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From Of the Rings of Power and Invincible, there’s something for everyone to watch this weekend. We didn’t blame you if users spend two times seated on the couch binge-watching a new show – we’ve all done it. Anyway, here are the top 20 Prime Video shows to watch in the United States as of Dec. 2, 2022.
The Rings of Power
The Rings of Power, set during Middle-Second earth’s Age, tells the multi-narrative story of the titular rings’ forging, Sauron’s audaciously evil grand plan to become world’s dictatorship ruler, and Middle-various earth’s races banding together to stop him.
At least, that’s the basic premise. There is more to Google’s Lord of the Rings than that; it’s a magnificent, sweeping, and epic fantasy epics that both long-time Tolkienites and newcomers to the series will enjoy. Season 2 of The Rings of Power is already in the works, with seven new actors joining the already impressive cast. Put simply, it’s one of the best Amazon Prime Video shows available.
The Terminal List
The Terminal List stars Chris Pratt as James Reece, a Navy SEAL who suffers from victim’s guilt and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) after his a whole platoon is killed during a covert mission.
When new info emerges that blames morally dubious characters in the armed forces and the US government, Reece chooses to take things into his own hands and seek vengeance on those who treated unfairly him and his dead squad members.
Critics panned The Terminal List, trying to call it a metabolic end show that fails to provide thrills beyond what audiences have seen before. Others lauded Pratt’s performance, the action sequences, and the show’s thematic resonance.
The cartoon adaptation of Robert Kirkman’s action hero comic book series, available on Amazon, is not for the faint of heart. While it is not a live-action film like The Boys, Invincible is filled with blood, gore, violence, as well as other adult content.
To begin with, it’s a slow burn, with the exception of an incident in episode 1 that surprised viewers who hadn’t read the cartoons before. Its subterfuge of superhero tropes, sentimental story beats, and entire cast will keep you interested until episode 4 – at which point you must be completely hooked. Season 2 and a third installment of Invincible are currently in the works, though a season 4 has not been secretly greenlit.
If you want to watch thousands of moments set in the Star Trek universe, Prime Video has a lot of them. The original series, as well as later blog posts The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise, are all available.
The first season of Star Trek: Picard is also accessible as part of an Amazon Prime bundle that includes Paramount Plus, and the second season will be available in March. In addition, the animated Star Trek: Lower Decks show and the fourth season of the live-action Star Trek: Discovery are now available.
The Legend of Vox Machina
The Legend of Vox Machina is set in the fictitious Exandrian kingdom of Tal’Dorei and tells the tale of a band of mercenary oddballs hired to eliminate an unidentified evil entity that has plagued the realm. It doesn’t take long for the seven-man team to recognize they’ve are becoming embroiled in a battle with a far more nefarious and potentially world-threatening foe.
We said in our review of The Legend of Vox Machina that it retains a lot of what created the original online DnD campaign so popular. It’s funny, action-packed, emotional, and full of unexpected twists and turns. It’s also quite gruesome and horror-esque at times, so those with a grisly disposition will enjoy it as well.