Shameless series finale and more streaming on Amazon this weekend

William H. Macy as Frank Gallagher in SHAMELESS, “Cancelled”. Photo Credit: Paul Sarkis/SHOWTIME.
William H. Macy as Frank Gallagher in SHAMELESS, “Cancelled”. Photo Credit: Paul Sarkis/SHOWTIME. /

While there is very little streaming on Amazon Prime Video and IMDb TV this weekend, we can turn to Amazon Channels for Shameless, The Nevers, and more.

There’s nothing new on Amazon Prime Video throughout the weekend of April 10 and 11, 2021. However, Them: Covenant did drop on the streamer today, so you’ve got that to work through during the weekend.

There’s also a new episode of Invincible available to stream. If you haven’t watched the show yet, this marks the fifth out of eight episodes of this entertaining and gory animated superhero series.

For those with IMDb TV, there is one movie to check out on Saturday, April 10. G.I. Joe: Retaliation is available to stream on the free service.

What’s streaming on Amazon Channels this weekend

Once again, it’s all about the Amazon Channels add-ons throughout the weekend. There is a lot of interesting content arriving, with most of it coming on Sunday, April 11.

The first is the Shameless series finale. We say goodbye to the Gallaghers on SHOWTIME. Don’t worry; you can watch all 11 seasons. Make this weekend a binge-watch, even if it’s just the most recent season due to time. Then after the finale, start the series from the beginning again.

Another potential series finale is Men in Kilts. It’s technically the Season 1 finale, but the docuseries hasn’t been renewed by STARZ just yet. Hopefully, there’s some good news to come after this last episode taking us into the history of Scotland.

Then there’s HBO, which has the 2020 movie The New Mutants coming on Saturday, April 10. The big release is on Sunday, though. The Nevers premieres, giving Laura Donnelly a much-deserved leading role.

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What are you streaming on Amazon this weekend? What are you looking forward to throughout April? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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