What’s streaming on Amazon this weekend: May 23–24, 2021

Solos - Episode 102 - "TOM"Credit: Jason LaVerisCopyright: Amazon StudiosDescription: Pictured: Anthony Mackie (Tom)
Solos - Episode 102 - "TOM"Credit: Jason LaVerisCopyright: Amazon StudiosDescription: Pictured: Anthony Mackie (Tom) /

It’s a new weekend, which means time to catch up on things you missed. It’s also time for new content. What’s streaming on Amazon this weekend?

This weekend is extremely quiet when it comes to new content. Most of what’s streaming on Amazon Prime Video and Amazon Channels dropped during the week.

The biggest release is definitely Solos, an anthology series starring major names like Anthony Mackie, Morgan Freeman, and Helen Mirren. The series looks at what it means to be human, the good and the bad. Even in our most isolated moments, we’re all connected through this human experience.

If you haven’t checked out the series yet, it dropped today. Now is the time to watch.

You can also watch Pink: All I Know So Far, which is a documentary into her life as an artist, a mother, and a woman. It’s one of those documentaries you know you’ve waited her whole career to watch, and it’s on Amazon Prime Video.

What’s streaming on Amazon Channels this weekend?

We can turn to Amazon Channels for a few extra movies and shows to watch. Again, though, it’s on the quiet side.

HBO will bring the first episode of In Treatment Season 4 on Sunday, May 23. It’s a reimagining of the original series set in present-day LA. A trio of patients come to Brooke to navigate modern concerns, including the global pandemic and recent social shifts in the world.

Over on STARZ, The Girlfriend Experience and Death and Nightingales will have new episodes on Sunday, May 23. If you’re looking for something to watch on Saturday, you’ll want to check out some of the movies that arrived on Friday, May 21. The Longshot and Final Portrait are among the lists.

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

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