It’s a great weekend to have HBO through Amazon Video Channels. Run, Insecure, and more shows are arriving on Amazon Prime this weekend, Apr. 11-12.
Unfortunately, Amazon Prime is not adding any new content directly to their streaming library this weekend. Although Les Miserables and Rambo: Last Blood were released yesterday to check out. Still, if you have access to Amazon Video Channels, you’ll be able to watch multiple new series.
If you don’t have PBS Masterpiece, Epix, or HBO, and you don’t plan on subscribing or trying a free trial, we recommend checking out Amazon’s latest original series: Tales from the Loop. The pensive sci-fi series is based on art created by the Swedish artist Simon Stålenhag.
It revolves around a strange town and the workers at a place called the Loop, which explores the mysteries of the universe. The entire first season is available to stream free with your Amazon Prime subscription.
More from Amazon
- Will Merry Little Batman come to DVD and Blu-ray?
- Will Your Christmas or Mine 2 come to DVD and Blu-ray?
- The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 3 release updates, cast, and everything we know
- Them Season 2 release updates, cast, and everything we know
- Most sold Amazon books last week: Hungry Caterpillar and more reenter
For those who would rather watch a film, why not check out the 2019 film Les Misérables, inspired by the 2005 Paris riots? The new film follows a transplant to the suburb of Montfermeil as he gets involved in the anti-crime squad.
However, if you do have Amazon Video Channel subscriptions, then you’ll be able to watch several different things this weekend. Two of which include the series premiere of HBO’s new comedy series Run and the highly-anticipated fourth season of Issa Rae’s Insecure.
Run stars Domnhall Gleeson and Merritt Weaver as two college friends who once made a pact that if one of them ever texted the other “RUN,” they would give up everything to meet at Grand Central Station and embark on a new journey together.
It’s a dark comedy thriller that has been favorably compared to Amazon’s Fleabag, which makes sense since Phoebe Waller-Bridge serves as an executive producer.
Other new additions include:
- Baptiste Season 1 (PBS Masterpiece)
- Belgravia Season 1 (Epix)
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!