March brings one Amazon Original Movie and three Prime Original Series exclusively available for Prime members to stream or download at no additional cost to their membership.

  • Brad’s Status: The Amazon Original Movie stars Ben Stiller. A trip to Boston with his college bound son triggers a crisis of confidence for Brad Sloan as he reassesses his own life choices in a bittersweet comedy from writer and director Mike White. (March 2)
  • Sneaky Pete S2: The Prime Original Series stars Giovanni Ribisi and follows Marius who has been disguising himself as Pete to escape his past. Marius now finds himself answering for Pete’s past when thugs threaten to kill the Bernhardts if he doesn’t take them to Pete’s mother, who apparently stole millions from her employer. Sneaky Pete season two is available in HDR on compatible HDR devices. (March 9)
  • The Dangerous Book for Boys S1: The Prime Original Series is based on Conn and Hal Iggulden’s book, and follows a boy named Wyatt and his brothers as they deal with the death of their father. He leaves his sons a copy of “The Dangerous Book for Boys,” which inspires a fantasy world in which Wyatt reconnects with his father while learning important life lessons. The Dangerous Book for Boys season one is available in HDR on compatible HDR devices. (March TBD)
  • The Remix S1: The Prime Original Series is the new sound of Indian music! On this music competition show, some of the coolest musicians rejig, reshuffle and remix popular Bollywood songs. The ten competing teams give it their all to put out riveting performances to impress the celebrity judges: Sunidhi Chauhan, Amit Trivedi and Nucleya! (March 9)

In addition to Prime Originals, licensed TV series coming to Prime Video next month include season two of PBS’s thriller The Tunnel and season 2 of British comedy The Durrells in Corfu.

Additionally, blockbuster hit films like Zathura: A Space Adventure (Josh Hutcherson) and Amelie (Audrey Tautou), as well as popular titles like LOL (Miley Cyrus) and Power Rangers (Dacre Montgomery) join existing films on Prime Video.

Finally, sci-fi fantasy film from director Luc Besson, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (Dane DeHaan and Cara Delevingne), will become available exclusively on Prime Video starting March 1st.

Next month through Amazon Channels, Prime members subscribed to CBS All Access can enjoy season two of the acclaimed series The Good Fight. On HBO, comedy fans can watch the season five premiere of Silicon Valley or check out the newest series Barry. Drama fans looking for an edge of your seat experience can tune in for the series three premiere of Billions on Showtime.

For a full overview of streaming on Amazon Channels visit the What’s On Guide.