After a quiet start to the year, Amazon Prime Video are ramping up their content as we enter February, debuting three new series: bubbly dramedy The Bold Type, gritty crime drama Absentia and F1 documentary Grand Prix Driver, a behind the scenes look at the McLaren racing team.
On top of this there’s the return of Peter Serafinowicz fronted superhero spoof The Tick and orchestral comedy Mozart in the Jungle, plus some brilliant films – Paul Thomas Anderson’s Magnolia and Hitchcock’s Dial M for Murder – arriving, too.
Check out the best movies and TV shows arriving on Amazon Prime Video in February below.
Friday 2nd February
Absentia: season 1 FBI agent Emily Byrne (Stana Katic) re-appears after six years missing, with amnesia
Wednesday 7th February
ConstantineKeanu Reeves stars as a man who can communicate with heaven and hell
The Bold Type: season 1 Dramedy inspired by the life of Joanna Coles, former editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan magazine
Grand Prix Driver: season 1 A behind-the-scenes look at the McLaren racing team
Wednesday 14th February
CatwomanHalle Berry may never live this heavily-panned take on the feline superhero down
Friday 16th February
Mozart in the Jungle: series 4 Dramedy focusing on the New York City Philharmonic orchestra
Tuesday 20th February
No Stone Unturned: The Loughinisland Story Legendary documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney investigates the 1994 Loughinisland massacre, which saw six Irishmen murdered while watching the World Cup in a pub
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