11 of the most watched series on Amazon Prime Video

Since arriving in Brazil, in September 2019, the Amazon Prime Video is one of the most famous streamings in the country. With a wide variety of films and series in the catalogue, the service has increasingly invested in original content in recent years.

Among the main highlights are titles such as The Boysreleased in 2019, and the animation Invincible2021. Both were a great success with the public and also with the critics.

Subscribe to Amazon Prime Video and don’t know what to watch? So check out the list of the best streaming series below, according to the IMDb notes.

Best Amazon Prime Video Series

11. Cruel Summer (7.5/10)

In the plot, Kate, the most popular girl in a small town in Texas, disappears without a trace. At the same time, the then shy and excluded girl, Jeanette, who apparently has nothing to do with what happened, starts to take the place of the missing woman.

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10. Modern Love (8.0/10)

The first season, released in 2019, was a hit with subscribers. With a large cast, the anthology series portrays love in its many forms and each story is inspired by a real personal article based on a famous newspaper column. New York Times of the same name.

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9. The Man In the High Castle (8.0/10)

What would happen if Germany had won World War II? The story follows dystopian America in 1962, dominated by Nazi Germany and imperial Japan. However, a young woman discovers a mysterious film that could be the key to overthrowing totalitarian regimes.

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8. Upload (8.0/10)

Upload was one of the series that reached the catalog without fanfare and quickly won the hearts of streaming subscribers. The show is a sitcom of sorts set in the near future, in which people who are close to death can be “carried” into a virtual life of their choosing.

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7. Good Omens (8.1/10)

Starring Michael Sheen and David Hamm, Good Omens is inspired by the work of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. The story introduces the End Times, with the birth of the son of Satan and the attempts of the angel Aziraphale and the demon Crowley to stop the Apocalypse – as they have become accustomed to living among humans.

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6. Bosch (8.5/10)

Bosch is based on the bestselling books by Michael Connelly. In the plot, Titus Welliver (Lost) plays an LAPD homicide detective who faces trial after killing a serial murder suspect while also trying to arrest the person responsible for the death of a 13-year-old boy.

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5. The Expanse (8.6/10)

Based on the award-winning book series by James SA Corey, the plot takes place 200 years in the future, when humanity has already colonized the entire solar system. The plot follows the case of a missing young woman, who ends up uniting a detective and a rogue pilot to work together in search of answers. What the two did not expect is that the journey would expose the greatest conspiracy in human history.

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4. Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (8.7/10)

Awarded with 16 Emmy Awards, Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is set in the 1950s and follows Miriam “Midge” Maisel, a woman who has everything she’s ever wanted — the perfect husband, two kids and an elegant Upper West Side apartment. Everything changes when she discovers a talent: a stand-up comedian.

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3. Invincible (8.7/10)

Based on the eponymous comic book created by Robert Kirkman (also creator of The Walking Dead), the animation follows Mark Grayson, a teenager trying to lead an ordinary life. The only problem is that he is the son of the most powerful superhero on Earth.

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2. Fleabag (8.7/10)

Much acclaimed by audiences and critics, the comedy-drama series follows a young woman trying to adapt to modern life in London, as she goes through a time of mourning.

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1. The Boys (8.7/10)

Probably the best known on the list, The Boys It’s one of the biggest streaming hits to date. Now heading into its third year, the series mixes heavy doses of criticism, sarcasm, comedy and superheroes (not too heroic).

“When fame goes to their heads, some superheroes start to corrupt themselves and use their status to further promote themselves, which can put the population itself at risk. An independent team of outlaws then prepares to handle the case.”

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