50 best TV shows on Amazon Prime Video: World’s Toughest Race and more joins the list

The Boys after-show and more are on the list of best TV shows on Amazon Prime Video

There have certainly been some excellent TV shows and movies joining Amazon Prime Video throughout August 2020. We promised a number of them would join our list of 50 best TV shows on Amazon Prime Video, and now all three have.

The Fosters, World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji, and Prime Rewind: Inside The Boys are all on the list. Check out where they have made it right now, along with 47 other TV shows that are certainly worth watching right now.

Why do they all belong on the list? Let’s quickly break it down.

The Fosters Seasons 1-5

All five seasons of The Fosters joined Amazon Prime Video the day after leaving Netflix. It’s certainly something to watch for those who love life drama, including all the ups and downs life brings.

The series focuses on Stef Foster and her life partner Lena Adams. Of course, that includes their growing family, which means plenty of happiness, sadness, love, complications, and more.

It’s an inclusive and supportive series, drawing fans in because of this. At the same time, it’s well-written and realistic, offering inspirational storylines.

World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji

There aren’t many unscripted Amazon Originals available. There definitely aren’t those that are like SurvivorThe Amazing Race, and other popular broadcast shows. Amazon found a way into the genre with World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji.

This isn’t just a normal unscripted show. It offers a look at teamwork, with people from all walks of life competing. They need to get through everything together if they want to stay on for the next challenge.

Prime Rewind: Inside The Boys

If you love The Boys, you need to check out the new after-show. Only one episode is available right now, but there will be new episodes each week after the new episodes of The Boys Season 2 air.

This is a deeper dive into the series, talking to the EPs and cast about various moments, roles, and storylines. In the first episode, there’s even a discussion about the scene with The Deep and the dolphin—and not the moment the dolphin flies through the windscreen!

It’s an excellent chance to hear what the actors think about their characters and actions. There’s a chance to hear how showrunner Eric Kripke responds to criticism and praise.

What are you watching on Amazon Prime Video right now? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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