Amazon adds Grantchester Season 4 and more to its catalog this week. Find out what else is coming to Amazon Prime Video between Feb. 24 and 28.
Since February is winding down, Amazon isn’t adding quite as much new content to its catalog this week. Now is the perfect time to catch up on the brand new Amazon Original series, Hunters, starring Al Pacino and Logan Lerman.
But if you’d rather find something else to watch, at least two new offerings are arriving on the streaming service on the week of Feb. 24-28. The 2018 film, Run the Race, and the complete fourth season of Grantchester will begin streaming on the same day, Feb. 25.
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Run the Race is a touching family drama about two brothers’ dream to get out of town by earning a college scholarship. When the star athlete of the two receives a severe injury, it will be up to his brother to pick up the slack and propel them forward to victory: Tanner Stine, Evan Hofer, and Kristoffer Polaha star.
Grantchester, the British suspense drama about an unorthodox crime-solving duo, returns for a fourth season on Amazon Prime Video this week. The fourth season kicks off with Sidney Chambers struggling to find his footing, and Will Davenport is elected as the new Vicar of Grantchester.
The opening episode of the fourth season starts with a civil rights movement and a murder that leads to the rise of racial tensions. Grantchester Season 4 is already available if you have a PBS Masterpiece subscription, but if not, you will only have to wait until Tuesday to watch all seven episodes for free.
What to look forward to:
- The Descent (2006) – Mar. 1
- Patrick Melrose Season 1 – Mar. 1
- Kung Fu Panda (2008) – Mar. 1
What are you planning on watching this week? Is there anything you hope comes to Prime Video soon? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!