Wow, I am already writing an article about what’s coming to Amazon Prime in January 2019? It feels like 2018 just started, and now I am here, writing about 2019 already. So, what can we expect from 2019? Will Amazon Prime give us any goodies to enjoy while it is cold and winter outside in January?
Here you can see the full list of content coming to Amazon Prime in January 2019. I have just looked through it, and if you look for Hollywood movies and TV series, there isn’t a lot of be happy about. But, if you are a fan of Amazon Original content, January will for sure have a lot to offer that you might be very happy about!
Coming to Amazon Prime in January 2019
Breaking Big, Season 1
First Civilizations, Season 1
Frontline, Season 36
Nova Wonders, Season 1
A Beautiful Mind (2001)
Alpha Dog (2006)
GI Jews: Jewish Americans in World War II (2018)
Going to War (2018)
Jane Eyre (2011)
Rwanda: The Royal Tour (2018)
The Art of the Shine (2018)
The Jazz Ambassadors (2018)
Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)
Leave No Trace (2018)
Beautiful Boy (Prime Original movie)
Sherlock Gnomes (2018)
Informer (Prime Original series), Season 2
Eighth Grade (2018)
The Debt (2010)
The Grand Tour (Prime Original series), Season 3
Fahrenheit 11/9 (2018)
Four More Shots Please! (Prime Original series), Season 1
Escobar: Paradise Lost (2014)
Endeavour, Season 5
The arrival of the third season of The Grand Tour will be a highlight for many fans of wonderful cars and high speeds. I know the expectations were very high before the first and the second season, and I guess lots of people are looking very much forward to the third season as well.
My personal favorite might be the new Amazon series Informer. It is an original BBC series, but it will now come to Amazon Prime. It tells the story of a guy that takes on the job as an informer, trying to get important information from terror cells and other criminal groups, for then to share the information with the cops.
Do you have a personal favorite coming to Amazon Prime in January 2019? I would love to hear your thoughts!
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