The TV shows that Amazon Prime Video has on offer grows each day. And although this may mean you've always got a lot to catch up on every time the weekend rolls around, it also means it's really difficult to choose just one. But this list is here to help make your choice that little bit easier.
[Update: This week, the long-awaited football documentary about Manchester City called All Or Nothing lands on Amazon Prime. It's an 8-part behind-the-scenes series that follows the club in the 207 to 2018 season and it's a must-watch for Man City fans and football fans alike.]
Amazon Prime Video is part of the Amazon Prime membership, which means a lot more than fast deliveries these days.
For starters, there’s Prime Music, Audible freebies, the Kindle Lending Library, lots of photos storage and the chance to stream great movies and TV shows through Prime Video, which is Amazon’s answer to an on-demand streaming service.
Although Amazon has a huge back catalogue on its Prime Video service, there are lots of mediocre TV options too that might fool you into thinking they’d be worthy of a watch, as well as lots of truly terrible ones, which we'd prefer you didn't waste your time on at all.
We've collected together a huge selection of TV shows for you to choose from, including shiny new series through to Amazon's own original shows.
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.
Amazon has been developing and creating titles itself over the past few years, which are called Amazon Originals or Amazon Original Series.
These homegrown TV shows are arguably some of the best that the Amazon Prime Video service has to offer (think The Tick and Transparent), which you can watch instantly when you have Amazon Prime access. There are many more shows you can watch through Amazon too of course, but some of these have to be purchased in order for you to start streaming.
We'll be keeping this list constantly updated – if any paid shows become free that we feel need to be included, they'll be added too. Scroll through to see our picks that we've divided up into the following categories: drama, comedy and thriller.
If you can only watch one...
This week we definitely recommend you get stuck into All or Nothing, a football documentary that follows Manchester City behind-the-scenes during the Premier League winning and record-breaking 2017/2018 season. It's an 8-part series that features all kinds of exclusive footage, from locker room pep talks with coach Pep Guardiola, and a look at the players' lives off and on the pitch. It's a must-watch for everyone from die-hard Man City fans to even those with a vague interested in footy.
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