Breaking into Hollywood is notoriously difficult, but Amazon is trying to make it easier. Launched in 2010, Amazon Studios lets users upload their scripts, movies and storyboards, then edit and evaluate each other’s work and ultimately have that work shown to Warner Brothers, which has an exclusive first look deal with the site. In exchange for submitting material, users give Amazon 18 months of exclusive rights to their work - that means you can’t shop it around to anyone else. Despite that rather harsh drawback, Amazon has already produced two prime-time shows, Alpha House and Betas, both launched last year. This year, it will be producing Really, a new comedy series written and directed by Dukes of Hazzard director Jay Chandrasekhar.