What’s new on Amazon Prime in January 2020

2019 is soon to be history, and a new decade is about to start. Will January 2020 get off with a boom for those with an Amazon Prime subscription? Here you have the full list of movies and TV shows coming to Amazon Prime in January 2020.

After looking through the list of what’s coming to Amazon Prime in January 2020, I must say that I am quite satisfied. It isn’t a fantastic and awesome month, but still, it is way better than many of the other months we have witnessed on Amazon.

Take a look at the full list of what’s coming to Amazon Prime and read more of comments later.

The Wedding Year with Sarah Hyland will come to Amazon Prime in January 2020
The Wedding Year with Sarah Hyland will come to Amazon Prime in January 2020

Coming to Amazon Prime January 2020

Jan. 1

Amores Perros (2000)
Arbitrage (2012)
Captivity (2007)
Cinderfella (1960)
The Conspirator (2011)
Crisscross (1992)
Cube (1998)
Cube 2: Hypercube (2003)
Cube Zero (2005)
Dangerous Curves (1988)
Danny Collins (2015)
Dracula 3000 (2004)
Drop Dead Sexy (2005)
Edge Of Darkness (2010)
Golden Gate (1993)
Gone (2012)
Kansas (1988)
Knowing (2009)
Last Rites (1988)
Mystery Team (2009)
P2 (2007)
Pi (1998)
Sherlock Holmes (2009)
Shy People (1987)
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982)
Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984)
Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)
Star Trek: Insurrection (1998)
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)
Swimming with Sharks (1995)
The Bellboy (1960)
The Final Cut (2004)
The Good Guy (2010)
The Goonies (1985)
The Patsy (1964)
The Pom Pom Girls (1976)
The Possession (2012)
The Tenant (1976)
Unforgettable (1996)

Jan. 3

Midsommar (2019)
Bug Diaries: Season 1B (Amazon Original Series)
James May: Our Man In Japan: Season 1 (Amazon Original Series)
Jayde Adams: Serious Black Jumper (Amazon Original Special)
Ilana Glazer: The Planet Is Burning (Amazon Original Special)

Jan. 5

10 Minutes Gone (2019)

Jan. 6

Conan the Barbarian (2011)

Jan. 8

American Dreamer (2019)
Midnight Sun (2018)

Jan. 9

Meet Wally Sparks (1997)

Jan. 10

The Wedding Year (2019)

Jan. 17

The Skeleton Twins (2014)
Troop Zero (Amazon Original Movie)
Just Add Magic: Mystery City: Season 1 (Amazon Original Series)
Russell Peters: Deported (Amazon Original Special)
Rob Delaney: Jackie (Amazon Original Special)

Jan. 19

Miss Sloane (2016)

Jan. 23

The Prodigy (2019)

Jan. 30

Fighting with My Family (2019)

Jan. 31

All Or Nothing: CBF: Season 1 (Amazon Original Series)
Ted Bundy: Falling For A Killer: Season 1 (Amazon Original Series)

My personal favorite (or at least a movie that I would like to see) is Midsommar. This is a strange movie about a religious society and all its strange rituals, especially for someone coming to check out one of their celebrations who isn’t used to it.

Sherlock Holmes from 2009 is a big favorite of mine, and in the big anticipation of the upcoming Sherlock Holmes movie with Robert Downey Jr., this is absolutely something worth watching.

So, these are some thoughts on the Amazon Prime arrivals in January 2020. If you need help finding out how you can stream Amazon Prime abroad, click the link for information about the best VPN providers for the service. If you even go to fromabroad.org, you can find out more on how to watch other streaming services such as HBO Now abroad, CBS All Access, Netflix, Hulu, and lots of other sites.

With this, I also want to wish all our readers a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year. I hope to see you all and stream lots of great Amazon Prime content together in 2020 and in the coming decade as well.

But, I wonder what online streaming will be like in 10 years. Will the world be packed with streaming services, or maybe there will only be one big? Or maybe we don’t use streaming services at all anymore? I have no clue, but I am really curious!

Jack Ryan season 2 is out!

One of the Amazon shows I have been waiting for more than any other is the second season of Jack Ryan. But, now the wait is over and we can all stream Jack Ryan season 2 on Amazon Prime.

If you don’t have an Amazon Prime subscription yet, make sure to get one and then to stream straight away. If you need help accessing and enjoying your Amazon Prime subscription abroad, read more here at amazonprime.fromabroad.org.

The second season of Jack Ryan will continue where the first season ended. They have even done the job of creating a summary of season 1 at the start of the second season. As a result, I believe it will be possible for people to join in here who haven’t even seen the first season.

Is Jack Ryan season 2 worth watching?

To be honest, I haven’t seen it yet. I am still waiting, but I think I will get started within a couple of days. And if I know myself well (and I do), then I will probably not be able to stop watching before it is finished, meaning that the time between the start and the end of Jack Ryan season 2 will be very short.

Watch Jack Ryan season 2 on Amazon Prime

Amazon is doing a great job producing original material, and I know Jack Ryan is one of their most popular original shows. I will write more here when I have seen it to share my thoughts, but until then, why not read my thoughts about the first season of Jack Ryan right here.

If you want to find something else to stream, then there are lots of other shows available online. Not many of them can be streamed on Amazon Prime, but if you like action, then you might enjoy The Blacklist. The seventh season is currently airing on NBC in the United States, and you can also watch the most recent episodes of The Blacklist season 7 on Netflix. You will need to use a VPN for this to work, but if you are familiar with using a VPN to stream Amazon Prime abroad, then you will quickly understand how it works. However, most VPNs are blocked from the regions in which you can watch The Blacklist season 7 on Netflix, so you better be patient and following the instructions in the video referred to above if you want to watch the new season online.

There are many other series available online as well. Some of them are good, while most of them are quite bad and boring. But, a good show to watch is Living With Yourself, a Netflix original show starring Paul Rudd. I have just watched the first season and its eight episodes, and I have got to say – it was a great treat!

Do you have a favorite show that you are watching at the moment? Or is it all about Jack Ryan season 2 for you at the moment? I would love to hear your thoughts!

Is Netflix bigger than Amazon Prime in the USA?

Which company has most subscribers in the United States? Is it Amazon Prime, or is it Netflix? Here you will find the numbers, and if you react the same way we did, you will be surprised at what we discovered.

Netflix is the leading streaming service in the world, and it has more than 150,000,000 paying subscribers worldwide in 2019. That is a very big number, and for some reason, I always thought it meant that it was way bigger than Amazon Prime. But, that is when I understood that Amazon Prime is way more than just about streaming movies and TV shows. In fact, I believe most of the people subscribing to Amazon Prime in the USA do so in order to get faster shipping and early access to items on sale. It can clearly be seen that Amazon Prime members in the USA spay way more money on Amazon.com that those without a Prime membership. In other words, Amazon Prime isn’t only about streaming, but about an overall shopping experience (which includes streaming) for people who love to shop. And believe me, shopping is an even more popular activity than streaming. And again, if you combine a subscription that lets you both shop and stream, it has a big advantage to the subscription which only lets you stream.

And that is what I have been thinking about since writing the article about the number of Amazon Prime subscribers in the United States yesterday.

Let us take a look at the numbers

To see which streaming provider has most subscribers, let us take a look at the numbers first.

How many people subscribe to Amazon Prime in the USA?

Based on the latest stats, more than 105,000,000 people in the USA have a subscription to Amazon Prime. That is just one crazy number, and after I read it, I had to think about why. It isn’t because of the Amazon original series, that is for sure. They are good, but they aren’t good enough to bring more than 100 million subscribers to the platform. In other words, it has got to do with the shopping opportunities and all the other stuff that comes with the Prime subscription.

More than 105 million people have access to the Prime movies at Amazon.com
More than 105 million people have access to the Prime movies at Amazon.com

Amazon doesn’t gladly give out these numbers, so there is some uncertainty about whether the 105 million number is the amount of global Amazon Prime subscribers or if the number is for the United States. Please take that into consideration before you keep on reading.

How many people subscribe to Netflix in the USA?

Based on numbers from mid-2019, Netflix currently has a bit more than 60,000,000 subscribers in the USA. The total number is 150 million people worldwide, but in the USA, the number is a bit more than 60 million people. As you can see, Amazon Prime doesn’t have twice as many subscribers, but they have 45,000,000 more subscribers than Netflix. That was a number that shocked me, and I have thought a lot about it.

Netflix has more than 60 million subscribers in the USA
Netflix has more than 60 million subscribers in the USA

Why is Amazon Prime more popular than Netflix in the USA?

I don’t really think it’s about popularity, but it is about what people need. And trust me, most of those people with a Netflix subscription probably own an Amazon Prime subscription to. And that is not only because of the streaming but because of the shopping opportunities and the chance to get faster shipping. More and more people do their shopping on Amazon. You can see it by the dash buttons which you can simply press, and an order is placed on Amazon without using any computers or mobile devices. Amazon is everywhere, and Amazon Prime makes it all easier.

There is, of course, a competition between the two providers, but I believe Netflix will never manage to get even close to Amazon Prime. If the latter was all about movies and TV shows, I believe they would lose to Netflix. But, the key to the success of Amazon Prime is that it is so much more than a streaming experience. It is an overall experience that people need to be happy (at least that is what they think).

Considering the fact that there are more than 105 million Amazon Prime subscription in the USA, it is no wonder why so many people come here to amazonprime.fromabroad.org every day to find out how they can stream Amazon Prime content during their time abroad. After all, I believe one can safely say that several hundred thousand Prime members are constantly outside the United States, and as a result, they will see the 4601 error message when they try to stream Amazon Prime content. Luckily, this website is here and here they can all find advice that will help them access Amazon Prime abroad.

In the same way, those 60,000,000 Netflix subscribers in the USA often get sad as they go abroad only to discover that their favorite shows cannot be streamed on Netflix at their present location. That is why I created netflix.fromabroad.org to help them find information on which VPN is worth using if they want to stream Netflix encrypted while accessing the content at other locations than where they are currently at.

When will the amount of Netflix and Amazon Prime subscribers start to decline?

The number of subscribers to both Netflix and Amazon Prime is growing every single day. Based on approximately 10 million new Amazon Prime subscribers in one year, it means that Amazon Prime gets about 27,000 new subscribers every day. Is this ever gonna stop?

I cannot see a decline coming, and even though Netflix has adjusted their prices several times in the last years, the subscribers seem to be faithful to the service. There is, of course, a limit considering the number of people living in the USA and how many of them are actually able to purchase a subscription. But, we are not thereby the limit yet, so I can easily see the growth will continue for some more years. But, stagnation will most likely come, either because of financial trouble or because our environment says stop and we simply cannot live the way we have used to live in the last years.

What do you think? Will both Amazon Prime and Netflix continue their steady growth? For how long do you believe the streaming providers will be able to keep up in the tempo they do now?

Suits season 9 is heating up!

The final season of Suits is currently airing on USA Network. I am watching the new episodes weekly, and to be honest, it hasn’t really been a fantastic season so far. But, as I have just finished episode five (meaning that we are halfway), I have got to say that things are starting to heat up!

Unfortunately, it is impossible to stream Suits season 9 with your Amazon Prime subscription. A month ago, Suits season 8 was added to Amazon Prime, but we still have to wait for almost a year before the final season will be added to Amazon prime (hopefully). As a result, I am not streaming Suits season 9 on Amazon Prime, but instead, I stream Suits season 9 on Netflix. It is really convenient and easy, especially considering how the new episodes are added to Netflix only 24 hours after they have aired in the United States.

Mike Ross gave a little boost to Suits season 9 with his appearance.
Mike Ross gave a little boost to Suits season 9 with his appearance.

What makes Suits season 9 interesting?

There hasn’t been a lot of interesting events taking place in Suits season 9 so far, the way I see it. It almost feels like a really corrupt business, and the new character introduced to us as Faye Richardson is doing her best to clean things up. That ain’t easy, but it hasn’t been very interesting either. It should also be said that a lot of the plots and events have been boring.

But, as the fifth episode got to an end, I sat with the feeling that things are heating up, and I now look really forward to the upcoming episodes.

It is interesting to follow the relationship between Harvey and Donna (even though that seems to be solid and without much conflict), it is always a joy to watch the character of Louis Litt, and then you have the rest of the guys in the office.

As you probably know, Mike Ross also returns to Suits for the final season. He made a guest appearance in the fifth episode of season 9, and the rumors have it that he will return again for the ninth and the tenth episode. Whether or not that is so, I cannot confirm, but let us at least hope! I didn’t really like the way he appeared in the fifth episode, but I was still glad to have him back.

Louis Litt, much younger than he is now (from a scene in Suits season 3)
Louis Litt, much younger than he is now (from a scene in Suits season 3)

How will the Suits story end?

That is a question I do not have an answer to. I could easily imagine some super strange end in which the company shuts down and they all retire from their careers. Or maybe they all end up in prison for some reason? Or maybe they become “nice and clean” lawyers, accepted by Faye, and thus, they will be able to let the business run on as usual? And maybe it will end with Mike returning to work for the company again?

It is impossible to say, but I am more than interested enough to look forward to the upcoming episodes of Suits!

As I mentioned earlier, you cannot stream Suits season 9 on Amazon Prime, but if you want to stream one of the first 8 seasons of the show, follow these instructions to get access to Amazon Prime abroad.

Is Suits on Prime Video?

No, you cannot find Suits on Prime Video. The only way to stream it on Amazon is by owning an Amazon Prime subscription, or by manually buying the episodes or seasons.

The Boys coming to Amazon Prime

One of the most anticipated shows on Amazon.com currently will get to the platform late in July 2019. The Boys is the name of the show, and here we will meet super-heroes not exactly like the ones we are used to meet.

There will be many highlights on Amazon Prime in July and you can see a video presenting many of them right here.

But, the biggest highlight for many is the new Amazon Original series named The Boys. This isn’t a story about the typical boy in the street. Instead, this is a TV series from Amazon in which we meet people with super-skills, but they lack the super-morale that we have seen in similar heroes before. Can you imagine what it would be like if Thor was only interested in his own selfish interests? Or what if Iron Man only used his mind and brilliancy to grow his own empire instead of saving the earth? Well, in The Boys, we meet similar heroes, but without the morale compass known from the super-heroes from Marvel and DC Comics we have learned to love so far.

Above you can see the second trailer of The Boys from YouTube. As you can see, here we have a mixture of action and drama, and some super-heroes I have a very hard time understanding currently. I guess it will all become clearer after watching a couple of episodes, but right now, I simply feel disorientated watching the trailer.

Would you like to know more about what’s coming to Amazon Prime in July? You can find a full list of Prime July arrivals here.

My thoughts about The Boys

I have a feeling that the super-heroes have got to be good in some kind of way. They are uniting forces (as we understand from the trailer), and the only way this show will be watchable is if they are following certain good principles and having good intentions. Who would ever want to watch a series in which the main characters use their skills only for evil? It would be devastating and ugly, so I guess they will have to make their heroes work together for good, no matter how rotten morale they have and how selfish they might be.

I don’t look especially much forward to this series, but I am still curious to find out what people think about it, and whether or not it will become a success or not.

Are you looking forward to The Boys? What do you think about the series based on the trailers? Are you satisfied or do you feel like someone is messing up with you? I find the trailers hard to grasp and understand, but I will still give the series a chance after its release on Amazon Prime in July!

What’s up with the Amazon commercials in Murder Mystery, a Netflix original movie?

Yesterday, I got to watch the movie Murder Mystery on Netflix. It is a brand new Netflix original movie starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston. I have got to admit that I had a great time watching it. That might disturb you or make you judgmental considering me and my feelings about movies, but I don’t really care. I had a great time stream Murder Mystery on Netflix, and the movie gave me some great laughs, especially the very last scene of the movie.

So, I enjoyed the humor and the movie itself. But, one thing that amazed me twice during the movie was the attention that was given to Amazon Gift Cards. In my mind, Amazon and Netflix are major competitors, and that is why Netflix would stay clear away from anything that would give any attention to their dear opponent. So, how come Adam Sandler walks around in a store to buy a present for his wife, only to zoom in on the Amazon Gift card several times, ending up buying one, and then later even discussing the Amazon Gift Card during the dinner at which he plans to hand over the present.

What's up with the Amazon Gift Cards in Murder Mystery on Netflix?
What’s up with the Amazon Gift Cards in Murder Mystery on Netflix?

I haven’t given away and big points of the movie by writing about this (so no worries), but I just remained amazed at this. Aren’t Netflix and Amazon opponents anymore? I don’t really understand this and have no clue as to how come this happened.

How did Amazon end up so clearly in a Netflix original movie?

It just had to be that way to make the joke come true…

You might say that it was just an important part of the movie and that it had to be this way for the intended joke to work out? Maybe that is so, but it still sounds strange to me. However, it might be a part of the freedom given to the director of the movie and the story writer, even though it is a Netflix original creation.

Amazon paid a lot to get featured in the movie…

We all know that companies pay to get featured in TV series and movies. We have often seen the Nintendo featured in The Big Bang Theory, we all know that the talk show host and his guests often will be served drinks where you can see the bottle clearly (working as a commercial) and people drinking a certain kind of bear on a warm summer day before getting into action.

The same might have happened with Murder Mystery on Netflix? Maybe Amazon used this to give their gift card’s some attention to Netflix viewers?

Maybe this was meant as a way to look down on those buying Amazon gift cards?

This is a third option that came to my mind. During the dinner in which the gift card came into discussion, the lady says that she clearly consider Adam Sandler to be the “Amazon Gift Card kind of guy.” That doesn’t exactly come as a compliment, meaning that it was a way of calling him a boring guy with no color or creativity. Was that the intention when they decided

What are your thoughts? Did you like the movie?

Have you seen Murder Mystery on Netflix? Did you like the movie? Why do you think the Amazon Gift Cards were given so much attention in the start of the movie? Was it a coincidence to get the point through, or was this a paid for commercial by Amazon?

I would love to hear your thoughts about this!

Can I stream Murder Mystery on Amazon.com?

You cannot stream the movie on Amazon.com at all currently. Since this is a Netflix original, I do not expect it to come very soon. Half a year ago, Netflix released Birdbox, and this movie still cannot be bought or streamed on Amazon.com, with or without an Amazon Prime subscription.

In other words, you better get yourself a Netflix subscription if you intend to stream this movie online sometime soon!

How to watch Game of Thrones season 8 on Amazon.com?

The first episode of Game of Thrones season 8 broke all records on HBO and enjoyed a stunning amount of 17,5 million viewers only in the USA on live TV on April 14th. But, lots of fans still haven’t seen the first episode (and the rest of the episodes in the season), and maybe you wonder if and how you can watch Game of Thrones season 8 on Amazon.com? Well, here you have the answer!

If you make a quick search for Game of Thrones season 8 on Amazon.com, you will find the chance to buy it on DVD later, Blu-Ray later, and some more options. But, you also notice that there is no such thing as Instant Video purchasing option. It might come later, but currently, the only thing you will find is the chance to subscribe to HBO Now at Amazon.com. What does this mean? This means, that you will have the chance to buy yourself an HBO Now subscription using your Amazon account, at Amazon.com. Now that is actually quite convenient, but there is one thing you have to be aware of before you continue.

Buy an HBO subscription at Amazon.com
Buy an HBO subscription at Amazon.com

If you take a quick look at the image above, you will notice that in order to buy an HBO subscription at Amazon.com, you will first need to have an Amazon Prime subscription. There is no way to avoid this, so if you want to purchase your HBO Now subscription on Amazon.com, you better have your Prime subscription in order first.

If you already have an Amazon Prime subscription, that shouldn’t case you much trouble, but if you don’t, that means you will have to pay 12 USD per month for a Prime subscription, and later 15 USD per month for the HBO subscription.

If you need an Amazon Prime subscription, that is fair and no trouble at all. But, if you do not really want or need the Prime subscription, then that feels quite expensive.

I am watching Game of Thrones season 8 on Amazon.com after paying for my HBO subscription on Amazon.com

I am watching Game of Thrones season 8 on Amazon.com after paying for my HBO subscription on Amazon.com

Is this the easiest way to buy an HBO subscription?

If you are an Amazon user, this for sure feels like a convenient way to buy your HBO subscription as well. But, if you do not have an Amazon Prime subscription, this is throwing 12 USD out of the window every month. There are, luckily, other ways to purchase your HBO Now subscription as well, giving you access to all the stuff you will get signing up for HBO on Amazon, and you can sign up, even if you live outside the USA and do not have an American payment card. How? Check the following article to find out how you can sign up for HBO Now outside the USA!

In a little while you can watch Game of Thrones without an HBO subscription as well!

If you search for Game of Thrones on Amazon, you will see that it is possible to purchase the earlier seasons and episodes one by one. But, for a little while longer, you will need an HBO subscription to watch season 8. But, as the last season is history and people have forgotten about it (more or less), it will turn available as Amazon Instant Videos online, and you can purchase the episodes and seasons manually.

Where are you going to watch Game of Thrones season 8 online?

Will you watch it on HBO after purchasing a subscription on Amazon? Or will you wait for it to arrive normally to Amazon? Or will you just buy an HBO Now subscription? Or maybe you will be a bit more radical and watch Game of Thrones season 8 online on Hotstar in India (a much cheaper version)?

Share your method and let both me and my readers know your plans!

I Can Only Imagine is now on Amazon Prime

Have you ever heard the song I Can Only Imagine? It is the most played Christian song of all time. But, did you know how the song came into being? Have you heard the story behind the lyrics? I Can Only Imagine is the movie about the song and about the person who wrote it.

I Can Only Imagine was added to Amazon Prime on March 8th. That is only 5 days ago, but I am sure lots of people have already exploited this chance to watch it online. It is one of many interesting Christian movies available nowadays, but probably the only one available on Amazon Prime.

Some of the other popular Christian movies that people stream nowadays include the God’s Not Dead (1,2,3), War Room, Courageous, The Shack, and quite a lot of other movies. The Shack was recently added to Netflix, making it very easy to stream it. But, I Can Only Imagine hasn’t come to Netflix, but instead, you can stream the movie on both Amazon Prime and on Hulu.

But, is it worth watching?

I Can Only Imagine on Amazon Prime and Hulu

Should you watch I Can Only Imagine?

I watched it early this morning, and I cried my eyes out watching it. Well, I didn’t cry all the time, but it was sure a movie that touched me in many ways. It is so amazing just to follow the story, to see how families can both be ruined, and later experience forgiveness and love, at least when God gets a chance to enter the family.

If you like the other Christian movies I mentioned earlier in this article, I am sure that you will enjoy I Can Only Imagine as well. This is a movie that is nice for families, it is nice for youth groups, and it is simply a great movie to watch.

The best VPN for Amazon Prime

Are you looking for a way to watch I Can Only Imagine on Amazon Prime abroad? Which is the best VPN if you want to watch Amazon Prime abroad? It is super easy, and I have an entire article on which VPN you should use if you want to watch Amazon Prime abroad. Click the link to find out more about it.

Let me just tell you that you better be careful before you sign up for a VPN. Why? Most VPN providers are blocked by Amazon and will not let you stream I Can Only Imagine on Amazon Prime, so if you sign up for just a random VPN provider, it will probably not work out. So, read the instructions in order to find out how you can watch all your favorite Prime content online!

Would you rather stream I Can Only Imagine on Hulu? Read more about how you can watch Hulu abroad in this article!

I Can Only Imagine trailer

Take a look at the trailer right here.

Aquaman premiere in the USA tomorrow

I have had quite a lot of readers coming to this page in the last days to read more about the Aquaman premiere in the USA on December 15th available to those with an Amazon Prime subscription.

But, I was very surprised to discover that Aquaman actually came earlier to Europe. I actually got to watch Aquaman in the cinema yesterday (on December 13th) as it had its premiere in Hungary then. For a while I felt sad that I didn’t live in the USA, which would have made me eligible for the early Amazon premiere on December 15th, but then I discovered that I get it even faster in Europe (with or without a Prime subscription).

aquaman on Amazon

Would you like to know more about Aquaman and how I liked the movie? Take a look at the Aquaman review on YouTube. If you would rather read it, check out the Aquaman review on Steemit.

You have a lot to look forward to if you plan to watch Aquaman in the cinema. It might not be the best of all superhero movies, but it is still entertaining and a great move in the right direction for DC Comics. After this movie, they now have a great Aquaman that people like, in addition to Wonder Woman.

Have you seen Aquaman? How did you like it?

New on Amazon Prime in November 2018

November might be a boring month, and kids can’t wait for December and Christmas to arrive. But, will there be any content coming to Amazon Prime that will cheer the kids up while waiting for Christmas in November 2018?

It might not be for kids, but a brand new Original Amazon series named Homecoming will be launched in November. It features Julia Roberts and is created by Sam Esneill (the guy behind Mr. Robot). Football fans can rejoice in quite a lot of matches that will be made available on Prime in November, but if you want to watch a great movie, then there isn’t such a wide selection.

Watch Sleepless on Amazon Prime in November 2018
Watch Sleepless on Amazon Prime in November 2018

Kids will be happy about the Holiday version of Creative Galaxy, while adults can look forward to Downsizing with Matt Damon, and to Sleepless, both great movies from 2017

Take a look at the full list of content coming to Amazon Prime in November 2018 right here.

New On Amazon Prime November 2018

November 1:
Thursday Night Football: Oakland Raiders Vs. San Francisco 49ers
21 (2008)
2001 Maniacs (2005)
Alice (2016)
Assault On Precinct 13 (2005)
Candyman: Day Of The Dead (1999)
Child’s Play (1988)
Christmas With The Kranks (2004)
Cruel Intentions (1999)
De-Lovely (2004)
Desperate Hours (1990)
Die Another Day (2002)
Duck, You Sucker (A Fistful Of Dynamite) (1971)
Excalibur (1981)
Guns Of The Magnificent Seven (1969)
Hostel (2005)
Hostel: Part II (2007)
Jacob’s Ladder (1990)
Leaving Las Vegas (1995)
Like Water (2011)
Little Man Tate (1991)
Little Odessa (1994)
Lord Of War (2005)
Made (2001)
Making Contact (Joey) (1985)
Michael Clayton (2007)
Mr. Bean’s Holiday (2007)
Mulholland Falls (1996)
My Girl (1991)
Terms Of Endearment (1983)
The Adventures Of Priscilla, Queen Of The Desert (1994)
The Adventures Of Tintin (2011)
The Birdcage (1996)
The Living Daylights (1987)
The Magnificent Seven Ride! (1972)
The Mexican (2001)
The Motorcycle Diaries (Diarios De Motocicleta) (2004)
The Red Violin (Le Violon Rouge) (1998)
The World Is Not Enough (1999)
Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween (2017)
Weird Science (1985)

November 2:
Homecoming (Prime Original Series), Season 1
Wonder (2017)

November 3:
Kick-Ass (2010)

November 6:
The Durrells In Corfu, Season 3

November 8:
Thursday Night Football: Carolina Panthers Vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

November 9:
Beat (Prime Original Series), Season 1
Little Big Awesome (Prime Original Series), Season 1b
Patriot (Prime Original Series), Season 2

November 10:
The Children Act (2017)

November 15:
Thursday Night Football: Green Bay Packers Vs. Seattle Seahawks
The Expanse, Season 3
Gotti (2018)

November 16:
Gymkhana Files (Prime Original Series), Season 1
Kung Fu Panda: The Paws Of Destiny (Prime Original Series), Season 1a
Coldplay: A Head Full Of Dreams (Prime Exclusive) (2018)

November 17:
McQueen (2018)
Siberia (2018)

November 18:
Condemned (2015)

November 20:
Creative Galaxy: Arty’s Holiday Masterpiece (Prime Original Series), Special
Pete the Cat: A Very Groovy Christmas (Prime Original Series), Special
Little Women, Season 1

November 21:
Box Of Moon Light (1996)
Loving Pablo (2017)

November 22:
Wild Kratts: Creatures Of The Deep Sea (2016)

November 24:
Downsizing (2017)

November 29:
Thursday Night Football: New Orleans Saints Vs. Dallas Cowboys
Harry Brown (2009)

November 30:
Inside Jokes (Prime Original Series), Season 1
Sleepless (2017)

Read more Amazon news here at amazonprime.fromabroad.org.