New titles coming to Amazon Prime and Amazon Video in August
Amazon has released a list of new titles arriving on Prime Video and Amazon Video in August, along with notable highlights from Amazon Channels.
August brings a number of highly-anticipated TV series available for Prime members to stream or download on Prime Video at no additional cost to their membership including two new Amazon Originals, the new live-action series, “The Kicks,” an empowering story of a twelve-year-old soccer player Devin, and the Amazon Original Movie Elvis & Nixon, the untold true story behind the meeting between the King of Rock ‘n Roll and President Nixon.
New to Prime Video next month are seasons 4 & 5 of Showtime’s “House of Lies,” which is also available for rent or purchase through Amazon Video and as an add-on subscription through Amazon Channels. Additionally, movies like the classic A Clockwork Orange and thriller Cloverfield join titles on Prime Video. As you may know, Amazon announced just last month that Prime Video is the exclusive streaming home for a selection of Warner Bros. classics, with new titles to be added each month – August additions include You’ve Got Mail and the full collections of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and The Matrix.
In addition, Amazon Video welcomes a number of titles for purchase this month including films like, The Huntsman: Winter’s War starring Chris Hemsworth and Charlize Theron and kid friendly The Jungle Book. Amazon Video also brings the latest in TV with “Game of Thrones” season 6, “The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy” season 6 and “Ink Masters” season 8.
Lastly, through Amazon Channels, which now includes more than sixty subscription options for Prime members to pick from — Showtime, Starz, Seeso, Acorn TV and many more. Next month, Prime members will have access to new channels like the gamer network, Machinima and Shout! Factory.
See below for a complete list of August titles available on Prime Video and Amazon Video formatted within a grid and simple list for your convenience.
New in August – Available for Streaming on Prime
New in August – Available for Purchase on Amazon Video