From political dramas to Victorian crime thrillers, Amazon Prime are seriously upping their game when it comes to original TV shows. Here’s what to watch, and when…
Goliath, out now
Billy Bob Thornton plays a disgraced lawyer in this brand new Amazon Original series, seeking redemption in a courtroom that favours the rich and the powerful. David or Goliath, who will win the battle? You’ll have to watch to find out.
Ripper Street, out now
The fifth and final series of the Victorian crime drama is now available on Amazon Prime, picking up where the story’s heroes become fugitives, forced to operate outside the law to protect a dark secret. Gripping.
Good Girls Revolt, out now
If Crisis In Six Scenes has you dreaming of the ‘60s, binge Good Girls Revolt now. The cultural revolution sweeping through 1969 hits the newsroom, where a group of young female researchers fight to be treated fairly. There are tears, laughter and a lot of solidarity.
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Red Oaks, 11th November
Love the ‘80s? Binge on the first season of Red Oaks before it returns this month, following David, a young student who works as a tennic coach at the exclusive Red Oaks Country Club over his summer vacation – in the 1980s.
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Vikings, 1st December
Violent. Dark. Gripping. The second half of the fourth season returns to Amazon Prime, with more Norse battles, deathly illnesses and marital strife for the Vikings. One for Game Of Thrones fans.
Mozart In The Jungle, 9th December
It might not have the hip-hop beats of Netflix’s The Get Down, but Amazon’s classical music drama has more sex, drugs and drama behind the curtains, especially in this third series. Watch it, now.
The Man In The High Castle, 16th December
If an Emmy nomination isn’t enough of a reason to come back for the second season of this dystopian drama, set in a world where peace between Japan and Germany hang in the balance. The search continues for the eponymous man in his high castle.
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Which shows will you be watching? Let us know, and comment your favourite TV series and films and Amazon Prime below.