The 31 best Prime Video shows to watch right now March 2023

A screenshot of the rock band who stars in Daisy Jones & the Six, one of the best Prime Video shows
Daisy Jones & The Six is a hugely popular Prime Video show. (Image credit: Lacey Terrell/Prime Video)
Best Prime Video shows: March 2023 update

Tom Power, entertainment reporter

We've recently added hit Prime Video show Daisy Jones & The Six to this guide, taking the number of acclaimed series on this list to 31.

Welcome to our best Prime Video shows guide. Here, you'll find 31 of the best TV series on Amazon's streaming platform, meaning you don't need to spend your weekend (or weekday, we're not judging) scrolling through its endless amount of content.

Prime Video's back catalog is stuffed with popular TV shows, but you'll only find the best of the best in this article. TechRadar's entertainment experts have handpicked each series based on numerous criteria, so you know each entry will be worth watching on one of the world's best streaming services.

Here, then, are the best Prime Video series to stream in March 2023.

Best Prime Video shows: 31 top-tier series to watch right now

Daisy Jones & The Six

A screenshot taken from an episode of Daisy Jones & The Six on Prime Video

Daisy Jones & The Six is a multimedia IP inspired by Fleetwood Mac's musical journey. (Image credit: Lacey Terrell/Prime Video)

Based on Taylor Jenkins Reid's best-selling novel of the same name, Daisy Jones & The Six has become an overnight hit for Amazon's streaming platform.

The 10-part series tells the fictional story of the titular rock band, whose stratospheric rise through the LA music scene to global megastars coincides with the addition of Daisy Jones (Riley Keough) to their ranks. At the height of their success, though, the band suddenly split – much like real-life rock band Fleetwood Mac, who inspired Reid's book, did in the 1970s. Daisy Jones & The Six, then, reveals all about the TV series' band's rapid rise and fall in dramatically explosive fashion.

With numerous catchy tunes, a fantastic cast – Keough and Sam Claflin being the notable standpoints – and plenty of music-infused drama and relationship betrayals, Daisy Jones & The Six has captivated viewers' attentions. The first six episodes are available now, with the final four arriving in pairs on March 17 and 24.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1

The Consultant

Mr Patoff smiles from behind his desk chair in The Consultant

The Consultant is Prime Video's answer to Apple's Severance TV series. (Image credit: Prime Video)

Billed as a twisted comedy-thriller, The Consultant stars Christoph Waltz as Regus Patoff, the newly-installed consultant of CompWare, an app-based company. When the mysterious and somewhat sinister individual starts asking his employees to perform tasks outside of their remit, though, it's up to CompWare's staff to decide how far they'll go in the pursuit of greatness.

With shades of hit Apple TV Plus shows Severance and Mythic Quest, The Consultant should fill the workplace genre void in your life. Waltz delivers another suitably outstanding performance as the enigmatic Patoff, while there's enough payoff from the show's other elements to make it worth watching.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1

Carnival Row

Rycroft Philostrate stares directly into the camera in Carnival Row season 2

Carnival Row's second and final season is now on Prime Video. (Image credit: Julie Vrabelova/Amazon Studios)

This neo-noir fantasy series has some heavy hitters among its cast, including Lord of the Rings alumnus Orlando Bloom and Suicide Squad's Cara Delevingne. It should, then, be an enthralling watch – but Carnival Row is lacking in a lot of areas.

Still, diehard fantasy fans are likely to enjoy what's on offer. Set in a fictional world where mythological beings have fled their war-torn lands and entered up in the show's main city, Bloom's Inspector Rycroft and Delevingne's Vignette find themselves embroiled in an increasingly complex murder mystery-style adventure. With its exploration of racial discrimination, forbidden love, and characters operating in the grey area, Carnival Row will thrill fans of a certain disposition. It'll leave more casual fans, though, wanting more.

Seasons on Prime Video: 2

Clarkson's Farm

Jeremy Clarkson stands next to a wooden sign in Clarkson's Farm season 1

Clarkson's Farm is a fantastic watch for fans of a certain disposition. (Image credit: Amazon Prime Video)

This Prime Video original sees Jeremy Clarkson try his hand at being a farmer. Yes, its premise is that simple.

In 2008, Clarkson bought a 1,000-acre plot of land, including Curdle Hill Farm, in Oxfordshire in the UK after its former caretaker retired. Clarkson, in his infinite wisdom, decides to try farming the land himself – and it goes about as well as you'd expect.

Clarkson's Farm is as ludicrous as it sounds, and it seems pretty scripted for a comedy-styled docuseries but it's actually a decent watch. Clarkson's rapport with his helpers – most notably Kaleb Cooper, the show's breakout star – is endearing, humorous, and at-times maddening. But, if you're a fan of Clarkson (not many people are these days, admittedly) or amusing documentary-style shows, this is one to check out.

Seasons on Prime Video: 2


Tye, Camille, Angie, and Quinn smile as they walk down the street in Harlem season 2

Harlem is a fantastic comedy series from the mind of Tracy Oliver. (Image credit: Emily V Aragones/Prime Video)

Tracy Oliver's latest comedy series earned rave reviews when it debuted on Prime Video in December 2021. With the show's second season finally airing in February 2023, it's about time you stuck Harlem on your must-watch list.

The show follows four, 30-something New York University alumni as they try to balance their work, love, and personal lives while living in – yep, you guessed it – Harlem. So far, so predictable, right? Not quite. Harlem's main cast are electrifyingly funny, and the manner in which they bounce off one another is reminiscent of some of best comedy character relationships of the last two decades. Fans of Insecure and Run the World will lap this up.

Seasons on Prime Video: 2

KSI: In Real Life

KSI looks out onto the crowd in his In Real Life docuseries on Prime Video

KSI: In Real Life lifts the lid on the popular influencer's life. (Image credit: Paul Raeside)

Amazon's streaming service has made a name for itself in the documentary space with its fantastic All or Nothing series. KSI: In Real Life, though, might be one of Prime Video's most fascinating docuseries to date.

It follows the world-famous YouTuber-turned-influencer as he prepares to release his second rap album. However, while KSI is riding high in the public eye, his private life has taken a beating – including the fraying of his closest relationships – which forces the global megastar to re-evaluate his life.

This warts-and-all docuseries offers a compelling behind-the-scenes look at KSI's life. From his humble beginnings in Watford to the unprecedented fame that followed, In Real Life is captivatingly emotional and thought-provoking. KSI fans will eat this up, but general documentary fans will also enjoy the series' exploration of fame, the internet, and overcoming trauma.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1

The Legend of Vox Machina

The Vox Machina crew look exhausted after a battle in Amazon Prime Video's TV show adaptation

The Legend of Vox Machina is a superb anime-like Prime Video show. (Image credit: Prime Video)

Set in the fictional Exandrian kingdom of Tal’Dorei, The Legend of Vox Machina tells the story of a band of mercenary misfits hired to eradicate an unnamed evil entity that’s plagued the realm. It isn't long, though, before the seven-strong group realize they've become embroiled in a battle against a far more sinister and potentially world-threatening enemy.

In our season 1 review of The Legend of Vox Machina, we said it retains lots of what the original online DnD campaign such a hit. It's hilarious, action-packed, emotional, and full of twists and turns. It's also pretty gruesome and horror-esque on occasion, so those of a grisly inclination will get a kick out of it as well. The original Critical Role cast have returned to voice their characters, while there's a whole slew of famous actors who cameo as other individuals in this fictional fantasy world. Season 2 is out now, too, and cements this show's place on our best Prime Video shows list.

Seasons on Prime Video: 2


Chava, Lonny, Roxy, and Jonah attend a gala in Hunters season 2

Hunters is a fun if violent historical conspiracy drama. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

Loosely inspired by real-world events, Hunters tells the tale of a group of Nazi hunters, who uncover a conspiracy involving a number of escaped Nazi officers trying to install a Fourth Reich in the heart of 1970s America. If you're a fan of alternate histories and R-rated content, this is certainly the show for you.

Hunters' first season drew in plenty of viewers, not least because it starred legendary actor Al Pacino in his first-ever TV role. While we enjoyed what Hunters season 1 had to offer, its ending proved to be extremely divisive – and, in the two years since its debut, other Prime Video originals have overtaken it as must-watch Amazon exclusives.

Still, with Hunters season 2 out now – it picks up events two years after its predecessor, and finds Jonah and company trying to stop Hitler and his cohorts from carrying out their masterplan – it could rightfully keep its place as one of the best Prime Video shows of all-time.

Seasons on Prime Video: 2

The Rig

Martin Compston's Fulmer looks over the edge of an oil rig in Prime Video's The Rig TV series

The Rig is a thrilling supernatural drama on Prime Video. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

Supernatural and/or mystery thrillers are a dime a dozen these days – but what about such genre-specific shows set aboard a Scottish oil rig?

That's the premise of The Rig, a spooky Prime Video show that combines eco-horror with character-driven fare from a bygone era. Game of Thrones' Iain Glen and Filth's Martin Compston lead an ensemble cast in the series, which sees the crew of the Kinloch Bravo rig cut off from the rest of the world when an eerie fog rolls in. Unsurprisingly, there's more than meets the eye with this mist – cue fraying tempers, betrayals, tests of endurance, and more sinister occurrences.

The Rig has been fairly well received by critics, so you'll want to *ahem* drill down into this one yourself and see if it's one of the best Prime Video shows.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1

Jack Ryan

Jack Ryan walks across an open field with a backpack on in Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan season 3

Jack Ryan's third season tests the character in new, tension-fuelled ways. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

This politically charged action thriller has been a fairly good hit for Amazon Studios, thanks in part to John Krazinski's charismatic and fun take on the titular CIA analyst.

Pulled away from his usual desk job to further investigate a string of dubious bank transfers, Ryan soon finds himself embroiled in a wider geopolitical conspiracy where he can't trust anyone – and nobody is willing to trust him. Unsurprisingly, things get more suspenseful and fraught with each passing season.

It's not as thrilling or subversively humorous as, say, Prime Video's Reacher (more on that in a bit) or similarly positioned spy shows. But, with plenty of high stakes drama, impressive set-pieces, and a likeable cast, Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan is worth investing in.

Seasons on Prime Video: 3

Three Pines

Inspector Armand Gamache enters a cafe in Prime Video's Three Pines TV series

Three Pines is a gripping crime thriller that'll hook you instantly. (Image credit: Laurent Guerin/Amazon Studios)

Based on Louise Penny's Chief Inspector Gamache novel series, this Canadian crime thriller has earned plenty of acclaim since its December 2022 launch.

Alfred Molina (Spider-Man: No Way Home) stars as Armand Gamache, who travels to the titular Eastern Township to investigate a series of grisly murders. There, he's forced to confront demons – including his own – from all corners and unearth long buried secrets that the town's population have hidden away.

As detective tales go, Three Pines isn't a ground-breaking world beater. But, thanks to Molina's riveting, soulful performance and some surprising twists and turns, it's a show that delivers a largely fascinating whodunnit – all set in a picturesque snowy location. What's not to love?

Seasons on Prime Video: 1

The English

Lady Cornelia Locke looks stunned as she sees something happening off-camera in The English on Prime Video

The English has earned rave reviews from critics. (Image credit: Prime Video)

This UK-US venture – Amazon co-developed it alongside the BBC – has earned plenty of plaudits, with critics describing The English as a bold, violent, and operatic Western that puts a new spin on the ageing but no less popular genre.

Emily Blunt (Jungle Cruise, A Quiet Place) and Chaske Spencer (Twilight) star as its two leads, aka Lady Cornelia Locke and Eli Whipp, who join forces in 1890s middle America to get revenge on those who ruined their lives in countless ways.

The English is a sweeping, brutal, and oft-times emotionally difficult watch, but it's nonetheless an immediately gripping series that deserves your time and attention. Expect it to remain a key staple of this best Prime Video shows list.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1


Jamie shakes hands with Tom Jones in front of a clear blue sky in Mammals on Prime Video

Mammals is a dark comedy-drama on Prime Video. (Image credit: Alex Bailey/Amazon Studios)

James Corden is something of a divisive figure – you either think he's funny or not, and that's before he's seen getting into real world restaurant-based verbal spats.

With Mammals, though, it seems as if many (fans and critics alike) are agreeing that Corden really does have something about him. In this dark comedy drama, the host of US talk show The Late Late Show (and former Gavin and Stacey star) plays Jamie, a Michelin star chef whose life implodes when he finds out his pregnant wife Amadine – portrayed by Melia Kreilling – has secretly had multiple affairs with different men.

Mammals doesn't reinvent the genres it's associated with, but its emotive tale of swingers culture and black, at-times surreal humor – Tom Jones even makes a cameo – make it worth checking out, especially if you're a Corden fan.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1

The Peripheral

Chloe Grace Moretz's Flynne wears a brand-new Sim on her head as she look at someone off camera in The Peripheral on Prime Video

The Peripheral is another solid sci-fi TV show available to stream on Prime Video. (Image credit: Prime Video)

Based on William Gibson's seminal novel of the same name, The Peripheral is a sci-fi lover's dream, with a fascinatingly time-bending narrative, complex world-building, and exploration of real world sociopolitical issues, such as inequality and what it means to be free.

In our review of The Peripheral, we said the Chloë Grace Moretz-starring production was a "candy shop of shiny delights", adding Gibson's novel "translates well in the first three episodes", even if several elements of the original plot are "disappointingly canned". However, its pacing, as well as its at-times "dense and confusing" narrative means some viewers may struggle to stick with it.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1

The Rings of Power

Three Numenorean ships sail into the sun drenched island kingdom of Numenor in The Rings of Power

The Rings of Power is Amazon's second attempt at making a fan-favorite fantasy epic. (Image credit: Prime Video)

Set during Middle-earth's Second Age, The Rings of Power tells the multi-narrative tale of the forging of the titular rings, Sauron's ambitiously evil masterplan to become the world's dictatorial ruler, and Middle-earth's various races uniting to stop him.

That's the basic premise, anyway. There's more to Amazon's Lord of the Rings than that – it's a majestic, sweeping, and epic fantasy series that long time Tolkienites and Lord of the Rings newcomers will thoroughly enjoy. Simply put, it's one of the best Prime Video shows around. Oh, and The Rings of Power season 2 is already in production.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1

A League of Their Own

Abbi Jacobson's Carson squats down to pretend to catch a baseball in A League of Their Own on Prime Video

A League of Their Own is another great sports-based Prime Video TV show. (Image credit: Nicola Goode/Amazon Studios)

Based on the 1992 film of the same name, A League of Their Own tells the story of the Rockford Peaches, an all-female baseball league team that not only has to navigate the perils of the Second World War but also the era's tormenting levels of misogyny and chauvinism.

The show primarily follows Abbi Jacobson's Carson and Chanté Adams' Max and their journeys to become professional players. But its study of other characters and their respective arcs, evocative themes, and thrilling baseball-based drama gives A League of Their Own plenty to work with. It's lacking in neither style or substance, which is a rarity for a sports-centric TV series.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1

The Terminal List

Chris Pratt's James Reece looks shell shocked in an airport in The Terminal List

The Terminal List is another Prime Video action-thriller series. (Image credit: Prime Video)

The Terminal List stars Marvel movie actor Chris Pratt as James Reece, a Navy SEAL suffering from survivor's guilt and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) after his entire platoon is wiped out during a covert mission. 

When new information emerges that puts the responsibility on morally gray characters within the armed forces and US government, Reece decides to take matters into his own hands and seek revenge on those who wronged him and his deceased squad members.

The Terminal List wasn't well received by critics, with some calling it a by-the-numbers show that doesn't deliver thrills beyond what viewers have seen before. Others praised Pratt's performance, the show's action sequences, and its thematic resonance. It's been renewed for a second season and a prequel, so it must have done something right.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1

The Boys

Billy Butcher and Homelander have a tense conversation in The Boys season 3

The Boys is one of the most popular Prime Video shows of all time. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

The Boys is based on a simple premise: What if superheroes sucked? Like, really, really sucked? What if they were egotistical, selfish, corrupt and downright, well, unheroic? That's the crux of Amazon's live-action adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's R-rated comic series, which is one of the best Prime Video shows ever created.

Now sure, many of those questions have been explored in other media, but Amazon's over-the-top series does it with visual panache, dollops of humor, plenty of gore and ultraviolence, and some tender moments. The first season showed plenty of promise, the second delivered on it, and the third went above and beyond its predecessors.

The Boys has been renewed for a fourth season and filming is already underway.

Seasons on Prime Video: 3

Outer Range

Josh Brolin's Royal Abbott walks towards a mysterious black hold in Outer Range on Prime Video

Outer Range is an intriguing sci-fi western that'll pique your interest. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

Billed as a sci-fi mystery thriller, Outer Range stars Josh Brolin (Avengers: Infinity War, Dune) as Royal Abbott, a Wyoming-based rancher fighting to keep his land out of the hands of a rival herder.

When a mysterious black hole suddenly appears on the Abbott estate, Royal uses the seemingly infinite void to his advantage – including disposing of a body of one of his rival's sons following a tragic accident. But, when a drifter called Autumn (Imogen Poots) catches Royal in the act, the head of the Abbott family must fight for his family, to maintain their secret, and keep Autumn – who seems to have supernatural ties to the black hole – on side as his foes (and the police) close in around him.

Despite its often muddled and weirdly paced plot, it deserves to be part of our best Prime Video shows article due to some powerhouse performances, its curious mystery, and foreboding atmosphere. A second season is on the way, too.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1


Nathan and Ingrid wear different facial expressions after a revelation in Upload season 2

Upload is a whimsical but heart-warming Prime Video sci-fi series. (Image credit: Liane Hentscher/Amazon Studios)

Set 15 years in the future, Upload tells the tale of Nathan Brown (Robbie Amell), a computer programmer who's mysteriously murdered and uploaded to a 'virtual afterlife' location called Lake View.

As he adjusts to his new life, Nathan finds himself romantically drawn to his customer service angel Nora Antony (Andy Allo), despite Nathan still technically being involved with his still-alive girlfriend Ingrid Kannerman (Allegra Edwards). It isn't long, too, before Nathan and Nora begin to unravel the wider mystery surrounding his death.

If that all sounds a bit dramatic and bleak, don't fret: Upload is one of the funnier Prime Video shows out there, one that straddles multiple genres including comedy, drama, whodunnit, and horror. It also offers an intriguing look into the real world's technological-based future, metaverse and all. Amazon Studios has renewed the show for a third season.

Seasons on Prime Video: 2

The Marvelous Mrs Maisel

Midge Maisel lies down on some dresses while looking glum in The Marvelous Mrs Maisel

The Marvelous Mrs Maisel will have you in fits of hysterics with alarming regularity. (Image credit: Amazon)

The Marvelous Mrs Maisel tells the story of '50s housewife Miriam 'Midge' Maisel as she attempts to become the best female stand-up comic in the US.

After her husband confesses he's been having an affair, 'Midge' drunkenly gets on stage at a comedy club and discovers that she's utterly hilarious. In a time when women aren't encouraged to be publicly funny, Midge pursues her new-found comedic talent in the male-dominated stand up comedy world. But, unbeknownst to 'Midge', the journey is far from a straightforward one.

The multi-award winning period comedy-drama's first two seasons drew plenty of critical acclaim. But, while season 3 was still pretty good, it didn't live up to the expectations set by its predecessors. The show's fourth season was a return to form for the series, so catch it while you can – season 5 is set to be its last instalment, which premieres on April 14.

Seasons on Prime Video: 4


Alan Ritchson's Jack Reacher stares at some of his fellow prison inmates in the character's Prime Video TV series

Reacher is the first Prime Video show ever to top Nielsen's streaming charts. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

Alan Ritchson (Titans) stars as the titular character – aka Jack Reacher – a drifter owning few possessions following his departure from the armed forces, Reacher arrives in Margrave, Georgia at the exact moment that the small US town is reeling from its first major crime in 20 years. Somehow, Reacher is wrongly framed for the crime and, following his arrest, agrees to help the authorities get the bottom of the case in exchange for his freedom. Given his army expertise and his hulking frame, it seems that those responsible picked the wrong guy to pin the crime on.

It's definitely one to check out if you're a fan of action and mystery thrillers. And, after it became the first Prime Video shows ever to top Nielsen's streaming charts, it'll come as no surprise to learn that a second season has been greenlit. While wait for its next season, check out these six Reacher-like shows.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1

The Wheel of Time

Moiraine races on horseback to meet with some allies in The Wheel of Time

The Wheel of Time is a stunning fantasy TV adaptation. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

Based on Robert Jordan's beloved book series, The Wheel of Time is a fantasy show that blends the best of Game of Thrones, The Witcher, and The Lord of the Rings.

Rosamund Pike (I Care A Lot, Gone Girl) plays Moiraine, a powerful sorceress whose quest to find the Dragon Reborn – a prophesised champion who can defeat the Dark One – leads her to the small village known as the Two Rivers. When Moiraine and her Warder companion Lan Mandragoran (Daniel Henney) are forced to rescue five of the village's young adults from the Dark One's forces, they realize that one of this quintet is the so-called Dragon Reborn. Cue an epic quest to work out who this ancient warrior is and whether they'll be able to save the world or not.

Expect plenty of drama, R-rated violence (it's not a family friendly show), a dashing of humor, and plenty of fantastical elements that'll wow and shock you. The Wheel of Time season 2 has finished filming, while a third season has been greenlit. Suffice to say, it's one of the best Prime Video shows around.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1


Mark Grayson looks angry as he prepares to engage some enemies in Invincible

Invincible's Prime Video return can't come soon enough. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

Amazon's animated adaptation of Robert Kirkman's superhero comic series isn't for the faint of heart. Sure, it may not be a live-action production like The Boys, but Invincible is full of blood, gore, violence, and other adult content.

It's a slow burn to begin with – well, apart from a specific scene in episode 1 that shocked viewers who haven't read the comics before. Its subversion of superhero tropes, emotional story beats, and ensemble cast will keep your attention until things really start to pick up from episode 4 – by which point you should be fully hooked.

Invincible season 2, as well as a third instalment, is currently in development, although a fourth season hasn't secretly been greenlit. It won't be surprising if it's renewed for season 4, though, as Invincible is one of the best Prime Video shows of all-time.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1


Anne Hathaway's Leah stares at something off camera in Solos on Prime Video

Solos is a thought provoking sci-fi miniseries that explores various aspects of being human. (Image credit: Amazon Studios)

An anthology series from Hunters' creator David Weil, Solos asks the question: what does it mean to be human?

If you think you've seen TV shows that ask that question, think again. Solos approaches this philosophical query from a sci-fi angle, framing its standalone stories around various futuristic topics including human cloning, time travel, space exploration, and viewing other peoples' memories.

With an all-star cast including Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman, Anthony Mackie, and Anne Hathaway, Solos explores universal themes such as death, fear of the unknown, and finding your purpose in funny but heart-breaking fashion. With episodes lengths between 20 and 30 minutes, it's well worth bingeing.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1

Good Omens

A promotional image showing Michael Sheen's Aziraphale and David Tennant's Crowley in Good Omens season 1

Good Omens is a top-tier Prime Video show. (Image credit: Amazon)

Good Omens came out of nowhere and swept us off our feet. Based on the book by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, Good Omens is an addictive, bonkers, and 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.

Season 2 has wrapped filming, so you best catch up on one of the best Prime Video shows before its sophomore season arrives.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1

The Grand Tour

A promotional image for The Grand Tour, starring Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond

The Grand Tour is a, well, grand Prime Video TV series.

Having departed the BBC years ago and struck up a deal with Amazon Studios, petrolheads Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May have found similar levels of success on the streamer with The Grand Tour – an excuse to send the trio around the world, partaking in various challenges and sniping at each other for hours on end.

If you enjoy watching middle aged men burn rubber in the middle of the desert, like a scene out of Mad Max: Fury Road, then this is for you. And you better make the most of it – Amazon is reportedly cutting ties with Jeremy Clarkson (opens in new tab) over comments he made about former UK Royal Megan Markle, meaning the show's next four TV specials might be its final instalments.

Seasons on Prime: 4

Small Axe

John Boyega's Leroy Logan listens during a meeting of police officers in Small Axe on Prime Video

Small Axe is a heart-wrenching TV series that focuses on racial injustices in the UK. (Image credit: BBC/McQueen Limited/Will Robson)

Traversing the boundaries between film and TV, Small Axe is a compilation of feature-length stories centred around West Indian people living in London from the '60s to the '80s. 

Directed by Steve McQueen, the first stars Letitia Wright (Black Panther: Wakanda Forever) as part of the Mangrove 9, who faced trial following the harassment of a black-owned restaurant by racist police officers. Another features John Boyega (Star Wars) training to be the first black police officer in the London MET. None of them, especially Lover's Rock, are to be missed due to their harrowing depictions of racial segregation in the UK that, in some instances, still exists today.

Another McQueen show – Uprising – is also available to stream on Prime Video. If Small Axe was an eye-opening experience for you, Uprising will hit similarly hard.

Seasons on Prime Video: 1

The Expanse

A promotional image for The Expanse, which shows the series' main characters

The Expanse is available to watch in its entirety on Prime Video. (Image credit: Amazon)

Arguably the best sci-fi show since Battlestar Galatica, The Expanse is based on the series of novels by James S. A. Corey, the pen name of authors Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck. 

It's set in a future where humans have colonised most of the solar system, but there are big divisions between the occupants of Earth, Mars, and 'Belters', who reside on space stations beyond the asteroid belt. It's full of politics, heart-wrenching and emotional stories, and some of the most breath-taking scenes of outer space we've ever seen.

If you're a fan of sci-fi, you'll love this. The series' sixth and final season is currently available on Prime Video, so hop to it: there's plenty of catching up to do.

Seasons on Prime Video: 6


Fleabag kneels in a church pew as she stares at someone off-camera in her self-titled TV show

Fleabag is a quintessentially wonderful British comedy. (Image credit: Amazon Prime)

Phoebe Waller-Bridge has created two of the best TV shows of the modern age in Killing Eve and Fleabag. The latter is her self-starring comedy drama, adapted from a stage show, and it's a hilarious but sometimes painful portrait of a damaged person trying to keep it together. 

The supporting cast, which includes Andrew Scott's 'hot priest' in season 2, helps make this one of the best shows around full stop. With six half-hour episodes per season, you could binge it in just a few days. 

Seasons on Prime Video: 2

Star Trek

A promotional image of the main cast seen in Star Trek: The Next Generation

There are multiple Stark Trek TV offerings available on Prime Video US. (Image credit: CBS)

There's a lot of Star Trek on Prime Video, if you're in the mood to watch (or begin watching) one of the most iconic sci-fi franchises of all-time.

However, there are some slight catches with what Amazon's streamer offers these days. Some TV shows, such as Star Trek: Enterprise and Star Trek: Picard, are only available on Paramount Plus, which you can add as an extra TV channel as part of your Prime Video subscription. Meanwhile, some movies, including Star Trek: Into Darkness, are free to stream on Amazon's streaming platform.

It's all a bit messy really so, if you're looking for some Star Trek to stream, you'll have to search by the title of the film or TV series you're after. Still, if you're a huge Trekkie, there's plenty of choice available.

Seasons on Prime Video: 3 of The Original Series (via Paramount Plus)

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