Just before the end of the current month, Amazon has announced which titles can be streamed in the Prime Video subscription at no extra charge starting in November. Especially series fans have much reason to rejoice.
For movie and series fans, a month would probably not be complete without the previews of the popular streaming services. And after Netflix, Disney+ and Co. have already told us which film and series novelties they have up their sleeves in November 2023, Amazon Prime Video is now following suit. Prime subscribers with a penchant for series will get their money’s worth here.
For example, after more than two and a half years, the bloody superhero animated series “Invincible” from the pen of “Walking Dead” creator Robert Kirkman is going into the next round. In terms of exclusive series, there is also a third season of the award-winning “Die Discounter” and the brand new horror comedy “Mandy und die Mächte des Bösen” (Mandy and the Forces of Evil).
With “The Winchesters,” meanwhile, the prequel to the hit fantasy series “Supernatural” is celebrating its German premiere – although it was canceled after only one season. And the icing on the cake is 14 (!) seasons of the comedy cult “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia,” the fifth and penultimate season of the dystopian novel adaptation “The Handmaid’s Tale,” and the terrific sci-fi insider tip “Devs” from “Ex Machina” creator Alex Garland.
And speaking of sci-fi highlights: On the movie front, you can look forward to Tim Burton’s star-studded alien comedy “Mars Attacks!” among others. More recent cinema fare includes Steven Spielberg’s “West Side Story” remake and the series sequel “Downton Abbey II: A New Era. Til Schweiger fans will also get their money’s worth with “Honig im Kopf” and “Die Rettung der uns bekannten Welt. Better film entertainment from Germany, on the other hand, is provided by the hard-to-digest FSK 18 serial killer thriller “Der Goldene Handschuh” and Karoline Herfurth’s tragicomedy “Wunderschön. “