Amazon Prime has such a huge library of TV shows and movies for you to watch however it's a hard time for any person to decide what's actually is good to watch and it's definitely an exhausting task.

Well, that's not the case anymore.

Today I will present you with some of the best tv shows and movies to watch on amazon prime.

stay with me and find out.

The best TV shows on Amazon Prime Video right now

Harlem (Season 1)

Harlem is a show about a group of four ladies navigating life in New York City. The story is more around Black female friendship, and it's a fun, cozy series that's very much all about the vibes, hinging on the easy chemistry and funny rapport of the main cast, which includes Meagan Good, Grace Byers, Shoniqua Shandai, and Jerrie Johnson. It deals with issues like gentrification, sexuality, and wealth, making them important elements of the main plot. Call it a hangout show with substance.

With Love (Season 1)

With Love is a holiday-themed Latinx rom-com that stars Shadowhunters' Emeraude Toubia and Ugly Betty's Mark Indelicato as siblings Lily and Jorge Diaz, who are each unlucky in love but still out there looking for it. The gimmick here is that each of its five episodes takes place on a different holiday: one is set on Nochebuena, where Jorge brings his new boyfriend home to meet the parents; another on Independence Day, where Lily and her new boyfriend move in together. Like the best rom-coms, With Love is a sweet watch that knows how to break your heart and put it back together again by the end.

Hanna (Season 1-3)

One of my favourite Tv show on Amazon prime video is Hanna. It's about a story of a teenage girl trained to be an assassin by a secret organization, limiting most of the action to a few locations and binding the story to a small group of characters. But there was clearly more story to tell, and the film's screenwriter, David Farr, branched things out with Hanna the series. Esmé Creed-Miles is fantastically blunt as Hanna, who knows how to crush a windpipe with a swift strike but doesn't know the first thing about being a normal teenage girl, and Mireille Enos gives one of her best performances as Marissa, Hanna's enemy-turned-ally.

While the first episode follows the structure and plot of the film for most of its run, the additions — including one huge and meaningful difference to the character of Marissa — and changes feel natural and worthwhile in the TV show as it expands its universe and digs deeper into its characters. Season 2 is an especially great example of this, and Season 3, the show's final season, which was released in late 2021, wraps things up mostly satisfactorily. Like many of Amazon's shows, budget wasn't spared, and Hanna doubles as a vacation travelogue for Europe as much as it is a high-stakes spy thriller.

Chuck (2007 - season 1 -5)

Consumer tech clerk Chuck Bartowski suddenly finds himself at the center of an international battle between rival spy organizations in this series that aired on NBC for five seasons and starred Zachary Levi and Yvonne Strahovski. Levi portrays slacker hero Bartowski, whose college pal puts him on the CIA’s radar when he sends him an email containing many of the agency’s most important secrets — a treasure trove of data that ends up stuck in Bartowski’s brain. His predicament soon finds him paired with CIA agent Sarah Walker (Strahovski), who must work with Bartowski to use the information in his head and somehow keep him alive while doing so.

Billions (Season 1 - 5 )

Showtime's financial soap is part prestige drama and part grown-up frat party, following the reckless assholes of a Wall Street hedge fund as they accumulate wealth and eat sushi off naked women. That grotesquery is off-putting at first, but it soon becomes the reason to watch as the toxic masculinity sirens become music to your ears. And if you enjoy acting, Damian Lewis playing the hedge fund CEO and Paul Giamatti as the government lawyer trying to take him down will please

The best Movies on Amazon Prime Video right now

Mission: Impossible IV: Ghost Protocol

The Mission: Impossible series has defied sequel logic by turning out one memorable entry after another. Though it’s hard to pick a best installment, there’s a strong case to be made for this one, a Brad Bird-directed film that features some terrifying action near the peak of the Burj Khalifa skyscraper—and that’s just one of its many breathtaking action scenes.

The Tomorrow War

When a group of time travellers from the future tell people about a war they are fighting with aliens, Dan, a school teacher, decides to help them win it in order to secure his daughter's future.

Everybody's Talking About Jamie (2021)

If you’re in need of a fun, fabulous, feel-good movie this weekend, this West End stage play-turned-feature film will likely have you not just off the couch, but setting up a runway in your living room. Originally based on Jenny Popplewell’s popular TV movie, Jamie: Drag Queen at 16, this Amazon Original Movie is an adaptation of the stage musical from the same team.

Jamie New is a 16-year-old who doesn't quite fit in. Instead of pursuing a traditional career, he dreams of becoming a drag queen. Uncertain about his future, Jamie knows one thing for sure -- he's going to be a sensation. Supported by his loving mother and amazing friends, Jamie overcomes discrimination and bullying to step out of the darkness -- and into the spotlight.


What to watch on Amazon Prime