Everything streaming on Prime Video this week: Nope and more

NOPE - Courtesy Universal Pictures
NOPE - Courtesy Universal Pictures /

A new week is here, and that means more content streaming on Prime Video. Nope is just one of the big releases to look forward to.

There is still a lot from the previous week to get through. There are chances that you didn’t get through every single show that dropped on Friday. I highly recommend Class of ’07 if you haven’t watched it yet.

While the previous week was quiet throughout the week and saw the big drop of releases on Friday, March 17, this week is different. We’ll get to see releases throughout the course of the week, and it all starts with Nope.

The Jordan Peele movie is coming to Prime Video on Tuesday, March 21. It follows some strange alien events, but what’s the twist to come that we always see with Peele’s movies?

Reggie, Daisy Jones, and more

There are more episodes of Daisy Jones and the Six arriving on Prime Video this week. There are two more episodes dropping. In fact, these are the final two episodes of the series. This is a miniseries, so don’t expect a cliffhanger at the end of it.

Meanwhile, there’s another Amazon Original Series, Reggie. Set in the 1970s, the series follows one of the first Black athletes as he contemplates his legacy and fights for respect, dignity, and a seat at the table. It’s not one to miss out on for the social commentary of today.

How about another top movie? Top Gun: Maverick is heading to the streamer after its run on Paramount+. This is the sequel to the 1980s movie, and it stars Tom Cruise again. It’s one a lot of people have been waiting for.

Everything streaming on Prime Video this week

March 21


Nope (2022)

March 22


Sanandresito (2012)

March 24


*Reggie (2023)


Top Gun: Maverick (2022)

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What are you streaming on Prime Video this week? What are you looking forward to at the end of the week? Share in the comments below.

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