7 Best Amazon Prime Video Series to Watch

Series fans can’t help but enjoy all the possibilities that Amazon Prime Video offers its subscribers. In addition to a catalog filled with various acquisitions from world television, there are also original productions for all tastes, coming from different countries.

Discover some of the best series available on streaming and watch them all right now.

Fleabag

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Winner of several awards, Fleabag is a series created, written, directed and starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge. Her character manages to converse with the audience at different times, “breaking the fourth wall” that separates fiction from reality. These are two seasons full of interesting nuances, with very comical situations.

Obviously, the viewers were won over by Priest (played by Anthony Scott), who appears early in Season 2 to perform the wedding of Fleabag’s father (Bill Paterson) and stepmother (Olivia Colman). And an unlikely novel emerges from this encounter, with episodes filled with metaphors, ramblings and brilliant events.

The Boys

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the 3rd season of The Boys is being produced by Amazon Prime Video, yet without a date to debut in streaming. Based on the comics by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, the series was developed by Eric Kripke, featuring a star-studded cast. In the plot, viewers meet Vought International and its acclaimed group of superheroes.

Despite this, there is also the group of Billy Butcher (Karl Urban), which wants to end this hegemony due to various personal problems faced by him and his teammates in the past. In this context, Hughie (Jack Quaid) is one of the last to be affected by the company’s heroes — and it all happens extremely brutally.

The Underground Railroad

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Author Colson Whitehead’s acclaimed novel of the same name provided important details for the narrative construction of Barry Jenkins’ miniseries, winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture for Moonlight in 2017. In ten electrifying episodes, the audience travels through time to follow the saga of Cora Randall (Thuso Mbedu), a young woman who wants to be freed from slavery and does not want to see the barriers imposed on her.

For this reason, she articulates, alongside Caesar (Aaron Pierre), on the infamous Underground Railroad, an underground escape route that can get her out of this inhuman condition. As it all happens, the character also needs to be very careful not to be captured by the dangerous Ridgeway (Joel Edgerton), a bounty hunter obsessed with her.

Good Omens

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In a free translation, the title of this series — which has recently been renewed for a 2nd season — can be read as beautiful curses (Record Group). Set specifically in the year 2018, the production was based on the book of the same name by writers Terry Pratchett (1948 -2015) and Neil Gaiman, originally published in 1990.

Michael Sheen appears playing the main character, the angel Aziraphale, who, along with the demon Crowley (David Tennant), needs to prevent the eventual arrival of the antichrist to Earth, mainly because of a terrible battle that was predestined for this occasion. With numerous interesting questions, the first six episodes are now available in streaming and can be watched at any time by subscribers.

Invincible

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Continuing with the list, among the best series on Amazon Prime Video is also a very curious animation released this year. During the narrative, the audience meets Mark Grayson (whose voice is voiced by actor Steven Yeun), a seemingly ordinary teenager. However, the young man is the son of one of the greatest superheroes of all time, the famous Omni-Man (JK Simmons).

Always living in his father’s shadow, on any given day, the character discovers that he also has super powers and can develop into a hero. However, things can be more complex and dangerous than he imagined. Addressing familiar issues in an extraordinary way, the production has already been revamped in streaming.

Little Fires Everywhere

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Launched in 2020, the miniseries starring Reese Witherspoon, Kerry Washington and Joshua Jackson presents a delicate plot full of relevant issues to be discussed in our society. All of this is stitched together with a breathtaking suspense that will be able to trap viewers from the first to the last episode.

The plot is based on the homonymous novel — released in Brazil by the publisher Intrínseca — by writer Celeste Ng, who also acted as executive producer on the project. Amidst so many conflicts, viewers follow the saga of a seemingly perfect family, which faces completely unexpected challenges along its path.

Modern Love

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And to close the list, we could not fail to recommend a series full of romance for the hearts in love. Anthologically, Modern Love presents inspiring stories about how love can develop in different ways.

In the two seasons released by streaming so far, Anne Hathaway, Dev Patel, Olivia Cooke, Andrew Scott, Andy García, Catherine Keener, Kit Harington and Julia Garner starred in emotional stories.

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