20 TV Shows on Amazon That Are Actually Worth Watching

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So, you’re a certified couch potato, and you’ve got Amazon Prime Video? Buckle up then, because you’re about to dive into the mother of all streaming services. We’re not just talking about good shows and movies – we’re talking about the best ones you can find on Amazon.

Here are some of the TV Shows on Amazon that are ACTUALLY worth watching!

1. Bosch

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If you haven’t met Detective Harry Bosch, you’re living in the dark ages!
A discerning Reddit user commented, “I’m not usually a fan of crime shows, but Bosch is something else. That’s peak Amazon Prime Video.”
Another added, “Bosch is better than Bosch: Legacy. Season two of Bosch: Legacy evolved to be more like the original, probably heard the complaints.”
Mystery, drama, and Bosch’s stoic one-liners – it’s a combo that never fails.

2. Mr. Robot

Mr Robot
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One said, “Mr Robot is peak television”
Another person agreed to it and said, “I am his archetype, and it’s like watching myself in terms of his mannerisms, dress, vibe (coder), etc. I write content for the web with the lights off in a terminal font.”

Plus, Rami Malek’s performance is so good; that you’ll wonder if he’s been hacking your emotions.

3. Good Omens

Description: David Tennant (Crowley).
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“Good Omens” is a total game-changer. Angels and demons teaming up to stop the apocalypse? Sign us up.
A Reddit user wrote, “Good Omens. This series captures the LA cinematography exceptionally well.”
Another replied, “One of the only show series I’ve watched multiple times. I recommend this to anybody looking for engaging shows series to watch.”

4. The Boys

The Boys.
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Now, let’s get rowdy with “The Boys.” Superheroes gone rogue, breaking all the rules and then some. It’s gritty, it’s dark, and it’s the anti-Marvel you never knew you needed.
A discerning Reddit user commented, “I haven’t read the books but IMO season 1 of Boys was excellent television. I am definitely looking forward to season 2 in a few weeks.”
Another added, “Came to say this. Only on season 4, but was season 3 a thrill ride.”

5. The Consultant

The Consultant.
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One said, “The consultant. First two seasons of it were fantastic! Season 3 had elements of greatness, and finished well too”
Another person shared similar thoughts and mentioned, “One of the best shows I’ve ever watched. Most people don’t even know it exists.”
It’s got that spy thriller vibe, and Amir Malaklou as the Consultant? Absolute gold.

6. The Tick

The Tick.
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A Reddit user wrote, “The Tick. They just have it all figured out. The catchy title theme and music along with the cadence of the title splash screen it’s just great”
Another replied, “Came here to say this. Absolutely amazing, incredibly smart hard science fiction.”
Wacky, wild, and downright hilarious – it’s the superhero show we never knew we needed.

7. Electric Dreams

Electric Dreams.
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A discerning Reddit user commented, “Electric Dreams. Best sci-fi show out there.”
Another added, “They managed to make a good series from a very short story. The concepts were perfect science fiction. I’m surprised more people haven’t seen it.”
If you’re into mind-bending, reality-twisting sci-fi, this one’s your jam.

8. The Man In The High Castle

The Man In The High Castle.
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One said, “I like Man in the High Castle. I felt late season 2 into 3 dragged. Season 1 was tight and drew me in. Season 4 was a great finish.”
Another replied, “Amazing Vision of the person who wrote this storyline…”
Conspiracy theories, political intrigue, and a world where everything is upside down – it’s a mind warp, and you won’t want to escape.

9. The Expanse

The Expanse.
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A Reddit user wrote, “The Expanse is some absolutely phenomenal sci-fi.”
Another person shared similar thoughts and mentioned, “It hits its stride in season 3. Absolutely some of the best sci-fi ever.”
Space, politics, and a dash of intergalactic drama; it has it all!

10. Patriot

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A discerning Reddit user commented, “Patriot – best execution of dark comedy ever. CIA agent struggles with depression due to killing people, sometimes the wrong ones due to bad intel. He soldiers on but copes by smoking weed and playing folk guitar, which he’s good at- too good, in fact…”
Another added, “I love shows about intelligence, and “Patriot” is very much “what if the Coen brothers wrote a TV show about CIA?” They didn’t write it, but same vibe as “Burn After Reading.””
This one isn’t just binge-worthy; it is binge-necessary.

11. Invincible

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One said, “Invincible. Invincible. Invincible.”
Another replied, “Yup! It’s VERY well done. I’m not huge into cartoons and love this show. Be warned that it can be very violent though (though the violence always serves to advance the story).”
This isn’t your typical city-saving routine. Nope, it’s got blood, guts, and a plot twist that’ll have you questioning everything you thought you knew about animated superhero shows.

12. Fleabag

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a genius, and this show is her masterpiece.
A Reddit user wrote, “Fleabag is the best show on Prime.”
Another person shared similar thoughts and mentioned, “Just started the first season they have and have read most of the books. Definitely worth watching.”

13. Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.
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A discerning Reddit user commented, “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel… Especially the early seasons. Love the pilot”
Another added, “One of the best shows I’ve ever seen. And the performances from Rachel Brosnahan and Alex Borstein – and all of the parents OMG, are just so, so excellent.”
The outfits are fabulous, the humor is razor-sharp, and Midge Maisel is the feminist icon we never knew we needed.

14. Jury Duty

Jury Duty.
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One said, “Jury Duty is incredible! So hilarious! It’s a must watch!”
Another person shared similar thoughts and mentioned, “This! The show is sooo good and surprised me with how funny and hard it could hit.”
It’s a comedy about the chaotic world of serving on a jury, and let us tell you, the courtroom has never been this entertaining.

15. Upload

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Imagine a future where you can choose your afterlife, and it’s all digital. It’s like Black Mirror but with more laughs and a hint of romance!
A Reddit user wrote, “I laugh & cry to Upload”
Another replied, “Upload is ridiculously awesome. I have the feeling that will be dealing with some of these things at some point in the future”

16. Jack Reacher

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Someone commented, “Jack Reacher. I have read (and listened to) every one of the books and the series is maybe the best book to TV around.”
Another added, “Reacher starts a new season soon, 1st season was quite as good as the books, Hope the 2nd is even better.”
It’s intense and packed with action!

17. Sneaky Pete

Sneaky Pete.
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One said, “Came here to mention Sneaky Pete. One of my favorites from the last decade and still bummed that it didn’t get more seasons.”
Another person agreed to it and said, “Streamers do such a bad job marketing Sneaky Pete and then they complain that they aren’t getting views or making money. Bunch of dummies.”
Just when you think you’ve got it figured out, BAM – plot twist! Giovanni Ribisi is basically the king of pulling off cons, and you’ll be on the edge of your seat, cheering for the bad guy who’s actually a good guy.

18. Hanna

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“Hanna” is next on the hit list.
A Reddit user wrote, “Hanna. It’s on prime”
Another replied, “That was a must-watch for me because Mireille Enos was a senior when I was a freshman at HSPVA (High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, Houston).”

19. Tales From The Loop

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Another added, “‘Tales from the loop’ if you like sci-fi. It’s like retro sci-fi, pretty cool. Each episode is it’s own weird story like Black Mirror, but they all tie into eachother.”
Another added, “I enjoyed Tales from the Loop; didn’t want it to end.”
It’s a mix of stunning visuals, mind-bending stories, and a touch of the supernatural. It’s the kind of show that makes you question reality while also appreciating the beauty in the strangest places.

20. ZeroZeroZero

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One said, “ZeroZeroZero is the best show I’ve seen on Prime.”
Another person shared similar thoughts and mentioned, “This is must-see Amazon Prime. Completely original and very entertaining.”
Drugs, power struggles, and a dash of Italian drama – it’s a rollercoaster of criminality, and you won’t want to get off.

12 of the Most Annoying TV Show Characters of All Time, According to the Internet

Orange is the new black.
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There are plenty of characters on TV that just plain irk you, but a few are written so irritating that it actively detracts from the show. We tracked down some fan answers with what they thought the most annoying TV show characters of all time was and these were some of the most popular answers.

A few characters were written annoying on purpose but others seem to be the victim of bad writing or poor acting. Either way, they sure make some of these shows hard to watch!

12 of the Most Annoying TV Show Characters of All Time, According to the Internet

13 Cancelled Netflix Shows That Are Still Worth a Watch

Altered Carbon.
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Netflix is notorious for canceling shows, but just because a show was canceled prematurely doesn’t mean it is not worth watching.

A discussion on the Internet recently highlighted which shows were cut short but still deserve to be watched “as-is.”

Here they are!

Netflix Cancelled These 13 Shows, But They’re Still Worth Your Time

20 TV Shows That Were Canceled for Reasons That Still Baffle Us

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People get seriously attached to TV shows. They invest time, emotions, and memes into them. And when a show gets canceled, it feels like a piece of their world is crumbling.

Social media explodes with rants, petitions, and hashtags. Fans might even stage elaborate campaigns to bring the show back from the dead- it’s a digital rebellion!

20 TV Shows That Were Canceled for Reasons That Still Baffle Us

12 Movies Where the Bad Guys Won Instead of the Heroes

Hereditary (2018).
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We all love to root for the villain every now and then! On that subject, we rounded up some of the best movies where the bad guys won instead of the heroes. I can’t believe how many great answers there were to this question from movie buffs!

12 Movies Where the Bad Guys Won Instead of the Heroes

12 Movies That Are Just Plain Awful, But We Love Them Anyway

Van Helsing (2004).
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It’s OK to like bad movies. You don’t need to defend your choices or agree with what the critics say. Movies are subjective, after all! To make you feel better about your questionable favorites we gathered up some movies that are just plain awful, but we love anyway.

12 Movies That Are Just Plain Awful, But We Love Them Anyway

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