Now streaming on Amazon Prime Video: Carnival Row

The highly-anticipated new Amazon Original series, Carnival Row, is officially available for you to stream right now on Amazon Prime Video!

It’s finally here! After months of anticipation, the neo-noir fantasy series starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne is now available to binge-watch on Amazon Prime Video. Carnival Row has ranked highly as one of the most-anticipated new shows for the month of August, so time to start watching!

Some of you may have even begun your Carnival Row binge already if you stayed up last night to check for the second it became available. Who could blame you? The series sounds phenomenal.

If you’re a fan of dark mysteries and fantasy, then Carnival Row is the perfect pairing of the two. The series focuses on the titular location of Carnival Row, a place where many supernatural creatures, such as faeries, live in fear of being exiled and killed on a regular basis.

Bloom plays Rycroft Philostrate, who has a peculiar relationship with Delevingne’s Vignette Stonemoss (with a name like that, she could only be a fairy). A string of murders in the area has left everyone on edge. Tensions are already mounting due to the struggle between supernatural immigrants and the regular citizens of the town.

Will Philostrate be able to solve the murders? Will his former relationship with Vignette put her life at risk? Find out for yourself by watching the show! As it is only eight episodes, it shouldn’t take you very long to speed on through it. Plus, it is already renewed for a second season, so no need to fret about unanswered cliffhangers!

Aside from Bloom and Delevingne, the series also stars David Gyasi, Karla Crome, Indira Varma, Tamzin Merchant, Andrew Gower, and Scott Reid.

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Are you planning to watch Carnival Row this weekend? What other Amazon Originals are you looking forward to? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

All eight episodes of Carnival Row are now available to stream on Amazon Prime Video.

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