Becky has spent her time following her estranged friend’s internet fame in Chloe. After Chloe’s sudden death, Becky must dive into the world of influencers to figure out why. Can Becky uncover the hidden lies behind Chloe’s life? If you’re wondering how to watch Chloe on Prime Video, here are some methods to do so.
Where to Watch Chloe
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How Many Episodes Are in Chloe?
There are six episodes in Chloe. Each episode lasts 60 minutes on average. You can check the complete list of Chloe episodes and their scheduled date release here below.
- “There Is a Light”: June 24, 2022
- “Out of Reach”: June 24, 2022
- “The Holy Trinity”: June 24, 2022
- “However Rotten”: June 24, 2022
- “Grimy Friend”: June 24, 2022
- “She Called Me”: June 24, 2022
What Are the Critics Saying About Chloe?
Chloe received a 94% from critics and 63% from audience viewers. Audiences felt the casting and acting were excellent. However, many felt the story fizzled out toward the end, leading to a disappointing conclusion. That said, if you’re interested in a typical whodunit-type series, this one may be worth watching.
“Chloe struggles to transcend its rather uninspired central theme: that there is a gulf between one’s real and online life. Nearly 20 years on from the emergence of social media, it is a message slightly too self-evident to build a whole drama around.” – Dan Einav, Financial Times
“Chloe is a series of misdirections, shattered genre expectations, and an unraveling mystery that heads into the deep dark of interpersonal relationships.” – Kate Sánchez, But Why Tho? A Geek Community
Is Chloe Suitable for Kids?
Chloe is rated as suitable for viewers ages 16+. The series may contain adult topics or graphic scenes not suitable for younger children.