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Manchester Evening News
Jake Hackney

The new films and shows out on Amazon Prime Video this weekend – January 13

With the weekend upon us once again, it’s time for another host of exciting new films and shows dropping on streaming services. If you’re taking it easy this month and are gearing up for a lazy weekend in front of the TV, we know just what you need.

Here, we have compiled the best new content on Amazon’s Prime Video to keep you entertained this weekend. Whether you’re in the mood for the return of Al Pacino and his team of Nazi hunters, or joining hit singer-songwriter George Ezra for a journey across the UK, Amazon has you covered.

Here are the new films and shows available to stream on Prime Video this weekend:

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Hunters – Season two

In 1977 New York City, a troubled young Jewish man bent on revenge is taken in by a secret group of Nazi hunters fighting a clandestine war against the cabal of high-ranking Nazi officials in hiding who work to create the Fourth Reich. Season two picks up two years after the first season’s finale, with the now-scattered group of hunters reassembling upon learning Adolf Hitler is alive and well, hiding in South America with his wife Eva Braun.

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George Ezra: End to End

This new documentary follows George Ezra as he makes a 1,200-mile journey across the UK. Over 95 days, the British singer-songwriter and two filmmaker friends walk from the most southerly point of England, Land’s End, to the northern tip of the UK, John O’Groats, while meeting musicians from all walks of life.

The Test – Season two

The Australian Men’s Cricket Team was rocked by a cheating scandal in 2018, and had to rebuild their culture and reclaim their status as the world’s number one side with the help of former batsman and new coach Justin Langer. Returning for season two, The Test now follows the team during the end of 2021 and the beginning of 2022, which sees the cricketers lose two integral members of their team.


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