What’s coming to Amazon Prime Video this week, Aug. 10-14?

6 TV shows and movies are coming to Amazon Prime Video this week

Can you believe we’re into the second week of August already? There are six new additions on Amazon Prime Video this week, including a new Amazon Original.

It’s not always easy to find something to watch on Prime during the week. However, there are some, mostly recently created, movies joining the streamer during the week of Aug. 10 to 14.

Capone, starring Tom Hardy, is one of the notable movies this week. The title says it all, but it’s not your typical Capone movie. This isn’t about him getting started as a mob boss but about his final days. As he suffers from dementia, he relives the tormenting memories of the past. It’s had mixed reviews, but certainly worth watching the once.

Then there’s the upcoming Tamil-language thriller Master. Little is known about the Indian movie. It was supposed to be released in theaters in April but was one of the COVID-19 casualties. It’s now coming straight to SVOD.

For those who love reality TV and enjoy Survivor and The Amazing Race, you’ll want to wait for the end of the week. Amazon’s new original series World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji premieres to the world. It’s a chance for contestants to prove they have what it takes to win the race and be the toughest contestants in the world.

What to watch on Amazon Prime Video: Aug. 10-14

August 10

Movies

  • Capone (2020)
  • Hard Night Falling (2019)
  • Lucky Day (2019)

August 14

Movies

  • Bernie The Dolphin 2 (2019)
  • Master (2017)

Series

  • *World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji  Season 1

What to look forward to

There are still some exciting new releases still to come in August 2020. Here are some of the top picks of the weeks to come:

  • Chemical Hearts – Aug. 21
  • Get Duked – Aug. 28
  • Prime Rewind: Inside the Boys – Aug. 28
  • The Boys Season 2 – Sept. 4

Which TV shows are you excited to see next week? What are you looking forward to coming to Amazon Prime Video in the future? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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