Broadway Icon Bernadette Peters Talks ‘Mozart in the Jungle’ Season 2 Streaming on Amazon
Bernadette Peters is without a doubt one of Broadway's best. Sunday in the Park with George, On the Town, Dames at Sea, George M, Into the Woods, Annie Get Your Gun, Gypsy, Follies and A Little Night Music. These are just a few of her amazing performances that she has graced us with. However, no matter how many shows she is in, fans just can not get enough. That is why it is a good thing that she was promoted to series regular for Season 2 of Amazon Video Prime’s Mozart in the Jungle. With both seasons available you can spend the weekend streaming all 20 episode to give yourself the Bernadette fix that we know you so desperately crave.
Recently, Bernadette Peters spoke to Playbill about her series, which so good it got her to do something she doesn’t often do:
"I just watched the first six [episodes]. It's so good. I never like to watch myself, but… I love the series I --think it's a great series, and I'm always thinking of ways to improve.… And, the writing: Even last year when we started, I was so impressed with the writing because nothing is just thrown in arbitrarily for effect. It's all original. It's so good, and this year they changed all the title cards and the music. They just upped the ante, and it looks beautiful."
Peters went on to discuss the show’s format as part of Amazon Prime’s video streaming service:
"It's great because there are no commercials. You think in your mind, 'They’re shorter than other shows anyway,' so you just start watching them. It's fun. You can get the whole thing rather than wait, although a woman who loves the series in my building said, 'But then it’s over!' And then there's remorse that there is nothing to look forward to."
You don’t have to wait any longer. Both the first and second season of Mozart in The Jungle are currently streaming on Amazon Prime.
Mozart in The Jungle also stars Gael García Bernal as Rodrigo, a character based on conductor Gustavo Dudamel, Lola Kirke, Malcolm McDowell, Saffron Burrows, Hannah Dunne and Peter Vack.© 2016 The Classical Art, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.