Plus: The Koreatown killer and all those food references.
And you better believe that Det. Harry Bosch will continue to do his job, dammit.
Amazon Prime Video is bringing UFC pay-per-view live events to the U.S. market starting in April, kicking off with “UFC 223 Ferguson vs Khabib” on April 7. Even if you don’t have a Prime membership, you can purchase UFC on Prime pay-per-view separately.
Several new titles for Prime members will also be available to stream next month, including original programming like “Bosch” Season 4 and the buzzy “The Florida Project” starring Oscar nominee Willem Dafoe.
Other movies available to stream include “Uptown Girls,” starring Brittany Murphy and Dakota Fanning, “Friday the 13th,” “Spaceballs” and “Troy.” Emmy-nominated sports documentary series “All or Nothing: Dallas Cowboys” Season 3 is available on April 27. “Vikings” Season 5 and “The Missing” Season 2 will also drop next month.
See below for the complete list of titles you can stream with your Prime membership next month.
Hitler’s Bodyguard Season 1
Merlin Seasons 1-5
Storage Wars Northern Treasures
World’s Craziest Foods
A Simple Plan
A Suitable Girl
Danny Roane: First Time Director
Desperately Seeking Susan
Escape from New York
Eye for An Eye
For a Few Dollars More
Fred 3: Camp Fred
Fred: Night of the Living Fred
Fred: The Movie
Friday the 13th
Funny About Love
Man in the Moon
Married to the Mob
Quigley Down Under
She’s Having a Baby
Stand Up Guys
Standing in the Shadows of Motown
Texas Chainsaw Massacre II
The Big Wedding
The Dogs of War
The Foot Fist Way
The Karate Kid
The King of Comedy
The Marc Pease Experience
The Rage: Carrie 2
The Missing Season 2
Bosch Season 4
Red Rock Season 3
Vikings Season 5
All or Nothing: Dallas Cowboys Season 3
Little Big Awesome Season 1A
Amazon Studios has renewed “Bosch” for fifth season, ahead of the season four premiere of the hour-long cop drama in April. Executive producer Eric Overmyer, who developed “Bosch” for Amazon, is returning as co-showrunner for season 5 alongside Daniel Pyne. Overmyer, whose credits include “The Wire” and “Homicide: Life on the Streets,” had relinquished the […]
EXCLUSIVE: Ahead of Bosch‘s Season 4 premiere, which has been set for April 13, Amazon’s longest-running drama series has been renewed for a fifth season. Executive producer Eric Overmyer, who developed Bosch for television and served as showrunner for the first three seasons before leaving to become showrunner on another Amazon drama series, The Man In the High Castle, is returning. He will serve as co-showrunner alongside executive producer Daniel Pyne, who succeeded…
Amazon Prime has released its 2018 slate of original series and, where possible, premiere dates, kicking off with the New Year’s Day show Cord and Tish’s Rose Parade Special.
Here are the Amazon shows set to launch in 2018, with synopsis provided by the streaming service:
Cord and Tish’s Rose Parade Special (special) – Streams live on January 1, 2018, 8:00am PT / 11:00am ET
Cord Hosenbeck and Tish Cattigan are set to host the 2018 Rose Parade, streaming live on Amazon Prim…
APB alumna Tamberla Perry has booked a recurring role on the fourth season of Amazon drama series Bosch. Based on Michael Connelly’s bestselling Harry Bosch novels, Bosch stars Titus Welliver as the idiosyncratic, tough, jazz-loving cop. Perry will play Gabriella Lincoln, a career Internal Affairs detective. Perry was most recently a series regular on Fox’s APB as Officer Tasha Goss, and previously recurred on Starz’s Boss. She’s repped by Stewart Talent and Authentic…