What to watch on Amazon this weekend: Bill and Ted and more

Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves star in BILL & TED FACE THE MUSIC. Photo Credit: Patti Perret / Orion Pictures
Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves star in BILL & TED FACE THE MUSIC. Photo Credit: Patti Perret / Orion Pictures /

The last weekend of February is extremely quiet, but there is something available. Here’s what you can watch on Amazon between Feb. 27 and 28.

Let’s get straight to it. There’s nothing new on Amazon Prime Video throughout the weekend. That’s not surprising. February has seen nothing drop at the weekends, giving subscribers a chance to catch up on movies and TV shows dropped throughout the week.

This is a great time to catch up on The Informer, which dropped on Friday, Feb. 26. You can also catch up on the likes of Tell Me Your SecretsThe Map of Tiny Perfect ThingsGreenland, and much more.

Still not enough to watch? Various Amazon Channels will have you covered.

What to watch on Amazon Channels from Feb. 27 to 28

This weekend sees the first two Bill and Ted movies join HBO on Saturday, Feb. 27. They’re a great way to remember the events of the movies before watching the third movie. Bill & Ted Face the Music isn’t yet available to stream on a platform, but you can get it on Digital on Amazon Video.

The 2017 movie Blade Runner, 2049 dropped on HBO on Friday, Feb. 26. If you love revivals then this is certainly for you.

Need TV shows? STARZ and CBS All Access have you covered. New episodes of American Gods, Men in Kilts, and The Luminaries drop on STARZ on Sunday, Feb. 28. You can also watch a new episode of The Equalizer on CBS All Access (soon to be Paramount+) very soon.

Don’t forget CBS All Access has some great content from earlier in the month. The Stand is now available in full to binge-watch and you can also watch the first episodes of Clarice.

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What will you watch on Amazon this weekend? What are you looking forward to seeing next week? Let us know in the comments below.

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