Still not available in Greece, season 5 I mean. O.k you will never have Greek subtitles, I can deal with that, but missing the latest season of the best amazon show is unacceptable. Amazon user for almost 15 years here and prime video user from the first day since it arrived in my country, even with the minimal content it has.
That's an issue between you and the rights holders. They control where things can be shown (and subtitles as well). Governments also have something to say about what you can and cannot watch in many fun parts of the world, so you may need to work on that angle too. But be careful as criticizing such governments is often a really Bad Idea.
"Press freedom sharply eroded in Greece during the economic and financial crisis of 2010-2015, passing from the 35th place in 2009 in Reporters Without Borders World Press Freedom Index to the 99th place in 2014, well below all Western Balkans countries as well as states with repressive media policies such as Gabon, Kuwait or Liberia] Greece is ranked in the 88th place in the 2017 World Press Freedom Index of Reporters Without Borders. Greece is today the EU member state "where journalism and the media face their most acute crisis"."
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What on earth are you talking about ? Netflix has Greek subtitles in everything just fine. The problem with Bosch has nothing to do with...freedom of press, which believe me is more than fine in Greece don’t believe everything you read, since no Greek channel has the rights to anything Bosch-related and the problem with season 5 seems to extend to many other countries as well.