Two new Amazon Originals are streaming, Alex Rider and James May: Oh Cook
Get ready for a weekend packed with good TV. Two new Amazon Originals are now streaming on Amazon Prime Video. You can watch Alex Rider and James May: Oh Cook.
Alex Rider is actually an IMDb TV Original. Of course, IMDb TV is owned by Amazon, so it counts for us! It’s not a series you’ll want to miss.
As for James May: Oh Cook, this is purely an Amazon Original that is excellent for those who get frustrated by traditional cooking programs because they’re not quite realistic for the average kitchen.
All eight episodes of Alex Rider are now on Amazon Prime Video
First, let’s look at the series fans of the Anthony Horowitz books have been waiting for. Some Alex Rider fans will have been apprehensive, but I can say that the majority of you will love the new series. It has Horowitz’s backing 100%, and he even loves the characters more fleshed out or added into the TV series.
The show follows the second book Point Blanc for the most part. After all, there’s already a Stormbreaker movie.
When Alex’s uncle is killed, Alex starts to learn a range of secrets that will have a direct effect on his own future. Now he needs to go undercover at a boarding school to figure out what really happened to his uncle, and he’ll make a few new friends (and possibly enemies) along the way.
Watch all of James May: Oh Cook
Looking for a dose of reality programming? James May: Oh Cook is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
This is one of those series for people fed up of unrealistic expectations of the average kitchen. How often do programs include ingredients that we just wouldn’t usually have or get us to use a piece of equipment that is more than likely not going to be in our kitchen if we’re just getting started?
James May solves our problems with Oh Cook. He travels the world looking at all the different dishes and finds a way to make them with what we probably already have on hand. One of the episodes includes curry from scratch that is certainly not more hassle than its worth.
James May: Oh Cook and Alex Rider are now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.