21 Must Watch Shows On Amazon Prime Video in 2020
Amazon Prime Video promises you as many TV shows as you’d love to have in one lifetime. However, like any dutiful streamer, the main concern always rises when you have to choose what to watch. To make your life and streaming process easier, here’s the list of 21 shows that you must watch ASAP if you haven’t already.
Watch the show for Al-Pacino’s incredible acting and the uncomfortable truth camouflaged in layers of comedy. The Tarantino-style drama follows Pacino’s led group of Nazi hunters who tracks and kills Nazis who escaped in the 1970s.
Are superheroes with inhuman powers good? What if they are not certified monsters but, still do not have the greatest of interest for us? That’s the case with ‘The Boys’ and its heroes who are nothing but corporate pawns with capitalist intentions.
RaPaul’s Drag Race
If you are a reality show fanatic, then nothing can satiate you like a good dose of RaPaul’s Drag Race. It’s a mix of ‘America’s Next Top Model’, ‘Project Runway’, and ‘American Idol’. The talented drag queens are sure to win your heart with their sheer talent and quirks.
A Very English Scandal
Hugh Grant and Ben Whishaw are creating magic together in this noir-style miniseries. The show is based on true crime that revolves around the Thorpe affair and the sex-scandal that shook the U.K. political dynamics.
Tales from The Loop
If you are a science-fiction buff, then ‘Tales from the Loop’ is the show for you. The series is created by the Swedish talent, Simon Stalenhag, and revolves around a fictional town of Ohio. The underground facility is the hub to scientific researchers and something more sinister.
Lorena Bobbitt became the living nightmare for every American husband after the news surfaced that she sliced off her husband’s private part. The series, however, sits down with the woman and knows her side of the story that involves torture, rape, and more heinous crimes of her husband.
During the ongoing election period, if you are looking for something realistically political, have a go at Veep. It follows Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Selina Meyer as Vice President of the U.S.A.
Good Omens is the series based on the novel by the same name, authored by Neil Gaiman. The series is about the battle of good and evil and stars Michael Sheen and David Tennant.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
With the Emmys almost here, now would be a good time to binge-watch this empowering series if you haven’t already. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is about Midge Maisel, played by Rachel Brosnahan. She’s a fierce and unfiltered woman, making it on her own terms in the 1950s.
If you haven’t watched a good dark-comedy in ages, then we suggest you binge watch Fleabag ASAP. Phoebe Waller-Bridge has outdone herself as a twisted, angst-filled, confused, horny, lovable, and sometimes lost woman.
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan
If you have crushed over him as lovable Jim Halpert, you are surely going to go crazy watching John Krasinski play a CIA analyst. A dangerous game of run and chase with the government is about to begin.
Sex And The City
Can we ever get over this classic, or over Carrie Bradshaw and Samantha? Well, we don’t think so. A perfect binge for any day that features Carrie, Miranda, Samantha, and Charlotte exploring sex, and the city.
Dr. Gregory House can often be considered as a pathological narcissist and well… ill-mannered.. but, he’s what we call a medical-science genius. You can miss a lot of things but, not his unusual ways.
A psycho-drama performed brilliantly by none other than Julia Roberts. Her work at the facility called ‘Homecoming’ was going smoothly until the Department of Defense gets involved. Things take a bitter turn and soon, everything turns into a nightmare.
Another reality show unlike any other reality show you’ll ever watch! Follow Harrison family and their one of a kind pawn shop!
This is one of those shows that everyone tells you about and when you watch it, there’s no going back. Keri Russell and Mathew Rhys look ordinary American couple as the Jennings. However, they are Russian spies sent to America during the Cold War I. Also, this one had 18 Emmy nominations.
Man In The High Castle
What would have happened if the fate of World War II had changed? The show is about an alter-reality where the Allied Powers lost, making America a slave of Japanese and German power.
Mad Men is undoubtedly one of the greatest shows of all time that you must not miss. Don Draper, and his creative work at the top ad firm of the 60s is sure to give you the glimpse of everything wrong in the era. What’s striking is, how little things have really changed deep down.
What started as an adventure drama, soon turned into science-fiction. Oceanic Flight 815 has crashed and the survivors can either live together or die separately. Full of twists and turns, the show keeps you on the hook throughout.
Another period drama like ‘Game of Thrones’ but nowhere near it. The show is about Ragnar Lothbrok, a farmer, who after his own traumatic and adventurous journey, becomes a warrior. The series boasts of terrific story-line, great graphics and amazing acting along with brutal bloodshed, of course.
Rami Malek aces his role as Elliott Anderson, a computer geek and protege, who joins Mr. Robot to save the nation from becoming corporate slave. The show will give you the right fix of thriller and paranoia with all the hacking, digital age games, and more.