It really is a battle of the streaming services right now, and thankfully the only winner out of this will be you, the content-hungry consumer. We’ve already told you what you should expect from Netflix this August, and now it’s time to divulge the complete viewing list for Amazon Prime Video.
Standouts include some local Aussie specials and hit whodunnit murder mystery flick, Knives Out. Check out the full list coming to Amazon Prime Video this August below.
- The Office (UK) Christmas Specials S1-S2, 1 August
- The Matrix, 1 August
- The Matrix Revolutions, 1 August
- The Matrix Reloaded, 1 August
- Orphan Black S1-S5, 1 August
- The Hunger Games, 1 August
- The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, 1 August
- The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1, 1 August
- The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, 1 August
- Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey, 1 August
- The West Wing S1-S7, 1 August
- David Makes Man S1, 1 August
- 24 S1-S8, 1 August
- Red Dog, 2 August
- Bandish Bandits S1, 3 August
- Jessy And Nessy S1 Part(2), 7 August
- Marianne & Leonard: Words Of Love, 8 August
- Arrival, 8 August
- Semi-Pro, 13 August
- World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji, 14 August
- Misfits S1-S5, 15 August
- Les Miserables The Staged Concert, 22 August
- Jumanji: The Next Level, 25 August
- Fisherman’s Friends, 26 August
- Knives Out, 26 August
- Get Duked!, 28 August
- Dolittle, 29 August
- Cats, 29 August
And here are some other highlights on Prime right now that you might have missed.
The Test follows coach Justin Langer who is charged with rebuilding the Australian Cricket team’s culture and regain their place on top of the world.
Treadstone explores the origin story of the Jason Bourne franchise and present-day actions of a covert program that uses behaviour modification to turn recruits into superhuman assassins.
Jack Ryan is a gritty espionage series that follows Tom Clancy’s iconic character across the world in a quest to uncover the financial link between world powers and some of the world’s most ruthless terrorist organisations.