Amazon January 2017 Movie and TV Titles Announced

Amazon January 2017 movie and TV titles announced

The new Amazon January 2017 titles are here for everything arriving on Prime Video and Amazon Video next month, along with notable highlights from Amazon Channels.

January brings three highly-anticipated Amazon Original Series for Prime members to stream or download at no additional cost to their membership:

Sneaky Pete: The Amazon Original drama series stars Giovanni Ribisi and Margo Martindale and is produced by Bryan Cranston and Seth Gordon—the series tells the story of a con-man who takes cover from his past by assuming the identity of his cellmate, Pete, and then “reunites” with Pete’s estranged family who have no reason to suspect he’s not their long-lost loved one. (1/13/17)

Just Add Magic Season 2: The second season of the Amazon Original live-action kid’s series, based on Cindy Callaghan’s book, follows the girls’ Last-Ditch Layer Cake, which breaks every spell in town and miraculously brings Grandma Quinn back to her normal self, however it also brings back an old enemy, Chuck Hankins. (1/13/17)

Z: The Beginning of Everything: The Amazon Original drama series, created by Dawn Prestwich and Nicole Yorkin starring Christina Ricci chronicles the life of Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, starting before she meets the unpublished writer F. Scott Fitzgerald, and moves through their love affair and marriage. (1/27/17)

In addition to Amazon Original Series, licensed TV series coming to Prime Video next month include Season 2 of PBS’s hit drama series Mercy Street and Season 2 of BBC’s Irish drama series, Red Rock. Additionally, children’s films like Happy Feet and crime dramas like American History X join existing films on Prime Video.

Amazon Video also welcomes a number of new titles available for purchase this month including films like, The Girl on the Train starring Emily Blunt and Justin Theroux, along with action-packed crime adventures like Inferno and The Accountant. Amazon Video brings the latest in TV with new episodes airing the day after broadcast for series like; Bones Season 12, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 12 and Sleepy Hollow Season 4.

January is a star-studded month for Amazon Channels. Prime members who sign-up for the HBO subscription can watch the premiere of the HBO limited series Young Pope, starring Jude Law and Diane Keaton and directed by Paolo Sorrentino. Available for subscribers through STARZ is the fourth and final season of Michael Bay’s Black Sails. Also available through Amazon Channels are a variety of fitness and yoga subscriptions to help you keep your New Year’s resolutions.

See below for a complete list of January titles available on Prime Video, Amazon Video and Amazon Channels for your convenience.

New in January – Available for Streaming on Prime

TV Season Start Date

We’re Going on a Bear Hunt 1 1/9/17

Sneaky Pete *(AMAZON ORIGINAL) 1 1/13/17

Just Add Magic *(AMAZON ORIGINAL) 2 1/13/17

Red Rock 2 1/17/17

The A-Word 1 1/17/17

America Divided 1 1/26/17

Z: The Beginning of Everything *(AMAZON ORIGINAL) 1 1/27/16

Mercy Street 2 1/29/17

Movies Start Date

Blood Diamond 1/1/17

13 Hours: Secret soldiers of Benghazi 1/1/17

Across the Universe 1/1/17

Happy Feet 1/1/17

Rent 1/1/17

Hellboy (2004) 1/1/17

Radio (2003) 1/1/17

Stardust 2007 1/1/17

American History X 1/1/17

Norm of the North 1/1/17

Are We There Yet 1/1/17

Are We Done Yet 1/1/17

Maid in Manhattan 1/1/17

She’s All That 1/3/17

The Infiltrator 2016 1/9/17

Where to Invade Next 1/22/17

The Choice 1/23/17

Dirty Grandpa 1/27/17

Swiss Army Man 1/30/17

New in January – Available for Streaming on Amazon Video

TV Season Start Date

Bones 12 1/4/17

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia 12 1/5/17

Sleepy Hollow 4 1/7/17

Movies Start Date

The Girl on the Train (2016) 1/3/17

Ouija: Origin of Evil 1/10/17

Deepwater Horizon 1/10/17

The Accountant (2016) 1/10/17

Inferno (2016) 1/24/17

New in January – Available for Streaming on Amazon Channels

TV Season Start Date

Young Pope (HBO) 1 1/15/17

Black Sails (STARZ) 4 1/29/17