What’s streaming on Amazon this weekend: The Nevers and more

The Nevers -- Courtesy of HBO Max
The Nevers -- Courtesy of HBO Max /

The weekend is a good time to binge-watch TV shows and catch up on movies. What’s streaming on Amazon throughout the weekend? Here’s a look.

It’s another quiet weekend when it comes to Amazon Prime Video. There is a new episode of Invincible on Friday, April 23. There’s also a selection of movies that dropped throughout the week, offering a great time to catch up on them.

But what about when you want something new during the actual weekend? Amazon is likely playing things safe. This weekend is going to be all about Netflix with Shadow and Bone, but that doesn’t mean everything is completely silent.

This is a good weekend to have a couple of the Amazon Channels. HBO and STARZ both have new content arriving between April 24 and 25, 2021.

What’s streaming on Amazon Channels this weekend?

HBO kicks things off on Saturday, April 24. The 2006 movie Dreamgirls is arriving. Jennifer Hudson, Beyoncé, Jamie Foxx, and Eddie Murphy star in this movie based on the Broadway production of the same name.

While watching three women at a show, Curtis realizes they have a special talent. He makes it his mission to get them the stardom they deserve. One of the women is attracted to Curtis, but he ends up cutting her from the band, leaving her heartbroken.

You can also watch new episode of The Nevers and Mare of Easttown on HBO on Sunday, April 25.

As for STARZ, there are new episodes of Confronting a Serial Killer and The Gloaming airing on Sunday, April 25. If you’re looking for a movie to watch, The Leisure Seeker arrives on the same day. Donald Sutherland and Helen Mirren star as John and Ella Spencer. They decide to head to the Hemingway House in Florida for one last trip before their fatal illnesses consume them.

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What are you streaming on Amazon this weekend? What are you looking forward to in May 2021? Let us know in the comments below.

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