Here’s what’s new on the streaming service next month!
Generation Wealth (Feb. 1) is an Amazon original documentary that investigates the pathologies that have created the richest society the world has ever seen. It’ll be interesting to see where and how it all began.
The Expanse (Feb. 8) follows the first police officer of an interplanetary ice freighter and a United Nations executive who discover a vast conspiracy that threatens the Earth’s colony. Amazon will be streaming season one to three, and is currently producing a fourth season, which will air as a Prime original later this year. This series was shot and produced in Toronto, so show some love for The Six.
This one is going to be for those with stomachs of steel. Lorena (Feb. 15) is a four-part Prime original docuseries. It takes you deep into the notorious case of Lorena and John Wayne Bobbitt and challenges the long-held narrative that surrounded this event.
The original Prime docuseries This Giant Beast that is the Global Economy (Feb. 22) follows host Kal Penn on an exploration of the unexpected facts and manipulations of the global economy.
Season one of The Terror (Feb. 1) takes us back to 1848 when two real life warships, HMS Terror and HMS Erebus, were sent on a British Royal Naval expedition to find the treacherous Northwest Passage. Unfortunately, they are trapped in ice and face several life-threatening problems, including starvation, mutiny, cannibalism and a rogue polar bear.
Those who loved the first season of Falling Water (Feb. 13) will enjoy the second season, which follows three strangers who slowly realize they are dreaming parts of a bigger, more sinister tragedy.
The award season darling that had everyone talking is coming to Prime. Starring Denzel Washington and Viola Davis, Fences (Feb. 24) follows an abusive African-American father who tries to raise his family in the 1950s, while accepting the realities of his failures.
The long-running hit TV series Baywatch celebrates its 30th anniversary this year, so it’s only fitting the newly remastered series is ready for binging. Originally filmed in 35mm, Baywatch is now available in high definition, and 350 original songs have been created to score the iconic Baywatch montages. ~Marriska Fernandes