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The 40 best TV shows to stream on Prime Video Australia in November 2023
Prime Video's library offers some absolute bangers. From the gorgeous The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel to the thrilling Jack Ryan, these are our top picks.
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You'll soon feel like a kid in a candy shop, overwhelmed by sweets that will send you square-eyed. Here's what we recommend you gorge on first.
1. The Boys
The Boys is an irreverent take on what happens when superheroes, who are as popular as celebrities, as influential as politicians and as revered as gods, abuse their superpowers rather than use them for good. It's the powerless against the super-powerful as the Boys embark on a heroic quest to expose the truth about the Seven and their formidable Vought backing.
Based on the comic book series of the same name, The Boys is bold and addictive, featuring a strong cast and some clever writing. A refreshing take on the superhero genre, it makes for an immensely satisfying binge.
2. The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
An epic drama set thousands of years before the events of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, it follows an ensemble cast of characters, both familiar and new, as they confront the long-feared re-emergence of evil to Middle-earth.
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power has excellent production values, mesmerising visuals, an intriguing story and a great cast. If you're into fantasy, it's an absolute must-watch.
3. The Summer I Turned Pretty
A love triangle between a girl and 2 brothers. A story about first love, first heartbreak and the magic of that 1 perfect summer.
A relaxing teen rom-com, The Summer I Turned Pretty is based on Jenny Han's book trilogy of the same name. A show about love, heartbreak and family, it will give you all the feels.
4. Luxe Listings Sydney
Iconic beaches and breathtaking properties make Sydney one of the most cut-throat real estate markets in the world. This high-stakes carousel of multimillion-dollar homes is revealed through Australia’s top agents, who stop at nothing to deliver results for their demanding clientele, while balancing their hectic personal lives with their demanding careers.
If you love real estate series (and gorgeous homes), check out Luxe Listings Sydney. It's bringing the drama to a whole new level and showcasing amazing properties.
5. The Wheel of Time
Follow Moiraine, a member of the shadowy and influential all-female organisation called the Aes Sedai, as she embarks on a dangerous, world-spanning journey with 5 young men and women. Moiraine believes one of them might be the reincarnation of an incredibly powerful individual, whom prophecies say will either save humanity or destroy it.
The Wheel of Time is visually rich and engaging from the first episode. You'll be swept away – especially if you're a genre fan.
6. A League of Their Own (2022)
Comedy series about the WWII All-American professional women's baseball league.
A League of Their Own is a home run, managing to showcase marginalised perspectives while delivering a quirky and moving narrative. Beautifully written and acted, it's a delightful binge.
Jack Reacher was arrested for murder and now the police need his help. Based on the books by Lee Child.
Crime series Reacher is unpretentious fun, which makes it extremely bingeable. You'll be in for a delightful ride.
8. Making Their Mark
An insider look at the big stories of the 2020 AFL footy season.
Making Their Mark gives us unprecedented access to locker room banter, strategy sessions and private family matters. If you're a sports enthusiast, you can't miss this.
When Mark Grayson inherits superpowers at 17, he joins his father as one of Earth’s greatest heroes. It’s all of his dreams come true – until a shocking event changes everything
Bloody, action-packed and highly addictive, Invincible is an animated superhero drama that breathes fresh life into the genre thanks to compelling storylines and a tremendous voice cast. You'll be in for a treat.
Cash-strapped Nora lives in Brooklyn and works customer service for the luxurious “Lakeview” digital afterlife. When LA party boy/coder Nathan’s self-driving car crashes, his high-maintenance girlfriend uploads him permanently into Nora’s VR world.
Upload is quirky and hilarious, taking maximum advantage of its wacky premise to create a fascinating world. You’ll want to get lost in it immediately.
11. The Test: A New Era for Australia's Team
The Test: A New Era for Australia’s Team is a docuseries following the Australian men’s cricket team, offering a behind-the-scenes look at how one of the world’s best cricket teams fell from grace and was forced to reclaim their title and integrity.
Docuseries The Test highlights both the lows and highs of the Australian cricket team, which makes it particularly immersive and addictive for sports fans.
12. Making the Cut
A group of designers compete in New York, Paris and Tokyo to bring their brands to a new level.
Making the Cut is both entertaining and emotional, featuring a cast of talented designers giving it their all to come up on top and hopefully expand their business to a global audience. Add in some delightful banter between the hosts and a few A-list judges (Naomi Campbell! Chiara Ferragni!) and you’ve got yourself a hit.
13. Hunters (2020)
In 1977, in New York City, a troubled young Jewish man bent on revenge is taken in by a secret group of Nazi hunters fighting a clandestine war against the cabal of high-ranking Nazi officials in hiding who work to create the Fourth Reich.
Thanks to the talented cast and intriguing premise, Hunters will keep viewers glued to the screen. It has style to spare and strong emotional moments to ground the action. However, it’s not recommended for the faint of heart.
14. Star Trek: Picard
Star Trek: Picard features Sir Patrick Stewart reprising his iconic role as Jean-Luc Picard, which he played for 7 seasons on Star Trek: The Next Generation. The new series will follow this iconic character into the next chapter of his life.
Star Trek: Picard is visually stunning and action-packed. It also benefits greatly from the undeniable talent of Sir Patrick Stewart. If you’ve been a longtime fan of the franchise, you won’t be disappointed.
15. Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan
When CIA analyst Jack Ryan stumbles upon a suspicious series of bank transfers his search for answers pulls him from the safety of his desk job and catapults him into a deadly game of cat and mouse throughout Europe and the Middle East, with a rising terrorist figurehead preparing for a massive attack against the US and her allies.
Jack Ryan features an appealing cast and excellent action sequences, has enough humour to counterbalance the thrills and offers a fresh take on the iconic character. Addictive and very bingeable, Jack Ryan will more than satisfy spy thriller fans.
16. Good Omens
Aziraphale and Crowley, of Heaven and Hell respectively, have grown rather fond of the Earth. So it’s terrible news that it’s about to end. The armies of Good and Evil are amassing. The Four Horsemen are ready to ride. Everything is going according to the Divine Plan…except that someone seems to have misplaced the Antichrist. Can our heroes find him and stop Armageddon before it’s too late?
Delightfully funny, Good Omens is a faithful adaptation, which means that fans of the book will be more than satisfied. Newbies don’t have to worry though – there’s enough greatness here to keep you glued to the screen. Stream it when you crave an epic TV bromance.
Heidi (Julia Roberts) works at Homecoming, a facility helping soldiers transition to civilian life. Years later she has started a new life, when the Department of Defense questions why she left Homecoming.
Tense and breathtaking, Homecoming has plenty of twists and thrills. Repeat viewings may be necessary to truly appreciate this show.
18. The Grand Tour
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May are back with The Grand Tour. A show about adventure, excitement and friendship – as long as you accept that the people you call friends are also the ones you find extremely annoying. Sometimes it's even a show about cars.
The Grand Tour is a pretty hilarious concoction of weird challenges taken on by the members of our triumvirate, along with (slightly) more serious critiques of the hottest cars available to super-rich racing enthusiasts. Even if you have only a passing interest in 4-wheeled conveyances, the A1 banter will keep you hooked.
19. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
In 1958 New York, Midge Maisel’s life is on track – husband, kids and elegant Yom Kippur dinners in their Upper West Side apartment. But when her life takes a surprise turn, she has to quickly decide what else she’s good at – and going from housewife to stand-up comic is a wild choice to everyone but her.
Period comedy-drama series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has been showered with Golden Globes and other awards since airing. Centring on the effortlessly charming Midge, watching her make jaws drop is indeed marvellous TV.
20. The Man in the High Castle
Based on Philip K. Dick's award-winning novel and executive produced by Ridley Scott (Blade Runner) and Frank Spotnitz (The X-Files), The Man in the High Castle explores what it would be like if the Allied Powers had lost WWII and Japan and Germany ruled the United States.
In The Man in the High Castle you're about to sign up for a thriller filled with double agents, a desperate fight to rekindle the fires of resistance and some salient (and sadly topical) reminders of the horrors of fascism. The twists and binge-watch addiction start early, folks. There's stuff we guarantee you'll Nazi coming.
Based on Michael Connelly's bestselling novels, Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver), an LAPD homicide detective, stands trial for the fatal shooting of a serial murder suspect. A cold case involving the remains of a missing boy forces Bosch to confront his past. As daring recruit, Julia Brasher (Annie Wersching), catches his eye and departmental politics heat up, Bosch will pursue justice at all costs.
There are thin subplots on offer, but the heart of Bosch is its in-the-trenches crime-solving. Go in expecting a frenetic, Jack Bauer pace and you're going to be disappointed. Commit to a long-term investment and you'll be wooed by solid acting, a gritty atmosphere and some rousing, suspenseful turns.
22. Gen V (2023)
From the world of The Boys comes Gen V, which explores the first generation of superheroes to know that their superpowers are from Compound V. These heroes put their physical and moral boundaries to the test competing for the school's top ranking.
Don't expect Gen V to be a different tone to The Boys as it's primarily set at a university. It is just as irreverent and gory as its forebear, with plenty of exploding bodies to boot.
23. The Underground Railroad
A young woman named Cora makes an amazing discovery during her attempt to break free from slavery in the Deep South.
The Underground Railroad has a stellar ensemble cast and is both mesmerising and heartbreaking. Timely and thought-provoking, the show isn't always an easy watch, but it's definitely worthy of your undivided attention.
24. Cruel Summer
Cruel Summer is a psychological thriller that follows 2 young women: Kate, the popular girl with a charmed life who one day goes missing and Jeanette, the nerdy wannabe who is accused of being connected to Kate’s disappearance. All signs point to Jeanette’s guilt, but is Kate really who she seems to be?
Cruel Summer keeps you guessing as it delivers an exciting narrative brimming with twists and turns. The show also discusses important topics – something that both teens and adults will appreciate.
Harlem is a comedy following a group of stylish and ambitious best girlfriends in Harlem NYC, the mecca of Black culture in America. Together, they level up from their 20s into the next phase of their careers, relationships and big city dreams.
The best thing about Harlem is the chemistry of the main cast. You'll fall for these women in no time – and you'll immediately want to follow them as they try to take control of their messy lives. Even better, you'll laugh out loud a lot along the way.
26. As We See It
From the Emmy-winning Jason Katims (Parenthood, Friday Night Lights) comes a series about finding love, making friends, getting a job and adulting. Watch as 3 roommates on the autism spectrum navigate their early 20s with all its joy, tears and laughter.
With a big heart and moving performances from everyone involved, the sweet dramedy As We See It makes for a satisfying and emotional binge.
27. Outer Range
A rancher fighting for his land and family discovers an unfathomable mystery at the edge of Wyoming's wilderness.
Atmospheric and hypnotic, Outer Range is a sci-fi extravaganza. The mind-bending western will leave you desperately wanting to know what happens in the next episode.
Maddie, a bullied teen, receives help from someone online. It turns out that the person is her deceased father, David. His consciousness has been uploaded to the cloud after an experimental brain scan. Turns out, he's not the only one.
While a high concept sci-fi show, at its heart, it’s really just a family drama, which is where the appeal lies.
29. The Lost Flowers Of Alice Hart
The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart follows a young girl whose violent childhood casts a dark shadow over her adult life.
Not only will you be mesmerised by the a stellar cast of Australian and international actors, the breathtaking Australian landscape plays its own part in the story, making The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart a visual feast.
30. The Devil's Hour
The Devil’s Hour is a creepy psychological thriller that seeks to explain the inexplicable.
A gripping blend of horror and crime, The Devil's Hour is short, unsettling and compulsive. Once you press play, you will be unable to look away. Might as well clear your schedule.
31. High School (2022)
Based on Tegan and Sara Quin's bestselling memoir, High School is a story about finding your own identity – a journey made even more complicated when you have a twin whose own struggle and self-discovery so closely mimics your own. Told through a backdrop of 90s grunge and rave culture, the series weaves between the memories of twin sisters growing up together.
Charming coming-of-age series High School is sweet and nostalgic. It starts a bit slow but your patience will be rewarded – and then some. If you love series set in high school, we're happy to report that this one is a win.
32. The English
An epic chase western, The English takes the core themes of identity and revenge to tell a uniquely compelling parable on race, power and love. An aristocratic Englishwoman and an ex-cavalry scout come together in 1890s middle America to cross a violent landscape built on dreams and blood. Both of them have a clear sense of their destiny, but neither is aware that it is rooted in a shared past.
With outstanding visuals and dazzling performances, this is a sumptuous drama and the type of show you'll want to enjoy an episode at a time instead of binge-watching in a single sitting. That way, you can really savour it.
33. The Consultant
Inspired by Bentley Little’s 2015 novel, The Consultant is a darkly comedic workplace thriller that explores the sinister relationship between boss and employee, asking how far we will go to get ahead, and survive. This series explores good versus evil in the changing landscape of the American workplace.
Christoph Waltz plays the titular consultant brought in to rescue a gaming company. Let's just say he has some interesting ideas about how to boost productivity. Part horror, part satire, The Consultant is a blast. It will appeal to anyone who has ever had a corporate job.
34. Daisy Jones & The Six
Based on the bestselling Taylor Jenkins Reid novel, Daisy Jones & The Six tells the story of a fictional 70s band you can't help but become invested in. When talented singer Daisy Jones joins established band The Six, they skyrocket to the top of the charts. Soon, they start to enjoy the kind of fame they could only dream of. However, behind the scenes tensions are rising.
Stylish miniseries Daisy Jones & The Six is brimming with great music, gorgeous costumes and an intoxicating narrative. It will keep you coming back for more.
35. Class of '07
An apocalyptic tidal wave hits during the 10-year reunion of an all-girls high school and the group must find a way to survive on the island peak of their high school campus.
Class of '07 is like Lord of the Flies, with girls instead of boys and an infectious sense of humour. Fun!
Murder. Sex. Music. This is not a work of fiction.
Swarm comes from creators Donald Glover (Atlanta) and Janine Nabers (Watchmen) and aside from the lead cast, there's a surprise cameo from a famous pop star, who gives a great performance. The series mixes comedy and horror with plenty of WTF moments that you've come to expect from Glover's work.
Citadel is an independent intelligence agency loyal to no country. 8 years ago, it was destroyed by a group called Manticore. Citadel’s top spies, Mason Kane and Nadia Sinh managed to escape but their memories were wiped. When they are approached by an old colleague, Bernard Orlick, Mason and Nadia must remember the past and work to stop Manticore from building a new global regime.
Citadel features talented lead actors, plenty of action and intrigue. The series is short, both in episode length and number of episodes, so it's likely to fly by. If you like globe-trotting spy dramas a la James Bond, this is likely to be up your alley.
The Tasmanian town of Deadloch, a once sleepy seaside hamlet, is left reeling when a local man turns up dead. 2 detectives are thrown together to solve the case – a fastidious local senior sergeant and a rough-as-guts senior investigator blow-in from Darwin, along with an overeager junior constable. As the town prepares to launch the annual arts, food and culture event, the trio have to put their differences aside and work together to find the killer.
Created by Kate McCartney and Kate McLennan (Get Krack!n, The Katering Show), Deadloch balances the darkness of a murder mystery with the comic elements you've come to know and love from the pair. The show features plenty of familiar faces and if you want to solve a mystery and have a bit of a laugh at the same time, tune in for this.
39. Jury Duty
Follow the inner workings of an American jury trial through the eyes of one particular juror, Ronald Gladden.
If you love observational mockumentaries like The Office (which, coincidentally, also shares creators with Jury Duty, you could definitely check this out.
40. I'm A Virgo (2023)
A coming-of-age joyride about Cootie, a 13ft tall young Black man in Oakland, CA. Having grown up hidden away, Cootie soon experiences the beauty and contradictions of the world for the first time. He forms friendships, finds love, navigates awkward situations and encounters his idol, a real life superhero named The Hero.
If you're in the mood for something fascinating and original that's not just a sequel or reboot or based off an existing property, then add I'm A Virgo to your watchlist.
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