Looking for the best Amazon Prime shows? You’ve come to the right place! We’ve got our fingers on the pulse of Amazon’s streaming service, keeping tabs on each and every new show Amazon adds to Prime Video.
To that end we’ve put together a list of our favorite shows on the service in every genre and suited for every taste. If you can’t make up your mind on what to watch, you’ve come to the right place.
- July Update: There’s plenty to look forward to in July in terms of Amazon Prime TV shows, like Good Omens, the long-awaited TV adaptation of the fantastical book from the magical minds of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchet with a truly stellar cast, and Too Old to Die Young, from the fantastic Nicolas Winding Refn, although this violent revenge tale may be a little too much for a lazy Sunday afternoon TV binge. On the horizon we have a new series called The Boys to look forward to (it drops on July 26) and season four of All or Nothing.
In our guide you’ll discover our pick of the best Amazon Prime TV shows that are currently on offer. We have options for fans of thrillers, comedy lovers and those who enjoy nothing more than a fantasy police drama.
So, what’s the best Amazon TV show to get sucked into without regretting it by the end of season 2? Read our Prime Video recommendations to find out.
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If you can only watch one…
Good Omens is like the Stranger Things of Amazon Prime Video – it’s a series that came out of nowhere and has swept us off our feet. Based off the book by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, Good Omens is an addictive, bonkers yet heart-warming tale about good and evil, friendship, demons, angels and a future-gazing witch. It also doesn’t hurt that it’s pretty British (in a good way) and has an all-star cast.
The series can be binged in one weekend – or one sitting if you can’t face waiting a whole night for the final few episodes. For the bibliophiles out there, the TV series brings a few fresh characters and twists to the story, but is also faithful enough to the book to give those who have been fans for nearly thirty years a real treat.
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