Looking for an exceptional show to binge-watch on Amazon Prime Video? Look no further.
We’ve put together a list of the must-watch shows that you can enjoy right now, all included in your Prime subscription. From classic shows to some new ones.
Whether you’re a fan of animated superhero adventures or epic fantasy sagas, there’s something for everyone.
When Mark inherits his father’s powers, he decides to follow in his footsteps, leading to unexpected twists and turns. The show’s mature take on superheroes distinguishes it from typical Marvel and DC series, allowing the characters to evolve and grow.
2. The Wheel of Time
Following Moiraine, a powerful magic wielder, and five young individuals, one of whom is destined to either save or destroy the world, the series is visually stunning and improves with each episode.
3. The Greatest Show Never Made
Reality TV has always been a breeding ground for bizarre stories, and The Greatest Show Never Made is no exception. This documentary series tells the strange tale of a group of British fame-seekers who gave up everything for a reality show that turned out to be fake.
4. Gen V
The series offers a twisted take on the superhero genre, blending elements of The Hunger Games and college life, and is a must-watch for fans of the original show.
5. Jack Ryan
Jack Ryan is a political thriller based on Tom Clancy’s books, following Jack Ryan’s journey from a CIA analyst to an operative. Despite facing controversies, its sharp writing, incredible performances, and cinematic action make it a compelling watch.
6. I’m a Virgo
I’m a Virgo is a surreal comedy-drama that follows 19-year-old Cootie who happens to be 13 feet tall. As he experiences friendships and the outside world for the first time, the show explores everything from romance to the public’s reaction to a giant Black man wandering around Oakland.
7. Carnival Row
A series with a unique aesthetic, Carnival Row frames themes of class, immigration, and race within a fantasy world where humans and refugee fae live in uneasy harmony.
8. The Power
The Power is an intriguing show where young women around the world awaken to the power to generate and discharge lightning. Exploring the seismic shift in social dynamics and power structures, it’s a captivating watch.
9. Daisy Jones & the Six
Chronicling the rise and fall of a fictional 1970s band, Daisy Jones & the Six is a must-watch for music lovers. With its fantastic cast, period-perfect tone, and phenomenal soundtrack, the series takes on a life of its own.
10. The Legend of Vox Machina
The Legend of Vox Machina, based on the hit livestreamed Dungeons & Dragons sessions, is an animated fantasy series that humorously pays homage to D&D while standing out as one of the most original adult animated shows on Amazon.
11. The Rig
The Rig is a supernatural thriller set in an isolated oil rig. As a strange fog cuts off the crew from civilization, inexplicable deaths and equipment failures soon make it clear that it’s not just the weather they should be worried about.
12. Tales From the Loop
Based on the work of Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag, Tales From the Loop is a mesmerizing series that explores the lives of the residents of Mercer, Ohio, and how their lives are affected by “the Loop,” an underground facility making the impossible possible.
13. The Devil’s Hour
The Devil’s Hour is a mix of murder mystery and thriller, following Lucy, a social worker troubled by horrific visions at exactly 3:33 am every morning.
Set in 1950s Los Angeles, Them follows the Emory family as they move into an all-white neighborhood. The series brilliantly portrays the mental, physical, and emotional turmoil of living under relentless threat.
15. The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power taps into J. R. R. Tolkien’s sprawling history of Middle-earth, set millennia before the events of the core books. Despite the ongoing debate around the series, it’s undeniable that it is one of the most beautiful series to watch right now.
16. The Boys
The Boys is a darkly satirical series about superheroes who reflect humanity’s worst traits. With its pertinent examination of the abuses of power, it stands as one of Amazon’s goriest yet most compelling shows.
17. The Underground Railroad
The Underground Railroad, based on the Pulitzer Prize–winning novel by Colson Whitehead, is a work of historical fiction that reimagines the Underground Railroad as an actual subway system with trains and secretive station agents.
Fleabag is quite the magnificent sitcom about a Londoner grappling with the death of her best friend. The series has no filter and is a rare case where a series truly is as good as people say.
19. The Man in the High Castle
The Man in the High Castle, based on Philip K. Dick’s novel, is a gripping series about a world in which the Nazis won the Second World War.
20. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is a fast-talking comedy-drama about a New York lady who turns to standup comedy after discovering her husband’s affair. It’s one of Amazon’s sharpest comedies.
21. The Expanse
The Expanse is a gripping science fiction series that explores the political tensions between Earth, Mars, and the Belt. It’s a must-watch for fans of hard science fiction.
22. Good Omens
Good Omens, based on the book by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, follows an angel and a demon as they try to stop Armageddon. It’s a shelter in the storm, cozy, camp, and kind.
23. Good Omens 2
The second season of Good Omens continues the adventures of angel Aziraphale and demon Crowley as they stave off another apocalypse. The exploration of the central duo’s past is the highlight of this season.
Forever is a stylized miniseries about a couple experiencing a rut in their marriage. It’s slow but sticks with you if you stick with it until the end.
25. Sneaky Pete
Sneaky Pete follows Marius, a recently released prisoner who assumes the identity of his former cellmate to hide from his old life. Over three seasons, it proves itself one of the finest dramas Amazon has produced yet.
26. Mozart in the Jungle
Mozart in the Jungle is a comedy-drama documenting the world of professional orchestra musicians in New York. The show has picked up Golden Globes and Emmy Awards and proven itself one of Amazon’s best exclusives.
27. Red Oaks
Red Oaks is a delightful period comedy set in the mid-’80s about a college student trying to enjoy one last, great summer before facing adulthood.
Vikings is a family saga exploring the lives, epic adventures, and cultural politics of the raiders and explorers of the Dark Ages.
Lore is a horror anthology series based on the award-winning podcast of the same name. It offers real-world horror stories guaranteed to chill your bones.
You can never go wrong with this iconic sitcom.