What’s New On Prime Video l October 2021

Prime Video is building itself more and more as a strong streaming service that can compete with the likes of Netflix and Hulu. Prime Video is available on phones, PCs, Smart TVs; just about any smart device really. The video streaming service comes bundled in with the nearly ubiquitous Amazon Prime at no additional cost.

December 2021 has arrived, and with it comes a new slate of holiday-themed entertainment and so much more! Of course, If you haven’t watched any of these new shows or movies yet, now’s your chance to binge-watch them before the streaming availability gets reshuffled. Here are this month’s most popular new titles.

The Expanse – Final season

This December brings us the final season of The Expanse. With the show releasing it’s final six-episode season on December 10th, now is a great time to give it a look just in time for the epic conclusion. With five other seasons to catch up on, there’s a lot to see from The Expanse

Being the Ricardos

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Being The Ricardos is yet another Amazon Prime Original film releasing not even two weeks after it’s theatrical release on the streaming platform. Releasing in theaters on December 10th and on Prime Video on December 21st, this biographical film covers the relationship between the I Love Lucy Stars Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. If you are craving a period piece, this is a comfortable option this month.

Madres

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Beto is a Mexican farmer who is married to Diana. They move to a Spanish-speaking town in California, although Diana is reluctant to do so. While dealing with a new city and her pregnancy, Diana starts finding the belongings of the house’s previous owner, and strange things start happening.

Savage X Fenty Show

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This is an unscripted show about Rihanna’s creative process that birthed her latest lingerie line. Meant to redefine what sexy means, this project shows a lot of passion, creativity, and a whole new side of Rihanna’s talent. Savage X Fenty worries about innovation and personal expression that is inclusive and empowering.

Birds of Paradise

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Kate, an aspiring ballerina, is given a scholarship in Paris. Upon arrival, Kate will face trust issues, sexual awakening, competition, and lies that make her new life hard to navigate and deal with. Moral support might be a trap, and trust might be for the weak when lovers backstab each other for a place at the Opéra national de Paris.

Black as Night

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When Vampires start terrorizing a neighborhood in New Orleans, a teenage girl with self-esteem issues finds her confidence in an unexpected way: killing vampires. Accompanied by her best friend and a rich kid, the resourceful girl will battle against creatures of the night in order to survive until dawn.

The Manor

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Judith suffered a mild stroke and moved to a nursing home. She was already reluctant to be there, but things were about to get much worse than she could have ever predicted. Judith starts seeing things that seem supernatural that lurk at that place. After a while, she is convinced that something sinister is killing the residents.

Justin Bieber: Our World 

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This is a documentary that captures personal moments of Justin and his wife right before the young superstar’s NYE 2020 concert. Follow Justin Bieber during the preparations, check out backstage, and watch his performance from the roof of the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

LuLaRich

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LulaRich is a four-part documentary that takes a look into LulaRoe and the scam that caught so many work-from-home women. See all that was discovered from the beginning of this crumbling empire to its demise, learning about every red flag on the way and why it was never meant to work.

Now you know all that Prime Video has brought to us in December.  We hope you were able to find something new and exciting to watch. And remember, this is just a small sample of the shows and movies you can find on Amazon Prime Video’s huge catalogue in December.

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