5 new additions to Amazon Prime Video this week: Sept. 14-18

Will Smith in Gemini Man from Paramount Pictures, Skydance and Jerry Bruckheimer Films.
Will Smith in Gemini Man from Paramount Pictures, Skydance and Jerry Bruckheimer Films. /

Gemini Man is one of the new titles on Amazon Prime Video this week

It’s been a quiet week on Amazon Prime Video, but the streamer is making up for it this week. There are five new titles joining Prime between Sept. 14 to 18.

Two of them are new episodes of current titles. We’ll get a new episode of The Boys Season 2, and that means a new episode of Prime Rewind: Inside The Boys. Episode 5 will give us a look at what Stormfront’s real plan is when it comes to Supes in the Army. Hint: it’s not good.

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Other new content arriving this week on Amazon Prime Video

The three other titles are all new on Amazon Prime Video. The first is on Sept. 16 with the arrival of the movie Blackbird.

Susan Sarandon stars as a mother with a terminal illness. Her dying wish is to get her family together for one last time, but it’s not as easy as it sounds. Not is it necessarily going to be peaceful. Will her children do as they’re asked one last time?

Then there’s Gemini Man starring Will Smith. The movie includes a CGI’d version of Smith to bring in a younger clone. The only person better than him is himself, but doesn’t that work both ways?

Finally, it’s all about the Amazon Original All In: The Fight for Democracy. This is a must-watch documentary movie to look at voter suppression and the attack on democracy. It will make you want to vote in the November election.

What’s still to come on Amazon Prime Video

Not sure what else to watch on Amazon Prime Video? Here are some upcoming titles throughout September that you’ll want to keep a close eye on.

  • The Addams Family (2019) — Sept. 22
  • Judy (2019) — Sept. 25
  • *Utopia Season 1 — Sept. 25

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What are you watching on Amazon Prime Video this week? Let us know in the comments below.

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