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It's already proved to be such a hit that it's been renewed for a second season. The Man in the High Castle was one of the first Prime Video Originals and it ran for four seasons, concluding at the end of It's a fantastic-looking show that is based on Philip K.
Dick's novel where in a parallel universe the Nazis won and the changes this makes to the world. By the end of the show it deviates from the book but it's well worth going the distance.
If you're a fan of Neil Gaiman's work, you're in for a real treat with an Amazon Prime subscription. Now not only can you enjoy American Gods, but Good Omens too.
Both TV shows make our list because they're prime examples of deliciously addictive storytelling, rich characters and mind-bending fantasy.
Neil Gaiman played a bigger part in the development of Good Omens, but that doesn't mean American Gods isn't a dark and binge-worthy series with some trulyexcellent performances.
How wrong we were. Preacher has its fair share of mayhem, bloody violence and acerbic comedy, but it also has a strong message about religion and asks some serious questions about, and to, god.
This is a mini series and plays out like a sumptuous Bond movie. What started off as a spin-off of the successful child assassin movie has mutated into something far better.
This is a great show that reveals just what you can do when you allow a premise and characters time to breath. Esme Creed-Miles daughter of Samantha Morton is the titular teenage assassin.
The show has been commissioned for a third season which is good news, given how much the scope changes in the second season.
You can't go wrong withe seeing Simon Pegg and Nick Frost on the small screen together. It's been some 20 years since Spaced! Pegg's not in it much but when he does turn up it's welcomed and Frost is fantastic as the main thrust of the show.
The sumptuous show stars Reece Witherspoon as a housewife in the 90s who has swapped her career as a journalist. On the surface everything looks perfect but the addition of a new mother and daughter to the neighbourhood shifts this narrative.
Witherspoon is fantastic, as is Kerry Washington and Joshua Jackson. This feels like a show that will end after the first season and it's all the better for it.
Six seasons of Marvel's Agents of S. While it takes a few seasons to find its feet, the tale of the those behind the bigger superheroes is well worth a watch.
The seventh and final season is currently airing elsewhere. It's a great premise - each painting is like a jumping off point for an episode, a glimpse into a bigger narrative.
It's a lot of fun - a time-travelling series that has hints of Twin Peaks and its big streaming rival's hit show Stranger Things.
After the brilliance of Bojack Horseman for Netflix, creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg headed to Amazon for Undone, an animated show that uses rotoscoping to create its unique look.
Undone tackles some of the same themes of Bojack, albeit in a much more dramatic way - its trippy visuals give the whole thing an unreal feel and the likes of Bob Odenkirk, Daveed Diggs and Rosa Salazar star.
Those craving a Twin Peaks sized hole will love Homecoming. The show centres on the Geist Group, a wellness company that has rather unorthodox methods of making people better.
And, as you can imagine, all is not what it seems. There is a lot of fun to be had in this James Bond-lite tale of a teenager who joins MI6.
There are some 14 novels to take material from and this series is focused on the second book - it's a lot of fun, with star turns from Otto Farrant.
It's a little gadget lite compared to the books but there's a huge amount of action and boys' own adventure. Amazon couldn't have chosen a better season to document with its latest iteration of All or Nothing.
While the first one was based on Man City and saw them win the title, this one is about Spurs. They didn't win anything this year, but that's not the point: this was a season hit by Covid, a season where Mourinho was given the manager's job.
In short: it was a season like no other and this is a riveting behind-the-scenes look at everything that went on.
The 80s is a TV gold mine. Stranger Things used the era of Walkmans and shell suits as a backdrop for some crazy stuff.
Red Oaks tempers the craziness but ramps up the warmth and fun, creating a wonderful coming-of-age story that needs to be seen.
Known more for his ultraviolent movies, such as Drive and Only God Forgives, his foray into television is superb as it is brutal.
Although Refn prefers to think of Too Old To Die Young as an extended movie, it's been broken down into 12 manageable 'episodes', following a cop played by Miles Teller who goes on something of a revenge spree, ridding the world of some very unsavoury characters.
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Infographics on the topic Amazon Prime costs compared to its value. In this surreal psychological thriller based on characters from the best-selling Thomas Harris novels, FBI profiler Will Graham Hugh Dancy struggles to catch serial killers while teetering on the edge of a mental breakdown.
Unbeknownst to him, his therapist, Dr. Hannibal Lecter Mads Mikkelsen , is himself a serial killer with dark designs for Will. As their friendship deepens, Will finds himself at the center of a symphony of violence.
Created by: Bryan Fuller Cast: Hugh Dancy, Mads Mikkelsen, Laurence Fishburne Number of seasons: 3. In its funnier moments — such as the intro, which is an elegant, extended soliloquy ending in a sudden smack of a sex joke — it is one of the sharpest comedies around season 2 won the Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series , but underneath it all runs a current of sadness.
Selfish, wanton, and a compulsive liar, she fits in with the various antiheroes that have become popular on television. Created by: Phoebe Waller-Bridge Cast: Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Ben Aldridge, Sian Clifford Number of seasons: 2.
Streaming services are flooded with various medical shows, but none quite like this comedy-drama that takes a far more comedic look at the life of medical interns eventually doctors , nurses, hospital administrators, and even the hilarious hospital janitor.
Created by : Bill Lawrence Cast: Zach Braff, Sarah Chalke, Donald Faison, Neil Flynn, Ken Jenkins, John C. McGinley, Judy Reyes, Eliza Coupe, Kerry Bishe, Michael Mosley, Dave Franco Number of seasons : 9.
In this critically acclaimed Canadian series, a young woman named Sarah Tatiana Maslany has a chance encounter with a woman who looks just like her.
This sets Sarah down a path to discovering that she is one of several clones who have been created as part of an ongoing experiment.
Soon, she is at odds with the corporation that created her, and a mysterious organization that wants to get rid of her.
And Maslany does a beautifully captivating job of playing several clones, each of whom has very a distinct personality, mannerisms, and style. Her performance alone, which earned her a Primetime Emmy Award in , is worth watching, with the fascinating story surrounding it as icing on the cake.
Created by: Graeme Manson, John Fawcett Cast: Tatiana Maslany, Jordan Gavaris, Dylan Bruce Number of seasons: 5.
And there are a dozen seasons to get through. As is typical of the genre, each episode deals with a new FBI case file involving human remains and the special agent who works alongside a forensic anthropologist to try and solve it.
Stories also delve into the personal lives of the main characters. Created by: Hart Hanson Cast : Emily Deschanel, David Boreanaz, Michaela Conlin, Eric Millegan, T.
Thyne, Jonathan Adams, Tamara Taylor Numbers of seasons: Of all the superhero movies and TV shows out there, none of them are quite like The Boys , a dark, depraved deconstruction of super-powered heroes and villains.
As grim and shockingly violent as it is clever, the series is set in a world in which superpowers, corporate greed, and media consolidation have bled together to create a particularly frightening form of corruption.
The audience sees it all through the eyes of Hughie, an average guy whose chance encounter with a superhero changes his life forever.
Created by: Garth Ennis, Darick Robertson, Eric Kripke Cast: Jack Quaid, Elisabeth Shue, Jessie T. Usher, Karl Urban, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty Number of seasons: 2.
The series is adapted from the British series of the same name, and along with its talented core cast, it also features Rainn Wilson, John Cusack, and Sasha Lane in featured roles.
Created by: Gillian Flynn Cast: John Cusack, Ashleigh LaThrop, Dan Byrd, Desmin Borges, Christopher Denham, Javon Walton, Cory Michael Smith, Rainn Wilson, Sasha Lane Number of seasons: 1.
Created by: Neil Cross Cast: Idris Elba, Ruth Wilson Number of seasons: 5. Consumer tech clerk Chuck Bartowski suddenly finds himself at the center of an international battle between rival spy organizations in this series that aired on NBC for five seasons and starred Zachary Levi and Yvonne Strahovski.
His predicament soon finds him paired with CIA agent Sarah Walker Strahovski , who must work with Bartowski to use the information in his head and somehow keep him alive while doing so.
Created by: Josh Schwartz, Chris Fedak Cast: Zachary Levi, Yvonne Strahovski Number of seasons: 5. Rowan Atkinson drags audiences along on an adventure in ineptitude in this British sitcom created by Atkinson and Richard Curtis.
Bean Atkinson as he throws the most mundane tasks into chaos, pinballing from one scenario to the next as he goes about his day. Duncan Joiner and Rebecca Hall star in this drama that aims to make the science fiction appear more real-life than ever.
Created by: Nathaniel Halpern Cast: Duncan Joiner, Rebecca Williams Number of seasons: 1. The Man in the High Castle, based on Philip K.
The show follows a few different characters living in different regions as they try to endure the occupation and simultaneously investigate a mysterious film reel that depicts an alternate universe where the Allies actually won the war.
Dick was a true visionary author, and The Man in the High Castle captures the otherworldly, authoritarian nature of the world he imagined.
Rich with intrigue and superb direction, The Man in the High Castle is an exciting thriller. The recent stop-motion title is based on the short film Miro and aimed at preschool-aged children, though it remains charming enough to entertain adults who want to further engage with their children.
Each episode follows Fig the Fox Christopher Downs and his science-centric escapades around the whimsical world of Tumble Leaf, a woodland locale laced with a melange of quirky creatures with whom Fig is friends.
Together, the humanoid creatures discover how reflections, shadows, and other facets of our natural world work, examining the value of friendship and kindness as they do so.
The scenery is as vibrant and colorful as are the characters, rendering it both eye candy and a conversation starter. Created by: Drew Hodges Cast: Christopher Downs, Zac McDowell, Alex Trugman Number of seasons: 4.
The series currently encompasses three seasons and a feature-length film, Dino Dana: The Movie , released in September.
Created by: J. Johnson Cast: Michela Luci, Saara Chaudry, Nicola Correia-Damude, Amish Patel Number of seasons: 3. The series follows various residents of New York City as they deal with the trials and tribulations of finding romance and keeping it alive in the modern era.
The series was renewed for a second season by Amazon. The first season of the critically acclaimed series has Bosch standing trial for the killing of a serial murder suspect while simultaneously confronting his past when a cold case involving a missing boy suddenly heats up again.
Giovanni Ribisi stars as Marius, an ex-con who is so desperate to escape his former life that he borrows the name of his cellmate, Pete.
Pete's family hasn't seen their long-lost Pete in some time, so Marius moves in with them and passes himself off, even landing a job at the family bail bond firm.
Marius must use all his con-man skills to stop the family from discovering his secret, try to score some cash, make it to his parole meeting on time, and take down a brutal gangster named Vince Bryan Cranston.
Any crime-drama show that features Cranston is inevitably going to be compared to Breaking Bad , but Cranston—who co-created Sneaky Pete with David Shore—clearly and definitively sets the two shows apart, giving this one a more playful, darkly comic bent.
Although as it builds to its climax, it gets more and more appropriately tense. The cast is terrific, but Margo Martindale is a standout as Pete's grandmother, who runs the store with some serious moxie, and isn't afraid of some field work.
Season Two launched this past March. Susie Alex Borstein, left and Midge Rachel Brosnahan study the art of stand-up comedy in The Marvelous Mrs.
Created by Amy Sherman-Palladino, that Dorothy Parker fan who gave that snappy patter to the Gilmore Girls , The Marvelous Mrs.
Maisel is a period comedy set during the late s in New York City, the comedy era of Lenny Bruce. Housewife Midge Maisel Rachel Brosnahan supports her husband in every way possible; she even wakes up early to prepare her makeup so that he doesn't ever see her without it.
She also attends his pathetic attempts at stand-up comedy and takes notes for him. But the couple eventually splits and Midge finds she has her own flair for comedy, noticed even by Bruce Luke Kirby.
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Red Oaks 4. Patriot 3. One Mississippi 2. Sneaky Pete 1. The Marvelous Mrs.