With a new week, it means there’s new content coming to Prime Video. Don’t Make Me Go is one release you won’t want to miss.
Can you believe we’ve reached the middle of July already? The summer does bring some great content to streaming platforms, especially Prime Video. This is the first Friday without a new episode of The Boys Season 3, but the other releases will make up for it.
The biggest one to watch is Don’t Make Me Go. John Cho stars as a single dad with a terminal illness. He decides to take his daughter on a road trip to New Orleans for his college reunion. It’s also an attempt to reconnect his daughter with her mom so she has someone when he’s gone.
While we are focused on Prime Video, Freevee is also going to be a place to turn to this week. On July 15, the Freevee Original Movie Love Accidentally also drops. It’s a great rom-com for those who love that genre.
Silent Witness, Better Call Saul, and more
The week will see a lot of Amazon Channels samples dropping on Prime Video. It’s not clear how long they are going to be around for, so you’ll want to watch them immediately.
Better Call Saul Season 6 is coming to Prime Video on Monday, July 11. This is thanks to the AMC+ channel. You can watch previous seasons via the AMC+ subscription.
If you’re into British crime dramas, you’ll want to turn to Silent Witness. The new season begins on BritBox, with a sample available this week.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is dropping on STARZ this week. It looks like it’s going to be made available as a sample for a short period of time. You’ll certainly want to watch this fast. I can’t imagine it being available on Prime Video for too long.
Everything coming to Prime Video this week
Better Call Saul: Season 6B+
Silent Witness: Season 24+
La Mujer del Diablo: Season 1+
Maria Felix: Season 1+
All the Queen’s Men: Season 2A+
The Christmas Bow+
Mirreyes vs. Godinez 2+
Ligando Padre (aka Que Despadre)+
Forever Summer: Hamptons (2022)*
Don’t Make Me Go (2022)*
Orphan: First Kill+
Spider-Man: No Way Home+
What are you watching on Prime Video this week? Let us know in the comments below.