Baumgarten, who they suspect are planning a terrorist attack. Lenora is broken out of West German prison by Rose.
3'Magic'TBATBATBATBATBD
Deutsche Bank are seeking to hire East German bankers; Schweppenstette recommends a candidate. Tobias Tischbier informs Markus Fuchs about the social movement 'Treuhand', which aims for the public to own shares in all enterprises. Lenora is recruited into a terrorist organisation by Grigore Antonescu, a Romanian. She asks Fuchs for access to a weapons depot. Sabine drugs Martin with magic mushrooms, and he confesses his secret service connections. He is driven home to Nicole Zangen's apartment by Carl, where he confesses his love for Nicole. Carl and Sabine return in a tour bus, saying they are taking Martin, Nicole and Max to Frankfurt to play in a concert.
4'Operation Condor'TBATBATBATBATBD
The tour bus drives to Frankfurt. Carl uses a police radio frequency to cause disruption. Lenora supplies a bomb to the Red Army Faction, who use it to kill the head of Deutsche Bank, Alfred Herrhausen. Lenora and Antonescu head to Romania. Carl and Sabine imprison Martin and Nicole, but they escape and kill Carl. Martin and Nicole head to Romania to hide out. Fritz Hartmann of the HVA reinvents himself as an entrepreneur and attempts to sell computers with video cameras.
5'Timisoara Rebellion'TBATBATBATBATBD
Fuchs and Dietrich arrive Frankfurt, fearful for their position and bringing gold in suitcases. They take up residence in Sorrento, Italy. Lenora and Antonescu arrive in Romania as unrest builds. They go to a safe house in Timisoara. Martin and Nicole arrive at Timisoara. Martin kills Antonescu. Lenora calls Beate, who gives her the address of Fuchs in Sorrento.
6'Quando ti Guardo'TBATBATBATBATBD
Martin calls Schweppenstette, who gives him the address of Fuchs. Martin and Nicole arrive in Sorrento. Tina argues with a former Hohenschönhausen Prison worker, Rudi, who attacks Tobias Tischbier as he enters.
7'Phase Zwei'TBATBATBATBATBD
Lenora plans to assassinate the Chancellor of West Germany, Helmut Kohl. Tina recognises Rudi as her interrogator from prison. She traps him in her bedroom and he hangs himself. Martin starts to believe that Nicole is an HVA agent. Valdez and Winkelmann recruit Rose to capture Lenora, in exchange for help to the ANC. Rose supplies a rifle with no firing pin to Lenora, but Lenora exposes the deception. Lenora prepares to shoot Kohl with an alternative rifle, but Rose shoots her arm from another rooftop. Martin confronts Lenora but cannot bring himself to kill her. Nicole visits Martin's apartment and finds Annett dead with a note from Sabine promising to eliminate his family. Nicole travels to Beate for help.
8'The End of History'TBATBATBATBATBD
Martin wakes up imprisoned in a CIA safehouse by Hector Valdez, who accuses him of assassinating Herrhausen, planning to assassinate Kohl, and the murder of Annett Schneider in his apartment. Russian agents arrive at Beate's house seeking Max, but Beate convinces them to leave. Ingrid exposes Tobias Tischbier as an HVA agent. Martin escapes from the safehouse only to be ambushed by Valdez. Martin is rescued by Schweppenstette and John Tyler Jr of the CIA, who shoots Valdez, but Tyler says he cannot have any witnesses. Martin's family attend his funeral. Fuchs and Dietrich are assassinated by Fritz and Nina. Martin is alive with Nicole. Brigitte provides them with new identities. The series ends with a montage of new walls being erected in the decades following the fall of the Berlin Wall.

Production[edit]

The initial funding grant of €700,000 ($780,000 US dollars) to UFA Fiction to begin production was approved by the Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, and announced on 7 February 2019. In September 2019 RTL confirmed that shooting had begun and was expected to be completed in and around Berlin by the end of 2019.[3]

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The headquarters of the former Ministry for State Security (MfS) in Normannenstraße in Berlin was used for shots on location and housed sets for the series.[2]

As with Deutschland 86, there was a production partnership with online service Amazon Video, who provided additional funding. The announcement of Amazon's support for Deutschland 89 came before the release of Deutschland 86.[5][6]

Broadcast[edit]

Since 25 September 2020, Amazon Prime Video has been streaming the eight new episodes in Germany and Austria.[1] The show began airing in America on Sundance TV on 29 October 2020.[7] The Australian streaming service Stan released the show on 25 September 2020.[8] In the UK the show began airing on More4 from 5 March 2021.[9]

Reception[edit]

Upon airing, the show was met with mostly positive reviews from critics. The Guardian gave a positive review of 4 out of 5 stars, praising the direction of Anna and Joerg Winger. IndieWire gave the series a B grade, praising the ambition of the show but directing criticism towards the overall pacing.[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abc''Deutschland 89': Dritte Staffel der Spionage-Serie ab 25. September bei Prime Video'. INFOSAT - INFODIGITAL - Alles aus der digitalen Welt. 6 August 2020.
  2. ^ ab'Die Wende im Stream'. www.tagesspiegel.de (in German). Retrieved 6 November 2019.
  3. ^ ab'Filming begins on Deutschland 89'. www.rtlgroup.com. 12 September 2019. Retrieved 17 December 2019.
  4. ^ ab'Shows A-Z - deutschland 83'. The Futon Critic. Retrieved 10 September 2020.
  5. ^Patton, Rebecca (17 November 2018). 'More Episodes of Deutschland 86 Are on the Way — Here's When To Expect Them'. Bustle.
  6. ^'Geld für Ufa-Serie Deutschland 89'. www.pnn.de (in German).
  7. ^Vlada Gelman (7 August 2020). 'TVLine Items: Padma's Taste the Nation Renewed, PEN15 Trailer and More'. TVLine. Retrieved 7 August 2020.
  8. ^Noel Murray (1 September 2020). 'The Best Movies and TV Shows New to Netflix, Amazon and Stan in Australia in September'. The New York Times. Retrieved 26 September 2020.
  9. ^'Walter Presents: 'Deutschland 89' coming to More4 in February'. 27 January 2021.
  10. ^'Deutschland 89 Review: Spy Trilogy Wraps by Asking If It's Worth Trying to Save a Crumbling World'. www.indiewire.com.

External links[edit]

  • Deutschland 89 at IMDb
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