Five best Amazon Prime original series to binge-watch right now!

Best Amazon Prime original series

An Amazon Prime subscription makes the user enjoy life more carefully, by providing access to thousands of movies and TV shows available for streaming on Prime Video. There are many Amazon Prime originals that can only be accessible with premium subscriptions. Checking the whole library of Amazon Prime Videos causes the person stress to find the one series, which has good stuff. We have put a list of the most popular and useful series hare so that your time can be saved, and you can easily stream good content.

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Amazon Prime original

1. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel: 3 seasons, 26 episodes | IMDb: 8.8/10

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

This series focuses on a lady in New York City in the late 1950s, who purposes to become a stand-up comedian after her husband forgets her. Amy Sherman-Palladino is writing this series after to the Gilmore Girls and Bunheads. This series will be the most impactful Amazon series since Transparent, and it has got the Emmys to prove it. It is an excellent, crowd-pleaser, intelligent, high-spirited fast-talking comedy with some heaviness. Set in 1950s New York City, Rachel Brosnahan (House of Cards, Manhattan) plays Miriam ‘Midge’ Maisel, the picture-perfect, above Westside wife. The end — after her husband leaves her — goes on a binge and finds herself on stage, passing a comical, profanity-fueled set in a rundown junkyard of a club. The club’s booker, Susie Meyerson (Alex Borstein), takes an immediate concern in her, so while her home life is tumbling aside, Miriam finds herself trying to form a profession as a stand-up comic in an era when ladies weren’t just greeted on that scene. It is an incredible series that mixes comedy, feminism, and a little bit of stand-up history into a humorous potion of laughs, heart, and a fantastic lead performance from Brosnahan, who will ultimately be remembered for this role the same way Lauren Graham will always reminisce for Lorelai Gilmore.

2. The Man in the High Castle: 4 seasons, 40 episodes | IMDb: 8.1/10

The Man in the High Castle

Slackly based on Phillip K. Dick’s 1962 novel of the same name (it also bears some resemblance to Philip Roth’s The Plot Against America), The Man in the High Castle is set in an equivalent, dystopian society where Germany won World War II. Mostly, the East Coast is owned by the Germans, and the Japanese own the West Coast, and there is a no man’s land in between. Exec-produced by Ridley Scott and Frank Spotnitz (The X-Files), the series sees many characters are working to build a defense against their service by getting “refused newsreels” that show the alternative history in which the Allies won the war in an attempt to reveal a bigger truth about how the world should be. A dark examination of what it means to be American, The Man in the High Castle, is a well-acted, solid, and often severe dystopian thriller with lots of twists and turns to keep viewers understanding.

3. Patriot: 2 seasons, 18 episodes | IMDb: 8.3/10


Patriot is a difficult show to describe as it is so much more than the entirety of its parts. It is about a man named as John Tavner (Michael Dorman), a N.O.C. (Non-official cover) for the CIA. His case is as an engineer for a piping firm, a job for which he has little education or experience. Yet, it is also a job he must support to complete his mission: To get a bag of cash from point A to point B, which happens to be what his role in a pipe includes: To develop a pipeline to get a thing from Point A to Point B. But if it were that easy, not an engineer (in the piping context) neither a CIA agent (in the context of the bag of cash) would be required. Patriot is about the challenges that ascend along the way. There are accidents, a murder investigation, and human nature, and Tavner’s relationships with his brother, with co-workers, and his father arrive in the way. After every episode, the excitement of this mission raises. The burden gets more massive. By the end, viewers will be left hopeless to find a security valve to unbridle some pressure as Patriot does a number on its audience. It is a pitch-black comedy, and it is not for everybody. Season 2 is just as unusual and silly as ever, but unluckily, the show has bit the dust.

4. Good Omens: 1 season, six episodes | IMDb: 8.2/10

Good Omens

David Tennant and Michael Sheen lead in this hellishly fun version of Neil Gaiman’s beloved work of fiction. Tennant plays Crowley, a devil who’s spent the past 6,000 years living life as a kind of rockstar on Earth. Sheen plays his saintly counterpart, Aziraphale, a clumsy angel who also calls Earth home and as an unwilling friendship with his eternal enemy. The two must group to restrain the Anti-Christ – a kid in Oxford shire – from ascending to power, terminating the world, and, most prominently, Crowley’s best of Queen mixtape.

5. Fleabag: 2 seasons, 12 episodes | IMDb: 8.7/10


Not specifically an Amazon Original, Fleabag was co-produced by Amazon and England’s BBC Three. Sets in London, it stars the splendid Phoebe Waller-Bridge (who also produced the season) as a young lady attempting to voyage across modern life in London. That story barely does the series truth, however. It is a hysterical, dirty, sexually planning, and shockingly thoughtful meditation on pain and aloneness that passes by so rapidly (there are only six half-hour episodes in every season) that viewers will want they relished it furthermore before it ends. Fleabag is a swift series to binge, but it packs a colossal amount of comedy and pain into its short runtime, examining underneath the dating life of a sexual thrill-seeking twenty-something to reveal drabness and tragedy. There is a gut punch about every angle, but Fleabag always survives to lift itself out of its depths to make us laugh again. It is one of the most unique, original comedies of the last some years.

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