Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) on Friday announced it added episodes of "Glee" and "Sons of Anarchy" to its Prime Instant Video service. The first two season of FOX's "Glee" and the first two seasons of FX's drama "Sons of Anarchy" are now available for Prime members to stream online or to their Amazon Instant Video-compatible devices, according to Amazon. Amazon said season three of "Anarchy" will come on December 25, and future seasons of the two shows will be available as well. Prime Instant Video is part of the online retailer's Amazon Prime program that offers free two-day shipping on most items from the site, access to nearly 13,000 streaming movies and TV shows, and the ability to borrow from a large selection of books for free on Kindle devices. The service costs $79 per year. FOX and FX are both owned by News Corporation, which is the parent company of FOXBusiness.com.