5 Amazon Prime Shows You Must Watch

So surreal to realize that it is almost the middle of March already. It may be difficult to grasp that, but our well-received weekly Prime Video update is not. We have compiled 5 of the most amazing TV series on Amazon Prime Video, so you’ll have something to watch this weekend.

Upload is the newest addition to our list of the best Prime Video shows. In this season of The Office US, Greg Daniels (Space Force) develops a comedy-drama series. We have seen the entire show, and we can confirm that it is well improved than its precursor, so give yourself plenty of time to enjoy it.

Perhaps something else would be more appealing to you. If that is the case, we would like to recommend one of 4 other shows on our list. There is something for everyone in this article, including classics like Dexter and Prime Video originals like As WE See It. Therefore, do not delay: read up on your favorite show.

For all the oldies, who still love the element of surprise and enjoy waiting for the next episode of their favorite show on TV, no need to cut the cord and go for streaming. And if you are looking for some recommendations on which cable service to go for, try Spectrum. It is highly affordable and is available in most of the states of the USA. Plus, the Spectrum tv channel list is insane. You will find all your favorite channels under one platform.

Anyway, the rest can follow our Amazon Prime video recommendation list.


In Upload, a computer programmer named Nathan Brown played by Robbie Amell, is deceased and mysteriously uploaded into a “virtual afterlife” called Lake View. While Nathan is still technically involved with his live-in girlfriend Ingrid Kannerman played by Allegra Edwards, he is beginning to feel romantically drawn to Nora Antony (Andy Allo).

As Nora and Nathan begin to ask questions about his death, a mystery is slowly revealed. In an intricate game of cat and mouse, their lives become intertwined as Nathan tries to uncover who is accountable for his death.

It may all sound a bit melodramatic and dreary, but fear not: Upload is undoubtedly one of the funniest shows on Prime Video. Greg Daniels, creator of The Office US, helms a multi-genre TV series straddling multiple genres – including drama, comedy, and horror – Upload. It also provides an interesting look into the technology-based future of the real world, metaverse and all.


In this crime play set in Miami, Michael C. Hall plays forensic technician Dexter Morgan, who lives a double life as a vigilante serial killer. When it is the evening, Dexter finds murderers who did not get punished for their wrongdoings from the US justice system. During the day, he works for Miami Metro Police Department.

Streamers can enjoy all eight seasons of the original show, which was well acclaimed and won many awards for its beautifully made horror-esque crime-drama tale. In a nutshell, Dexter wasn’t the best show in the mid-2000s after its fourth season, but early on the show was among the best.

As We See it

The English-language remake of the Israeli drama On The Spectrum tells the story of 3 roommates in their 20s, who are on the autism spectrum.

Harrison played by Albert Rutecki, Violet played by Sue Ann Pien, and Jack played by Rick Glassman navigate many of life’s milestones as they grow up, meet new friends, and go through good and bad times. In As We See It, the trio struggles to find love, hold down jobs, make new friends, and deal with living in a world in which many people do not understand people with autism.

The series has received mostly positive reviews, with many detractors commending its humor, heart, and groundbreaking depiction of those on the autism spectrum. As a result, we would not be surprised if we saw more seasons in the future.

Small Axe

Featuring stories centered on West Indians living in London between the 1960s and 1980s, Small Axe blurs the lines between film and TV.

Steve McQueen directed both films, which starred Letitia Wright as the man accused of harassing a black-owned restaurant by racist police officers, and John Boyega as he trained to become the first black police officer in the London Metropolitan Police. Each of these films, especially Lover’s Rock, are essential viewing, as they depict harrowed images of racial segregation in the UK, a practice that still occurs in some areas today.


The creator of Hunters, David Weil, brings you Solos, a series of stories exploring what it means to be a human being.

The same question has not been asked in TV shows before. Solos tackles this philosophical subject from a sci-fi perspective, focusing on a variety of futuristic themes such as time travel, human cloning, space exploration, and inspecting other people’s memories.

Solos discovers universal themes like fear of the unknown, death, and finding your purpose in life in a humorous but tragic fashion starring Helen Mirren, Morgan Freeman, Anthony Mackie, and Anne Hathaway. Episodes are between 30 minutes or less in length, so it is definitely worth bingeing on a rainy weekend.


Find the perfect show/movie for your weekend can get a little frustrating with the overwhelming number of options out there. Therefore, we have made it easier for you by picking up some of the best ones. We hope you enjoy your time. Happy Streaming!

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