Subscribers to SVOD services can not complain about boredom – new offers are systematically added to the service libraries. And although Netflix is the leader in this regard, and its updates are really extensive, Prime Video can also boast some promising productions. Learn the details.
The end of the first season of “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power” has come true – Amazon can analyze viewing statistics and start producing new episodes, while offering more movies and series to its viewers. At the end of October, “The Devil’s Hour” debuted, but let’s check out what awaits users in the coming weeks.
After Netflix’s wide-ranging and diverse November show, let’s take a look at what’s new in Amazon Prime Video. The list of original products is not as large as that of the competition, moreover, Amazon does not share the list of licensed movies and series.
In November, it is worth paying attention to the drama “My Cop” based on the novel by Bethan Roberts. The movie is set in the late ’90s, when their friend from the past, Patrick, arrives at Tom and Marion’s house. His visit brings back memories of 40 years ago, when the two men had a romantic relationship. At the same time, it is worth watching the British series “Mammals”, divided into 6 episodes, the theme of which is issues of modern relationships and marriage, and the continuation of the first season of the science fiction “Ocean”.
Amazon Prime Video – New for November:
- The Peripheral: Season 1 – sequel – from 04/11,
- The Chief: The Corruption Game: Season 2 – 04/11
- Policeman – 4 November
- Savage X Fenty Show Vol. – from 11/09,
- Autumn victory – 10/11,
- La Kaida – 11/11,
- Out Loud: Season 1 – 11/11,
- Mammals season 1 – 11/11,
- The people we hate at the wedding – 11/18
- Good Night Oppy – 23/11.
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