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All this stay-at-home time has allowed
for many additional hours in front of the TV—so many, in fact, that your homebound
loved ones that have been streaming in your household may have run out of movies and
shows to watch. Luckily, it’s August now, and Amazon Prime has a whole new crop
of watchable programs for you to bring into your living room. Here are a few of
Coming August 1 to your Amazon Prime
account is the entire collection of Saw films—these shocking movies are
great for a horror binge as the twisted antagonist, Jigsaw, forces Saw‘s
characters to perform cruel, heinous acts or risk death.
Comrade Detective is what happens if, during the Soviet era, the Communist Party had
commissioned a cop show depicting a pair of Romanian detectives who chased down
capitalists and rambled on about socialist propaganda. This conceptual comedy
series is available on August 4 and is dubbed by an all-star cast, including
Channing Tatum, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jenny Slate, Nick Offerman, and
Lost In Oz, Season 1
This animated Amazon Original Series
stars Dorothy and Toto from the much-loved L. Frank Baum’s OZ books as
they search for Glinda the Good and a way back to Kansas. The extended pilot is
the winner of an Emmy for children’s programming and is a great pick for
McLovin is back on Amazon on August 4 in
the classic coming-of-age comedy starring Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, and Seth
Rogen. The film is loosely based on the experiences of its co-writers Seth
Rogen and Evan Goldberg as they navigate their last days of high school and all
the shenanigans that ensue.
Tumble Leaf, Season 3
This animated series is the recipient of
numerous awards, and its third season is ready to be streamed August 15. The
show details the adventures of Fig the fox and Stick the caterpillar as they
travel through Tumble Leaf island—learning a lot about friendship and science
along the way.
Undercover will be available on August 17 and is drama-packed. This BBC
mini-series stars Sophie Okonedo and Adrian Lester. The two play a couple
comprised of an attorney wife, who is working to free those who are wrongly
convicted of crimes, and a husband hoping to hide his past.
My Bloody Valentine
My Bloody Valentine was originally an 80s Canadian cult classic but was remade in 2009,
and the newest version is available through Amazon Prime on August 19. This
slasher film is about a crazed serial-killing miner as he wreaks his revenge
against a small town.
The Tick, Season 1
This Amazon Original Series is set to air August 25 and is based on Ben
Edlund’s comic book. This superhero series stars Peter Serafinowicz and Griffin
Newman as the crime-fighting duo.
timeless biographical comedy-drama film stars Meryl Streep as Florence Foster
Jenkins, a New York heiress and socialite determined to become an opera
singer—despite her lack of talent—and her rise to stardom. It will be available
on August 27 through Prime.
historical series details the rise of the famed Queen Victoria, played by Jenna
Coleman, at the age of 18 to the throne, as well as her early reign. This PBS
series will be ready to stream on August 29.