We have a list of new Amazon August titles coming to Amazon Prime Video and Amazon Video which you can check out below!
August brings four highly-anticipated Amazon Original Series available for Prime members to stream or download at no additional cost to their membership: · Comrade Detective: The Amazon Original Comedy Series co-produced with A24 stars Channing Tatum and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The series is a cop spoof based on the 1980s Romanian TV series – a sleek and gritty police show that promoted Communist ideals and inspired a deep nationalism. (8/4/17) Lost in Oz: The Amazon Original Kids Series is a contemporary re-imagining of L. Frank Baum’s extraordinary universe, and follows Dorothy Gale’s journey in a strange new land with her trusty dog Toto. (8/4/17) The Tick: The Amazon Original Comedy Series stars Peter Serafinowicz, and follows an accountant with no superpowers as he teams up with an unlikely superhero to stop villains from taking over. In addition to HD and SD, The Tick will be available in HDR on compatible HDR devices. (8/25/17) Tumble Leaf S3: The Emmy Award-winning Amazon Original Kids Series created by Drew Hodges is based on the short film Miro, and chronicles the adventures of a blue fox and his caterpillar friend on Tumble Leaf island as they explore and learn about the world around them. (8/15/17)
In addition to Amazon Original Series, licensed TV series coming to Prime Video next month include Season 1 of PBS’s British drama Victoria and Season 1 of BBC’s drama Undercover. Additionally, popular comedies like Florence Foster Jenkins (Meryl Streep) and Superbad (Jonah Hill), along with horror films like My Bloody Valentine and the full collection of Saw, join existing films on Prime Video.
Amazon Video also welcomes two new titles available for purchase this month, including newly-released film Everything, Everything starring Amandla Stenberg, along with season four of TNT’s action-drama series The Last Ship, with new episodes airing the day after broadcast.
Next month through Amazon Channels, Prime members who subscribe to HBO can watch the adventures of Newt Scamander in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them or follow Natalie Portman’s portrayal of former first lady Jackie Kennedy in the movie, Jackie. Showtime launches season five of Ray Donovan, the “fixer” for Hollywood’s elite, and new documentary about the late, legendary Whitney Houston, Whitney: Can I Be Me. Starz continues Season 4 of Survivor’s Remorse and vampire, action flick Underworld: Blood Wars. Make it a family night by streaming all-new episodes of Daniel Tiger on PBS Kids, or have a date night re-watching hits like Men in Black and Saving Private Ryan on Fullscreen.
See below for a complete list of July titles available on Amazon Prime Video, Amazon Video and Amazon Channels:
New in August – Available for Streaming on Prime
TV Comrade Detective (Amazon Original) Season 1 – 8/4/17 Lost in Oz (Amazon Original) Season 1 – 8/4/17 Tumble Leaf (Amazon Original) Season 3 – 8/15/17 Undercover Season 1 – 8/17/17 The Tick (Amazon Original) Season 1 – 8/25/17 Victoria Season 1- 8/29/17
August 1 All Dogs Go to Heaven Among Friends Bad Boys (1983) Bad Company (1972) Benny & Joon Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure Box of Moonlight Breakdown (1997) Charley One-Eye Criminal Law The Dead Zone Eve’s Bayou Far from Home (1989) Friends and Lovers The General’s Daughter Ghost Hannie Caulder Harsh Times High Noon The Mod Squad New in Town (2009) Nulee’s Gold Once Bitten The Pursuit of D.B Cooper Save the Last Dance Saw Saw II Saw III Saw IV Saw V Teen Wolf Teen Wolf Too Terry Fator: Live in Concert Wayne’s World 2
August 2 Valkyrie
August 4 Superbad (Unrated)
August 5 The Ticket
August 17 Nick Offerman & Megan Mullally: Summer of 69: No Apostrophe
August 19 My Bloody Valentine
August 20 In Secret
August 27 Florence Foster Jenkins
August 29 Gimme Shelter (2013)
New in August – Available for Streaming on Amazon Video
August 21 The Last Ship
August 1 Everything, Everything
August 8 Guardians of the Galaxy
New in August – Available for Streaming on Amazon Channels
August 1 Daniel Tiger Season 8
August 6 Ray Donovan Season 5
August 7 Vera Season 7
August 20 Survivor’s Remorse Season 4
August 21 Endeavour Season 4
August 1 Saving Private Ryan Men in Black Men in Black 2 American Gangster
August 12 Fantastic Beasts
August 19 Underworld: Blood Wars
August 26 Jackie
Documentary Channel Start Date Whitney: Can I Be Me Showtime 8/26/17