Everything new to Prime Video in April
April brings three Prime Original Series exclusively available for Prime members to stream or download at no additional cost to their membership.
- Bosch S4: The Prime Original Series is based on Michael Connelly's best-selling novels and stars Titus Welliver and Jamie Hector. Season four chronicles the events after an attorney is murdered on the eve of his civil rights trial against the LAPD. Detective Harry Bosch is assigned to lead a task force to solve the crime before the city erupts in a riot. Bosch season four is available in UHD on compatible HDR devices. (April 13)
- All or Nothing: Dallas Cowboys S3: The Emmy-nominated, Prime Original Sports Documentary Series launched by Amazon and produced by NFL films, gives viewers access to the Dallas Cowboys 2017 season and shows footage unlike any that’s been captured on screen. (April 27)
- Little Big Awesome S1A: The Prime Original Kids Series follows two inseparable buddies, Gluko and Lennon, who are in for a wonderfully strange adventure. Not only must they get a lost little bubble back home to Bubble Land, they need to make it back in time to stop a group of adorable yet naughty kittens from messing up Grandma's house. (April 27)
In addition to Prime Video Originals, licensed TV series coming to the service next month include season five of History’s fictional drama Vikings and season two of BBC and Starz’s co-production The Missing. Plus, critically-acclaimed films like The Florida Project (Willem Dafoe) and Friday the 13th (Betsy Palmer), as well as popular titles likes Spaceballs (Mel Brooks and John Candy), Troy (Brad Pitt) and Uptown Girls (Brittany Murphy and Dakota Fanning) join existing films on Prime Video.
Next month through Amazon Channels, Prime members subscribed to CBS All Access can enjoy the live sporting event The Masters and the live music event 2018 Academy of Country Music Awards. On HBO, action fans can watch the season two premiere of Westworld or check out the newest mini-series Howards End on STARZ. Drama fans looking for adventure can tune into the series two premiere of The Good Karma Hospital on Acorn TV. For a full overview of streaming on Amazon Channels visit the What’s On Guide.
And, starting in April, Prime Video is bringing UFC Pay-Per-View live events to customers in the U.S. Kicking off this month is UFC 223 Ferguson vs. Khabib, which will be available on April 7. UFC on Prime Video Pay-Per-View is available for purchase on an event-by-event basis for $64.99, with no Prime membership required.
For a full overview of streaming on Amazon Channels visit the What’s On Guide.