From ‘Jack Ryan’ to ‘Carnival Row,’ 7 Thrilling Shows You Can Watch on Amazon Prime Right Now

It’s not always easy to find a new series to dive into. Luckily, Amazon Prime has a number of original shows that are totally worth the watch. From Jack Ryan to Carnival Row, here are seven thrilling series you can stream on Amazon Prime right now. 

John Krasinski in 'Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan'
John Krasinski in ‘Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan’ Amazon Prime Video

1. ‘Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan’

Based on the popular book series, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan is a political thriller that follows a CIA analyst and former marine Jack Ryan (John Krasinski) as he finds himself in the middle of a dangerous terrorist plot. Both riveting seasons of the series are currently streaming on Amazon Prime. 

2. ‘Carnival Row’

Starring Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne, Carnival Row is set in a magical steampunk-style Victorian city, filled with faeries, humans, and other magical creatures. There is a war brewing between the races, and in the midst of the tension, dangerous monsters emerge, unlikely allies are formed, and an epic romance begins to unfold. 

3. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

The award-winning drama-comedy, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, tells the story of Midge (Rachel Brosnahan), a young housewife who tries to make it big as a comedian in 1950s New York City. Now into its third season, the Amazon series has earned eight Primetime Emmy Awards and three Golden Globes.

4. ‘Hanna’

Filled with action and adventure, Hanna follows a powerful teen and her father who are hiding out in a remote forest in Poland. The young girl finds herself being pursued by elite CIA forces, and she eventually learns the truth about her unnatural abilities. 

The series stars Esme Creed-Miles and Joel Kinnaman. Season 2 of Hanna premieres on Amazon Prime July 3. 

5. ‘The Boys’

Amazon’s The Boys offers a look into a world of superheroes, where ego, money, and power are the ultimate incentives. As a corrupt organization of famous heroes abuses their status and power, a group of super vigilantes joins to fight back. Season 2 of The Boys is slated to premiere September 4. 

6. ‘Man In The High Castle’

What would the world look like if the Germans and the Japanese won World War II? You can get a glimpse of that sinister existence in Man In The High Castle. In this dystopian world, where the United States is divided into Japanese and German territories, a mysterious film emerges. 

The film depicts a world in which the United States and its allies won the war, and it spawns hope into the hearts of the oppressed.  Featuring elements of science-fiction, the series is a compelling watch from start to finish. All four seasons are available on Amazon.

7. ‘Fleabag’

Breaking the fourth wall, Fleabag follows a hilarious 33-year-old unfiltered, sexual, and grief-ridden single woman, who lets you in on exactly what she’s thinking. In its two seasons, the series earned numerous accolades, including Outstanding Lead Actress and Outstanding Writing for series star and creator, Phoebe Waller-Bridge.