The 25 Best Tv Shows On Amazon Prime

If you want to watch the best TV shows on Amazon Prime, this list should be everything you need.

Whether you’re bored of the shows you’ve already got or just need a change of scenery, we’ve got plenty of shows that will fit your needs!

This is a list of the best 25 TV Shows on Amazon Prime. This week’s list is: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.

The 25 Best TV Shows on Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime is also known for its TV Shows, which makes sense. The question is what do we watch? If you’re into crime thrillers, suspense films, horror, or if you want a little more, here are some of the popular Amazon Prime TV shows and figures. These are all great series to watch, but make sure to check out the latest episodes.

The first in a four-part series on the 25 most essential television shows:
New shows, old shows, a few shows that are only on Netflix, and your own list of shows to watch.
To help you narrow down your TV viewing options, we’ve listed our favorites, starting with the best.
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25. The X-Files

So, The X-Files is really a TV show where the FBI deals with cases that
can’t be explained and are usually unexplainable.

It’s been around for a long time but it’s still one of the best TV shows on Amazon Prime!

It’s a science fiction series about a detective with the last name Holmes who solves murders using modern technology.

It follows two FBI special agents, Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, as they investigate some of the FBI’s “X-Files” or unsolved paranormal cases.

The show is such a hit that the Fox network received numerous positive reviews and prestigious awards.

It has a four and a half star rating on Amazon, with a current rating of 4,100.

24. Damages

The first Amazon Prime TV show after Mr. Robot is Damages.

The series followed Patty Hewes, who was a ruthless lawyer that took many cases, and her protége, Ellen Parsons, as they tried to prove many different crimes.

The show parodied various aspects of the current US political culture, including the Iraq War, the United States’ role in the international community, the national debt, the politics of Hollywood, and the United States’ use of torture.

Damages was nominated for four Emmy Awards, a Casting Society of America Award, a Golden Globe, and a Satellite Award.

The movie has the most popular reviews on Amazon with 4.5 stars and it has been rated 4 stars based on 808 reviews.

23. The Expanse

While the TV show is based in Australia, the storyline revolves around life and politics on a planet that has been established as a “free-fire zone” between two nations.

Star Trek: Discovery follows the adventures of a Starfleet science team aboard the USS Discovery.

Star Trek aired in the 1960s and was set in the future when the human race had colonised the solar system.

It is a science fiction comedy set in a post-apocalyptic future in which humans have become extinct due to the effects of climate change and war.

The Expanse was voted No. 1 on The A.V. Club’s Best Science Fiction TV Show of All Time, beating out TV’s top shows like Buffy and Doctor Who.

If you are interested in learning more about the show, you’ll be pleased to know that it has a current Amazon Prime Video rating of 4.5 stars from over 8,930 reviews.

22. The Comeback

And number twenty-two on our list is the comeback. [laughs] Number 21 is the movie I’m not gonna show you because the movie title is too awesome for me to say.
Number 20 is the one where we got our hands on the iPhone!
Number 19 is the movie where I got a haircut.
And number 18, the time where the world got smaller.

Lisa Kudrow and Michael Patrick King created a comedy-drama series that was aired in the US.

The series is a comedy with a few drama twists. It’s about Valerie Cherish, a B-list actress in modern-day Los Angeles. The series focuses on a comedic approach to the entertainment industry and the goings-on inside.

The Comeback was about the story of a retired boxer who returns to the ring after having been beaten up in a fight.

Currently Amazon Prime Video rate season 1 at 4.2 stars based on 573 customer reviews and season 2 at 4.6 stars based on 70 reviews.

21. Suits

Finally, I’m here with another show that I just absolutely love, I’m so obsessed with it.

The show tells the story of Scottie and his friends as they try to juggle all the work they do and still have time for their friends and family.

It follows Harvey Spector and his college dropout associate Mike Ross as they tackle cases while hiding Mike’s secret.

The show was successful and received great reviews. It was nominated for numerous awards.

Suits is a five star rated TV show on Amazon Prime, based on over 20,000 customer reviews.

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20. Jack Ryan

Jack Ryan is a CIA analyst who starts off the series out of Washington DC.
The first film centers around a failed mission to stop a terrorist cell in Milan.

The series is rated as one of the best Amazon Original Series of the year. It was also nominated for multiple award shows.

The show was created by Carlton Cuse and Graham Roland. It follows CIA analyst, Jack Ryan, as he stumbles upon some exciting bank transfers that end provoking his curiosity to find out more information, which doesn’t pan out well.

19. Vikings

The Vikings are very very violent people.

The second season of the Vikings series has been a big success because of its ratings and popularity. This is the reason why the executive producers decided to create a third season.

In the third season, Ragnar (Kjartan Rosenquist) and Ivar (Alex Høgh Andersen) have become a powerful force that wants to bring together the tribes of Denmark, Sweden and England and unite them to fight against the common enemy.

Vikings has gotten a nod for Favorite Drama and Favorite On-Screen Team — Siblings at the Teen Choice Awards, while also having been nominated for Favorite TV Drama and Lead Actor — Travis Fimmel at the People’s Choice awards and the Teen Choice Awards.

– I think we can have some fun.

18. Goliath

Goliath is a legal thriller drama created by Amazon Studios, that shows you the trials and tribulations of a lawyer, who is forced to defend an accused murderer.

But, it seems almost impossible, due to modern justice system that doesn’t believe in equality of all people.

The first season originally consisted of six episodes. Since the show is a prequel to the original, the series began with the young Goliath and follows him as he grows up under the guidance of the adults of the family, who were forced to leave him and his people behind when they were forced out of their native country of the United States and into the wilderness.

It has a 4.5-star rating based on 80,859 customer reviews on Amazon Prime which is a great number but not great enough to make it first on the list. You need to make the most of the second best.

17. Hannibal

Hannibal is a psychological thriller drama television series based on the novels of Thomas Harris. The series is written by Bryan Fuller and has been produced for the Sony Pictures Television.

There is a psychiatrist who has no family, no friends, and whose specialty is the study of murder. He is an expert at observing human behavior, and he is the only psychiatrist who has ever escaped the mental institution where he is detained.

The first series was a great success, winning several awards, including the Saturn Award for Best Network Television Series.

There are many online reviews suggesting that the show is one of the best TV shows, especially for those who want to see how people can live together in the suburbs.

16. Catastrophe

Catastrophe is a good show to watch if you’re into your sitcoms.

The sitcom was broadcast on television on January 19, 2015, on Channel 4. It was written by Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney.

The movie follows a couple who decide to get to know each other better. It turns out that one of them is pregnant.

It was widely reviewed, it was well-received by the audience, and it was nominated for many industry awards, including a Peabody Award and a Primetime Emmy Award.

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15. Boardwalk Empire

The fifteenth best TV show on Amazon Prime is Boardwalk Empire,
which is about an era of prohibition in 1920s Atlantic City.

American crime drama television series. Terrance Winter was the creator of the series and the show aired on HBO.

The movie is about the rise of organized crime, in prohibition-era Atlantic City, and stars Steve Buscemi as Nucky Thompson.

Season 2 was even better with more shocking storylines and even more powerful performances from Hanks (as Hank Moody) and Jones (as Gretchen Cutler), as well as a few new faces, including Jim Belushi as Patrick, the new love interest of Gretchen’s.

The series follows a group of friends — each of whom have their own story which they’re not sure how to tell.

14. Justified

In this tv drama, different people have different skills, they fight for justice.
In conclusion, we have to be like our teacher and understand where we need to be.

“Gail’s” first appearance in the series. It is in the pilot episode of “Justified,” which began airing in September 2010.

He’s also the protagonist in the hit TV series “Justified,” which is known for its realistic depictions of rural life in the American heartland.

The show aired on FX and is well-liked for its acting and art direction, and for the performance of Olyphant.

The first season has a 4.5-star rating, the second season has a 4.4-star rating, the third season has a 4.3-star rating, the fourth season has a 4.4-star rating, the fifth season has a 4.3-star rating, the sixth season has a 4.4-star rating, and the seventh season has a 4.2-star rating.

13. Downton Abbey

After the end of Downton Abbey, the next best TV show on Amazon Prime is Downton Abbey.

The show stars Peter Serafinowicz as the character of Gordon Cole, an agent working for the National Security Agency who is trying to solve the mystery of what happened to a missing agent.

The show is based on a book series written by Mrs. Downton Abbey, whose main character is Lady Mary, the cousin of the Earl of Grantham. The series first aired on ITV in the UK on September 19, 2009.

An episode focusing on the lives of fictional cousins, Charles and Emma Meredith, is the first full-length drama to be filmed in the United Kingdom.

The show follows the Crawley family and their servants during the years after the reign of Queen Victoria.

Its rating on Amazon is based on thousands of reviews.

12. Luther

The British crime drama television series was written by Neil Cross.

After the events of DCI, John Luther, the obsessed and sometimes violent inspector who can’t manage to prevent himself from being consumed by the darkness of his cases, follows up on his case.

When we first started this project we thought that it would be good to include some of our favorite and classic moments from the show. We had a lot of fun creating these and we hope that you do too. Happy watching!

What people are saying is that season one has been given 4.5 stars.

Watch it!
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11. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel shows us that a woman can be anything she wants to be.

“American Pose” is an American period comedy drama which will premiere on Amazon Prime in March 2017.

“It follows Miriam Maisel, a housewife in New York City, who realizes she has a talent for stand-up comedy and goes off to try and pursue a career.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel was received well by critics and was a winner of a Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy in 2017.

10. Bosch

In the season premiere of the second season of The Affair, Noah Solloway discovers his wife’s affair with his best friend.

Amazon was the only one that invested in the production of the first season (six episodes), and co-financed the subsequent seasons.

Michael Connelly’s novels Echo Park, The Concrete Blonde, and City of Bones are the main influences for the season’s plot.

The current season is in its sixth year.

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9. Curb Your Enthusiasm

The Curb Your Enthusiasm premiered on October 15, 2000 and became the first scripted show on the American cable channel Comedy Central.

The show is based on the real life of creator Larry David and fictionalizes him as a semi retired television writer and producer in Los Angeles and New York.

The show received high critical acclaim since its release and has been nominated for, and won, several industry awards, like a Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy.

On December 3, 2013, The Hollywood Reporter announced in their December 3, 2013 issue that the cast is reuniting for another series, titled The Hollywood Reporter Presents.

Curb Your Enthusiasm is currently in its tenth season, with the eleventh season in the pipe-line.

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8. Deadwood

Airing from 2006 to 2008, the show was set in the Dakota Territory and follows three rival factions as they fight for control of the region.

After the death of his wife, a businessman decides to turn his life around to help the city of Boston where he grew up. His way brings him in conflict with a gang, who have a reputation for being very dangerous.

Deadwood is set in the 1870s in the town of Deadwood, South Dakota, and follows the town’s growth over time, from its humble beginnings to its booming days as a Wild West boom town.

A few months after Deadwood was released, it became one of the most acclaimed TV series ever.

7. Six Feet Under

Six Feet Under was a show that premiered on HBO on June 3, 2001. It started with five seasons of 23 episodes each and eventually ended on August 21, 2005.

The American drama television series is based on the life of the Fisher family who own and operate a funeral home in Los Angeles. They deal with death, disease, suicide, and all other aspects dealing with human emotion.

The show was met with widespread critical acclaim and won numerous awards. It’s regarded by many as one of the greatest television series of all time.

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6. 30 Rock

The 30 Rock was created by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock, and it premiered on October 11, 2006, on NBC. It ended on January 31, 2013, on the NBC television network.

The show takes place in a fictionalized version of the world of Saturday Night Live (SNL), which in the show is the show that was produced by Fey’s fictionalized version of 30 Rock.

At the Primetime Emmy Awards, the show was honored with four Television Production Guild Awards, including Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series. At the Golden Globe Awards ceremony, the show won the award for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy.

5. Parks And Recreation

Parks and Recreation won the People’s Choice Award for best comedy series back in 2014 and since then, the series has only gotten better. The show has been a hit with audiences worldwide, and its popularity is no exception in the UK.

The show follows Leslie Knope’s life as she fulfills her role as the deputy director of the parks and recreation department in the fictional town of Pawnee, Indiana.

The series aired on ABC from September 18, 2012, and ran for seven seasons, totaling 100 episodes.

The first season of Parks and Recreation received mixed reviews from TV critics; but the second and third seasons received a much better response.

The 2012 list came from TIME’s special TV issue, and it included the top 10 programs for the entire year.

4. Fleabag

Fleabag is written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge. It is based on her original one-woman show, which was performed in 2013.

A comedy centered around one woman living a chaotic life in London.

The Show was originally planned as a six episode miniseries.
A second season was announced on March 16, 2017, with a 10-episode order.

The novel received the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, making Carver’s writing a huge success and his life a success as well.

> Fleabag was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Television Series in 2020.
> Fleabag was nominated for a Golden Globe for Best Actress in 2020.

3. The Americans

The Americans was the third best TV show on Amazon Prime.

The story is all about two Soviet KGB operatives posing as American spies in Washington, DC, with their families. Their mission is to destabilize the United States government, which is why they befriend the FBI.

It was broadcast on Syfy, as a joint venture with Universal Cable Productions, for its first and only season in 2014.

The series was well received by critics for its writing, characters, and overall acting. The series won Gold Globes for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series, Outstanding Lead Actor and Outstanding Lead Actress at the 70th Golden Globe Awards.

2. The Sopranos

A show about a mafia family that is perhaps known for its complex relationships between the families.

The American television drama series follows the life of an American Mafia boss who is very protective of his family.

The award winning TV series is widely regarded as one of the greatest television series of all time and has been nominated for and won several industry awards, including 21 Primetime Emmy Awards and five Golden Globe Awards.

Although the show aired on CTV, it was not originally set in Canada, but rather in New York City.

1. The Wire

The Wire is the best TV show on Amazon Prime, but it does show that they can add original programming for this platform.

The show premiered on June 2, 2002, on HBO, and revolves around Baltimore’s inner-city drug scene, controlled by Avon Barksdale.

Police detective James McNulty is assigned to take down the notorious Kingpin. However, it’s a lot more complicated than he and his team anticipated, so they quickly escalate.

The Wire received a positive reception and has since earned many awards.


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The Wire, The Sopranos, and Boardwalk Empire are the shows that we enjoy the most. If you liked this article, check us out for the best shows ever.

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