What’s coming to Amazon Prime next week: Jack Ryan, One Dollar and more

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Next week is the week that you’ve been waiting for. Amazon Prime Video is releasing its latest Prime Original, Jack Ryan. What else is dropping next week?

Finally, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan is dropping on Amazon Prime Video. The Prime Original has been highly anticipated and Amazon has seriously racked up its promo to make sure people know about the series.

However, there’s much more coming to Amazon Prime next week. Whether you’re looking for something included in your current membership or you’re intrigued at what the Amazon Channels subscriptions have to offer, here’s all you need to know about what’s streaming during the week.

HBO releases The Shop Season 1

HBO is dropping its unscripted series The Shop on Aug. 28. LeBron James is joined by Snoop Dogg, Candace Parker, Maverick Carter, and many other African American sports stars, musicians, and more in a barbershop. Get it? The (Barber)Shop!

They discuss a number of topics that will resonate with many, including color of the skin, raising children, and respect.

The series premieres on Aug. 28 at 11/10c on HBO and you can catch the first episode on your HBO Amazon Channels subscription. You’ll then get weekly episodes.

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CBS All Access has One Dollar Season 1

The next drop of the week is on Thursday and it’s all about the CBS All Access Amazon Channels subscription. This is the subscription that recently offered the lower-priced plan. While it has limited ads, it’s going to be more budget friendly for many.

You’ll be able to catch One Dollar which premieres its first season on Aug. 30.  A small rust-belt town in post-recession America is thrown into turmoil when a mystery appears. Just a single one-dollar bill connects a group of characters who would otherwise never meet and the cultural divides among the town are made deeper.

Those who love mysteries will certainly enjoy this just based on the promo below.

Acorn TV brings A Place to Call Home

August 31 will see the U.S. release of A Place to Call Home Season 6. The period drama is known as Australia’s Downton Abbey and stars Craig Hall, Sara Wiseman, David Berry and more. We’ve watched the twists and turns over the years and now it’s time to say goodbye.

Yes, this is the sixth and final season of the drama. When the show started production, the announcement came that it would be the end. At least we know the story should be fully wrapped.

You can get Acorn TV through Amazon Channels.

Amazon Prime Video on August 31

If you want something that’s included in your Amazon Prime Membership, then it’s all about Aug. 31. The last day of the month has the one item you’ve been waiting for all month. Before we get to that, there are three other shows worth mentioning.

More from TV on Amazon

The first season of Hangar 1: The UFO Files is dropping its first season. This American documentary takes yu through all the debates that have been had over the last 50 years or so about extraterrestrial life. It’s a look inside the files and documents that have been gathered, showing the collection of clues and evidence that UFOs are real.

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If you love unscripted shows, Billy the Exterminator Season 1 will also be available on Aug. 31. Visit Louisiana, where Billy Bretherton runs a pest-control business. While there are plenty of others, Billy is willing to take on any type of animal out there, including the giant snakes. The show takes you through some of the most unpredictable demands of the business and the strangest animals he’s removed from homes.

Tori Spelling fans will be happy, as True Tori Seasons 1 and 2 will also be available on Amazon Prime Video. It’s a very public look at the marriage of Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott, showcasing the highs and the lows. The original episodes aired just weeks after episodes aired, giving them a further sense of reality.

And I can’t hold back any longer. Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan starring John Krasinski and Wendell Pierce will drop its very first season. This is one of the most highly anticipated shows of the year, especially when it comes to streaming. The first trailer dropped at the Super Bowl and we’re only just getting the series now.

There’s been plenty of promotional footage over the last month. Now it’s finally time to see if it can really live up to the hype.

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What are you watching this week on Amazon Prime Video? Are you getting an Amazon Channels subscription for an upcoming series? Share your thoughts in the comments below.