10 Underrated Shows You Can Watch on Amazon Prime (Photos)

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Netflix and Hulu are gaining a ton of traction with hits like “Stranger Things” and “The Handmaid’s Tale.” Is Amazon an underdog in the streaming business? Check out these 10 Amazon originals that you can binge with your Prime account and decide for yourself.


Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney star in this story of unexpected pregnancy and the craziness of life that ensues. Season 1 has 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, making this British sitcom worth a try.

I Love Dick

Another show based off a book. Author Chris Kraus is played by Kathryn Hahn, Dick is played by a moody Kevin Bacon and Kraus’ husband is played by Griffin Dunne. A love triangle unfolds in Marfa, Texas, and is told artistically from a unique perspective.


Perhaps Amazon’s most popular show, the Emmy- and Golden Globe-winning “Transparent” is in its third season. The show has been lauded for bringing trans issues to the screen.

The Man in the High Castle

What would happen if Hitler had won? That’s the premise of this popular show based on the alternate history novel by Philip K. Dick. Alexa Davalos and Rupert Evans star.


Billy Bob Thornton stars in this tale of a disgraced lawyer seeking revenge. If you love conspiracy and crime shows, you might want to check this one out.


This comedy series is based on a play of the same name and follows the life of a grief ridden woman living in London. Phoebe Waller-Bridge writes and stars.

Mozart In The Jungle 

“Mozart” won an Emmy in 2016 and is now in its fourth season. Gael Garcia Bernal stars as a new maestro, Rodrigo, in New York City. This comedy drama is digestible in half-hour episodes.

Good Girls Revolt

Set in the 1970s, “Good Girls Revolt” is like “Mad Men,” except girl power, not misogyny, is at its center. Sex, drugs and a rowdy news room fuel this story about the women of fictional magazine News of the Week who demand to be treated as well as their male counterparts.

Z: The Beginning of Everything

The story of Zelda and Scott Fitzgerald as told through the wild eyes of Z herself. If you like Nicholas Sparks novels, you’ll probably enjoy this bingeable, light drama.

Sneaky Pete

A man leaving jail tries to escape further trouble by assuming the identity of his cellmate, Pete. “Breaking Bad’s” Bryan Cranston is a creator. Worth adding to your watch list.