Black Monday and more to watch on Amazon Prime this weekend: Mar. 14-15

Black Monday arrives on Amazon Prime this weekend, along with the Westworld Season 3 premiere. Find out everything coming Mar. 14-15.

With everything going on in the world, now is as good a time as any to keep yourself indoors. The following list tells you what’s arriving on Amazon Prime this weekend, between Mar. 14 and 15. The entire first season of Black Monday will stream on Prime Video and the premiere of Westworld will be available to watch if you’re subscribed to HBO through Amazon Video Channels.

Black Monday is a black comedy series from Showtime that stars Don Cheadle and Regina Hall. The series takes place during the infamous stock market on Wall Street that became known as Black Monday, which occurred on October 19, 1987. To this day, people still don’t know what caused it.

The show centers on a group of employees at a second-tier trading firm called The Jammer Group and it has a mystery at its center. It’s a fun show to watch and the acting is fantastic. If you were subscribed to Showtime through Amazon Video Channels you could already watch it but now anyone with Amazon Prime will be able to.

Speaking of the channels, if you sign up for HBO, you’ll be able to catch the highly-anticipated Season 3 premiere of Westworld on Sunday night. Find out what mysterious role Aaron Paul will play in the new season and where the show will go after the craziness of season two. The premiere episode kicks off with Dolores in a neo-Los Angeles as she begins to understand how artificial beings are treated by people in the real world.

Watch Westworld on HBO with a FREE 7-day trial of Amazon Channels!

What to look forward to:

  • Pet Sematary (2019) – Mar. 19
  • Blow the Man Down (2020) – Mar. 20
  • I See You (2019) – Mar. 21
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What are you planning on watching on Amazon Prime this weekend? Is there anything you hope comes to Prime Video soon? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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