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5 new shows on Amazon Prime to watch right now

/ 09:10 AM April 21, 2021
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Are you all caught up on new shows on Amazon Prime? It may only be the first quarter of the year, but the streaming app has plenty to offer in terms of entertainment. From heart-pounding action to spine-tingling thrillers to epic romances to medical dramas to refreshing animations, Amazon Prime has everything you’ll want to binge — ASAP!

If you aren’t quite familiar yet, Amazon Prime is a premium subscription program for Amazon users. It gives you additional perks such as discounts, free shipping on orders, unlimited music, a whole Kindle library, and a streaming service similar to Netflix.

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The latter allows you access to thousands of movies and shows streaming on Prime Video. A good number of these are Prime-exclusive, so you can’t get them anywhere else.

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What’s new on Amazon Prime TV?

What's new on Amazon Prime TV?

The overall streaming library of Amazon is vast. It is filled with thousands of movies, TV shows, and Amazon original series from the US and EU and all over the world. Much like Netflix, the platform is trying its best to be diverse in its selections. While it has a lot of catching up to do to its predecessors Netflix and Apple TV, it is overall worth its subscription.

Not sure which shows to start with? Understandable, considering the choices are practically endless. If you want recent ones that have aired just this year or last year, here’s a look at some of the best new shows to stream on Amazon Prime right now.

Undone

An Amazon Prime Original series is unique not just in the storyline but also in its visuals. It uses an animation technique called rotoscoping. The series shows live actors whose live movements were traced to turn them into animated characters.

Rosa Salazar (Alita: Battle Angel) stars as a woman who survives a car accident. She starts seeing visions of her late father, who wants her to solve the mystery of how he died years prior.

Hunters

Hunters

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Set in 1977, a secret group is trying to locate and hunt down Nazis from the War that ended some thirty years ago. While receiving high praise from critics, the show has also faced controversy from groups like the Auschwitz Memorial.

Hunters claim that actual events inspire the story but take this with a grain of salt. The majority of the plotline has been altered to fit its fictional genre. The show stars Al Pacino in his first major TV series role and Logan Lerman (The Perks of Being a Wallflower).

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The Wilds

In this Young Adult series, teenage girls from different backgrounds survive a plane crash to find themselves stranded on a deserted island and fighting for survival. With all the angst and drama of the coming-to-age genre, The Wilds delivers for fans of the all-time classic Lord of the Flies.

But nothing is as it seems for these girls as they eventually find out that ending up on that island was no accident. One of the Executive Producers is Amy B. Harris, known for her work with Sex and the City and The Carrie Diaries.

Invincible

Invincible

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Another one for adult animation lovers out there, Invincible, centers on 17-year old Mark Grayson, who learns that his father is Omni-Man, the most powerful being on the planet. He has inherited some of these powers.

The show is based on the comic book series of the same name written by acclaimed creator Robert Kirkman, known for his work on The Walking Dead. The show stars the voices of multi-awarded actors Steven Yeun, Sandra Oh, Mark Hamill, Seth Rogen, and J. K. Simmons.

El Cid

For fans of historical dramas, this show won’t disappoint. El Cid is the story of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar or “El Cid”, an 11th century Castilian nobleman and war hero of medieval Spain.

With political intrigue, a plot to overthrow his greatest enemy, King Ferdinand, and all of the brutal and violent ways of medieval times, the series certainly isn’t for the faint of heart. It stars Jaime Lorente Lopéz (Money Heist, Elite) as the noble knight who makes his legacy.

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Trending on Amazon Prime now

Trending on Amazon Prime now

Amazon Primes has long been home to many iconic shows. Whether you’ve watched them or only heard of them in passing, several Amazon Originals have won multiple awards. They have also trended all over the world for unique storylines, well-known casts, and awarded producers.

These include the comedy series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (SAGA for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series), which stars Rachel Brosnahan and Alex Borstein. Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams is a sci-fi anthology with an all-star cast that showcases different storylines for each episode.

Good Omens is a limited series that stars Michael Sheen and David Tennant as two unlikely duos of angel and demon.

Star Trek fans rejoice as Star Trek: Picard is also available on the streaming app. Another limited series is Fleabag, an award-winning comedy-drama starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge that earned her a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series.

The Night Stalker is a series based on the Los Angeles serial killer dubbed as perfect for fans of the murder-mystery genre.

These are just a few of the hundreds of trending shows on Amazon Prime right now. There are still plenty of series and movies in the works that will be made available on the streaming platform sometime this year.

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How can you avail Amazon Prime?

As a premium subscription on the e-commerce site, Amazon Prime asks you for a fee of $5.99 per month. This will include benefits that are only available to Prime users, including unlimited access to Prime Video. This is where you will find all of the shows listed above. Prime Video is available in over 200 countries, but the selection may vary, just like Netflix and Apple TV.

Can’t find the movie or show you’re looking for? The chances are that it’s not listed under the accessible selections of Amazon Prime Video. You have the option to either rent or buy the movie or show or subscribe to over a hundred premium channels with minimal additional cost.

Summary

If you find yourself bored up to your eyeballs at home, binging new shows can be an excellent way to pass the time. While Amazon Prime Video is still a bit behind on quantity when it comes to their library for movies and series, quality programming certainly isn’t lacking. There’s a show for every genre you might be into.

As streaming services continue to rise in popularity and demand, Amazon continues to develop original shows to deliver quality content to its viewers. You can head on over to their website and learn more about how to buy a Prime membership. This membership can give you perks like a free 30-day trial.

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