Here's everything coming to Amazon Prime Video in May 2021


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What is them about on Amazon Prime?

THEM is an anthology series that explores terror in America. The first season, set in 1950's, centers around a Black family who move from North Carolina to an all-white Los Angeles neighborhood. amazon.comWatch THEM: Season 1 | Prime Video

Outside of Prime Video originals, subscribers can also watch Flight, Skyfall, a few of the Alien sequels, and Rose Glass’ Saint Maud (the latest A24 horror nightmare). Over on IMDb TV, Prime Video’s free spin-off, you can see Mr. & Mrs. Smith, the Star Trek reboot movie, The Tooth Fairy, and Hotel Artemis.

The full list of what’s coming to Amazon Prime Video in May is below, followed by the IMDb TV list.

Skyfall (2012)

*The Boy From Medellín - Amazon Original Movie (2020)

Breach (2020)

Robot & Frank (2012)

Saint Maud (2020)

*The Underground Railroad - Amazon Original Series: Season 1

Red Dawn (2012)

Trumbo (2015)

*P!nk: All I Know So Far - Amazon Original Movie (2021)

*Solos - Amazon Original Series: Limited Series

*Panic - Amazon Original Series: Season 1

My Name Is Earl S1-4

Morning Glory (2010)

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As the month of April nears a close, Amazon Prime Video has unveiled its full list of film and TV titles coming to the streaming service in May, which includes the debuts of Barry Jenkins’ The Underground Railroad miniseries, David Weil’s ensemble anthology series Solos and A24’s acclaimed psychological horror pic Saint Maud. The full lineup can be viewed below!

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Everything coming to Amazon Prime Video in May 2021

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As May draws closer, so does a host of new releases on Amazon Prime Video.

Among the new Amazon Original arrivals are two documentaries spotlighting pop stars. The Boy From Medellín focuses on J Balvin's preparation for a concert in Medellín, Colombia, his hometown, while P!nk: All I Know So Far follows P!nk on her "Beautiful Trauma" world tour. The upcoming anthology series Solos features an all-star cast of Uzo Aduba, Nicole Beharie, Morgan Freeman, Anne Hathaway, Anthony Mackie, Helen Mirren, Dan Stevens, and Constance Wu. Rounding out Amazon Prime's original programming for May is Panic, a young adult thriller series, and Barry Jenkins' The Underground Railroad.

Here's everything coming to Amazon Prime Video in May.

The Underground Railroad has all the potential to be Amazon Prime's next big hit. It is an adaptation of Colson Whitehead's alternate history novel of the same name, which won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 2017. The novel tells the story of Cora Randall (Thuso Mbedu), who escapes from a plantation in the Antebellum South in search of the Underground Railroad. She finds that the Underground Railroad is an actual railway system, with trains and tunnels running beneath everyone's feet.

Barry Jenkins (Moonlight, If Beale Street Could Talk) directed The Underground Railroad in its entirety, and if it is anything like his prior work it will feature both incredible visuals and intimate, character-driven storytelling. The Underground railroad also boasts a strong cast, with Chase W. Dillon, Aaron Pierre, and Joel Edgerton joining Mbedu in the main roles.

How to watch: The Underground Railroad begins streaming May 14 on Amazon Prime Video.

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5 TV shows and movies on Amazon to watch this week: Carol and more

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VENICE, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 12: Cate Blanchett walks the red carpet ahead of closing ceremony at the 77th Venice Film Festival on September 12, 2020 in Venice, Italy. (Photo by Franco Origlia/Getty Images)

It’s time for another week, which means more searching for shows and movies on Amazon to watch. Here are the five top picks for the week.

There isn’t much when it comes to Amazon Prime Video. We have to turn to the Amazon Channels add-ons to find extra great content to check out during the week. It’s going to be worth looking into them, though.

Whether you want a long-running TV crime drama or you’re looking for a meaningful movie, you’re covered. It’s time to narrow down your options.

We start with the option on Amazon Prime Video and then moved onto IMDb TV and into the Amazon Channels options.

You’ve seen the Williams sisters play tennis. Both of them are full of determination and skill, but where did their love of the sport come from? What’s made them into the duo that they are today, both as singles champions and in doubles?

That’s something Venus and Serena looks into. The biographical movie looks at their childhood to understand their drive and success.

Watch on Wednesday, April 21 on Amazon Prime Video.

Rooney Mara stars as Therese Belivet, an aspiring photographer who works at a Manhatten department store. She runs into Carol (Cate Blanchett) and starts to develop strong feelings for her.

There’s a problem. This is set in the 1950s when their love is forbidden. And then there’s the question of whether Carol feels the same way for Therese.

Check out the movie on Tuesday, April 20 on IMDb TV.

The great news recently has been that NCIS Season 19 is happening, but it’s going to be with Mark Harmon in a limited role. That means we’re possibly getting to storylines that will write him out of leading the team. So, you’ll want to check out the episodes.

The great news is there’s a new episode of NCIS this week. It’s the first of the shows and movies on Amazon Channels to watch. You can catch it live on Paramount+ on Tuesday, April 20 at 8/7c or you can watch on-demand through the same streamer the following day.

If you like docuseries, there are two on the list for this week. The first is on Acorn TV and is called Off the Beaten Track. It’s the second season following Kate Humble and her Welsh Sheepdog, Teg.

Together, they explore the beautiful Welsh countryside, looking at how the landscapes are shaped and how the people who live and play in the area use the land. It’s time to see some of the areas that tend to be overlooked and forgotten, with plenty of personal stories from the locals.

All four episodes are available from Monday, April 19.

There’s something special about items around our homes. Antiques Roadshow offers us some of the stories of the items people have found. In some cases, they’re items found in the attic, but other times, they’re items that people remember their grandparents using.

This new season takes us into the history behind the items. Experts share when they were made and how valuable they are.

You can watch the episodes on BritBox from Tuesday, April 20.

Which shows and movies on Amazon are you watching this week? Let us know in the comments below.

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After teasing The Underground Railroad for months, Amazon is finally releasing the groundbreaking new series from the mind behind Moonlight. Based on the novel by Colson Whitehead, The Underground Railroad follows Cora Randall’s fight for freedom in the Antebellum South.

The Boy From Medellín, another exciting title, gives an intimate glimpse into the life of one of the biggest names in music today. From Academy Award-nominated and Emmy-winning filmmaker Matthew Heineman, the upcoming doc follows J Balvin as he gets ready to perform at a sold-out stadium show in his hometown of Medellín, Colombia.

Plus, there’s Solos, Panic, and more.

Curious what else is coming to Prime Video this month? Check out the full lineup of movies and shows below.

*The Underground Railroad – Amazon Original Series: Season 1

*Panic – Amazon Original Series: Season 1

Everything new coming to Amazon Prime Video in May 2021

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Every month without a new season of The Boys on Amazon Prime Video is a frustrating month for me personally, but May is shaping up to be an exciting one for the service nonetheless. Barry Jenkins is following up his award-winning movies Moonlight and If Beale Street Could Talk with an original series for Amazon called The Underground Railroad, which debuts in May. Also, fans of musicians J Balvin and P!nk should be excited to see the documentaries covering elements of their careers coming to Prime Video as well.

That’s everything new you’re going to find on Amazon’s Prime Video streaming service in the month of May.

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