In the near-future UK, two up-and-coming rappers will work to make a name for themselves. Jungle follows their journey as they try to rise to the top while avoiding the consequences of their actions. If you’re wondering how to watch Jungle on Prime Video, here are some methods to do so.
Where to Watch Jungle
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How Many Episodes Are in Jungle?
There are six episodes in Jungle. Each episode lasts 45 minutes on average. You can check the complete list of Jungle episodes and their scheduled date release here below.
- “Welcome to the Jungle”: September 30, 2022
- “No Matter the Cost”: September 30, 2022
- “Go. Going. Gone.”: September 30, 2022
- “God Bless the Hood”: September 30, 2022
- “Flowers Blossom”: September 30, 2022
- “We All Fall Down”: September 30, 2022
What Are the Critics Saying About Jungle?
Jungle received a 67% from critics and a 35% from audience viewers. Audiences overall panned the series, finding it boring and predictable. While the show makes up for it somewhat with quality cinematography and special effects, viewers state the show is mostly style over substance.
“Jungle’s plot is over-simplistic, but the characterization and artistry are strong, and the spirit of bold experimentation is admirable.” – Barbara Ellen, Observer (UK)
“The buzzing vibe of the show is only enhanced by its gorgeous neon futuristic take on London…it also acts as the perfect foil to a show blurring the lines of realism in its design and attitude.” – Tori Brazier, Metro.co.uk
Is Jungle Suitable for Kids?
Jungle is rated TV-MA which is suitable for viewers over the age of 17. The series may contain real-world topics, themes, and frightening or intense scenes not suitable for younger viewers.