Binge-watching content has taken on a whole new meaning during this time of quarantine. Never have people anticipated the release of new series more as they run out of their favorite shows to watch. Thankfully, streaming platforms are coming to our rescue with fresh content every month to make sure the entertainment part of our lives is well-looked-after while we do the right thing and stay home. Here’s a list of boredom-busting shows available to stream on Amazon Prime now.
Inspired by the popular New York Times column of the same name, the series explores what love is in all forms – complicated, beautiful and messy. Each episode stands alone with its own story to tell and brings together some of the finest, award-winning actors in Hollywood such as Dev Patel, Anne Hathaway, John Slattery, Andy Garcia, and Julia Garner.
Called “the best superhero show on TV” The Boys is a fun and irreverent take on what happens when superheroes – who are as popular as celebrities – abuse their superpowers rather than using them for good.
The series sees much-loved American actor John Krasinski portray agent Ryan who is tasked with going to South America to investigate a far-reaching conspiracy. The investigation leads to the Venezuelan President launching a counterattack that hits too close to home and triggers a mission that spans the UK, US, Russia, and Venezuela.
Made in Heaven
The series chronicles the lives of Tara and Karan, two wedding planners in Delhi, India as they navigate through the complexities of Indian society rooted in tradition while clashing with modern individual aspirations.
El Corazón de Sergio Ramos
The documentary focuses on the meteoric rise of Spanish football star Sergio Ramos from his beginnings in Seville through to his leadership of the Spanish national team and the infamous Real Madrid football club.
Devilishly good and intelligent, the show focuses on renowned English actor Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s character as she tries to navigate love and life in London and deal with grief simultaneously.
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