Binge Watch: Here's A List Of Some Of The Shows You Can Watch Back To Back On Amazon Prime Video

Wondering what to binge watch next? We have got you covered.

We have pulled together a full list of series, movies and documentaries now live on Amazon Prime Video, which you can binge watch back to back from across different the genres. There's no need to waste your precious time indoors looking for what to watch next. Thank us later! Here's the list, and start to tick them off one by one:


The Boys: Called “the best superhero show on TV” The Boys is a fun and irreverent take on what happens when superheroes – who are as popular as celebrities – abuse their superpowers rather than use them for good.

Jack Ryan: The series sees much-loved John Krasinski portray agent Ryan who is tasked with going to South America to investigate a far-reaching conspiracy. The investigation leads to the Venezuelan President launching a counter-attack which hits too close to home and triggers a mission that spans the UK, US, Russia and Venezuela.


Modern Love: Inspired by the popular New York Times column of the same name the series explores what love is in all forms – complicated, beautiful and messy. Each episode stands alone with its own story to tell and brings together some of the finest cast in Hollywood such as Dev Patel, Anne Hathaway, John Slattery, Andy Garcia and Julia Garner.

Four Shots Please and Made in Heaven are fan-favourites as they tackle topics such as love, marriage and familial ties against the deep-rooted traditions and beliefs of the Indian culture.


El Corzaon de Sergio Ramos focuses on the meteoric rise of Ramos from his beginnings in Seville through to his leadership of the Spanish national team and the infamous Real Madrid football club.

Death of a Gentleman focuses on the decline of test cricket formats in favour of a shorter and crisper T-20.

Inside Borussia Dortmund, All or Nothing: Manchester City and Take Us Home: Leeds United which allow a closer look into how the players deal with matches, public pressure to perform and the toll exerted on their personal lives by the game.


The Exorcist: Those who loved William Peter Blatty’s novel of the same name would enjoy the modern rendition of The Exorcist. 

Bates Motel: We can’t guarantee no jump scares though! Examine a killer by examining his personal life and relationships in Bates Motelinspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s insanely famous horror film, Psycho. 


Fleabag: Devilishly good and intelligent the show focuses on Waller-Bridge’s character as she tries to navigate love and life in London and deal with grief simultaneously.

House: Rejoice in ill-tempered Dr.House as he solves and saves patients from life-threatening illnesses.



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