Agatha Christie’s The Pale Horse, Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, and more are coming to Amazon Prime this week. Find out everything coming Mar. 9-13.
There is some great new content arriving on Amazon Prime Video this week including Agatha Christie’s The Pale Horse and Jay and Silent Bob Reboot. Plus, the critically acclaimed Uncut Gems starring Adam Sandler as a jeweler with a knack for making high-stakes bets will be available to rent on Mar. 10. You can purchase the movie on Amazon Video already, but on Tuesday you’ll be able to rent it.
On Wednesday, Mar. 11, Amazon Prime will begin streaming the first season of The Test: A New Era for Australia’s Team. The docuseries is about the cheating scandal that rocked the entire Australian Men’s Cricket Team and their efforts to rebuild it and reclaim their status as the top dogs.
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Then, just in time for the weekend, you’ll be able to watch The Pale Horse, which is based on the book of the same name by the prolific mystery writer, Agatha Christie. It begins when a man discovers that his name has been written on a list, amongst others, that was found inside of a dead woman’s shoe.
If you’re a Kevin Smith fan, don’t forget to check out Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, which also streams on Friday. The stoner icons are back when they learn that Hollywood is planning to reboot an old film based on their lives.
Also arriving on Friday is Season 1A of Jessy & Nessy, which is a show perfect for your kids. It follows the adventures of Jessy and her best friend — who happens to be a purple sea monster.
What to look forward to:
- Pet Sematary (2019) – Mar. 19
- Blow the Man Down (2020) – Mar. 20
- I See You (2019) – Mar. 21
What are you planning on watching this week? Is there anything you hope comes to Amazon Prime Video soon? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!