‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ and All the December 2019 Arrivals on Amazon Prime Video
Sing it with us: On the first day of December, and on your TV—is a bunch of new content to stream. Fortunately, there are more than 12 days in the month, giving you plenty of time to binge-watch old classics, new original movies, and TV series. Amazon Prime Video will not be outdone by all the other platforms out there, and wants you to know what’s hitting the service this month so you can add it to your rotation when it’s time to unwind this holiday season. Mrs. Maisel and more are lining up to greet viewers for December.
December 1, 2019
The first day of the month features a load of films released between 1964 and 2015. Look out for your old faves on this listing.
A Better Life
Havana Motor Club
Out of Time
Some Kind of Wonderful
The Winning Season
My Boss’ Daughter
The Last Black Man in San Francisco
Head into your weekend by setting up your queue with these Prime Originals. You might discover something new, including Amazon’s version of the famous red dog, Clifford.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (Amazon Original – season three) Midge is on a nationwide tour with her manager Susie in this all new season.
Clifford (Amazon Original – season one)
Inside Edge (Amazon Original – season two)
Light of My Life
Fast Color – This supernatural/sci-fi drama features Gugu Mbatha-Raw as a woman with special abilities on the run and in need of something she abandoned.
The Expanse – Season four is now part of the Amazon Original lineup after being canceled by Syfy. Fans can now watch the first three seasons of the show on Amazon and await the 10 new episodes in December. Members of the Rocinante will explore new realms and resources in this new installment and in season five. Amazon has already renewed the sci-fi series for another round.
The Aeronauts – Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones star in this highly-anticipated Amazon Original film about a Victorian era scientist who sets off to chart new territory in weather science—in a hot air balloon. If you want to know more about it, check out Redmayne’s recent Q &A on this Reddit thread.
The Wedding Year – For those who like rom-coms, check out Sarah Hyland and Tyler James Williams in this comedy centered on young couple who attend seven weddings in one year.
The Kill Team
Night Hunter – Prefer an action flick for Christmas Day? Then check out this film starring Henry Cavill and Ben Kingsley.
Wonder Park – If someone in your life loves animated features, then catch Wonder Park to tap into the imagination of a little girl named June.
Transformers: Dark of the Moon
What Men Want – This remake of Mel Gibson’s What Women Want stars Taraji P. Henson as a successful executive who has trouble in the love department—until a magic spell changes it all.
Man on the Moon