OTT platforms and their ever-increasing content make it difficult to decide what to watch next.
If you have Prime Video and have already binge-watched The Summer I Turned Pretty with all the summery vibes and romance tropes or The Boys with its extraordinary superhero villain plot, you may be wondering what to watch next.
To make it easier for you, we have curated a list of 9 underappreciated shows that are available on Prime Video and definitely worth watching-
1. Man in the High Castle
An adaptation of a dystopian novel by Philip K Dick, Man in the High Castle depicts an alternate history where Nazi Germany did not lose and the Axis divided America into three parts- one each controlled by Nazis and Japan while a third being the Buffer Zone.
Sounds interesting, right? The four-season show is engaging with well-written characters and on-point cinematography.
Based on the popular 1990s comics of the same name, Preacher is a dark comedy involving a preacher, God, vampires, and Satan.
The story is humourous and entertaining showing how a chain-smoking and alcoholic man, Jesse Curter becomes a preacher to fulfill his father’s dreams and embarks on a quest to find God as he is gifted supernatural powers.
This black comedy focuses on the life of intelligence officer John Tavner who is on a mission to stop Iraq from going nuclear by taking non-official cover.
The series contains two seasons encompassing memorable characters and a distinguished soundtrack backed with clever writing.
The first-ever animated adult show on Amazon Prime, Undone is an animated psychological drama that follows a 28-year-old woman who nearly dies in an accident and finds a new relationship with time.
As she time travels, she tries to uncover the truth about her father’s death. Do give it a shot. It is beautiful and engaging with a perfect plot.
5. One Mississippi
A tragicomedy loosely based on the life of the comedian host Tig Notaro, following Tig’s journey of self-discovery as her mother falls severely ill and she has to return home after her double mastectomy.
She is forced to encounter tragic and humourous secrets about her mother and family as she discovers the truth about the past.
6. Mozart in the Jungle
Exploring the world of Western classical music, Mozart in the Jungle is a heart-warming show revolving around the life of a maestro Rodrigo hired to host the New York Symphony which steers the anger of his successor and the love of an oboist.
The plot of pleasing and light-hearted. Do watch it if you want a feel-good series.
7. The Mentalist
One of the best crime dramas to be created, The Mentalist is Sherlock Holmes but works in the FBI.
The genius storyline shows Patrick Jane, a former psychic who solves crimes for the California Bureau of Investigation alongside his boss Teresa Lisbon who has the ability to read people’s minds.
8. Good Girls Revolt
Set in New York in the 1960s, Good Girls Revolt follows against the backdrop of the Cultural Revolution where three young women working in the News of the Week stands up to their male counterparts and asks for equal pay in the male-dominated workplace.
9. Tales from the Loop
Inspired by the beautiful paintings of Simon Stalenhag, Tales from the Loop is a sci-fi series showing a machine that is developed to achieve all the possibilities that were impossible due to science and logic.
Tales from the Loop is a show for all those who are looking for adventures beyond the world and do not allow logic to stop them from dreaming.
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