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New Amazon Prime Movies & TV Shows in January

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Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis in “Thelma & Louise” (1991)

Why not start the new year with over 50 new movies and TV series on Amazon Prime? The titles are available to stream free with an Amazon Prime subscription on PCs, Macs, media players, mobile devices (tablets and phones), and TVs. You just need a web browser or the Amazon Prime Video app for iOS or Android to get started.

In January, new shows include Season 10 of Doctor Who, Season 6 of Grimm, and Season 1 of Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams among other additions. Newly added movies include feature films such as All is Lost (2013) starring Robert Redford, Oscar-winning film Capote starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Oscar-winner Thelma & Louise (1991), and Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs (1992) among many others. See below for the full list.

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New Amazon Prime Video, January, 2018

New TV Series, Jan. 2018

Jan. 1: Doctor Who (Season 10)
Jan. 1: The 2018 Rose Parade Hosted by Cord & Tish (Season  1)
Jan. 6: Grimm (Season 6)
Jan. 9: Prime Suspect: Tennison (Season 1)
Jan. 12: Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams (Season 1)
Jan. 16: My Mother & Other Strangers (Season  N/A)
Jan. 19: Just Add Magic (Amazon Original) (Season 2)
Jan. 30: Grantchester (Season 3)
Jan. 30: Remember Me (Season  N/A)

New Movies, Feb. 2018

Jan. 1: All is Lost (2013)
Jan. 1: American Ninja (1985)
Jan. 1: Assassination (1987)
Jan. 1: Avenging Force (1986)
Jan. 1: Babel (2006)
Jan. 1: Baby Mama’s Club (2010)
Jan. 1: Black Rain (1989)
Jan. 1: Brothers (2009)
Jan. 1: Burning Blue (2014)
Jan. 1: But I’m a Cheerleader (1999)
Jan. 1: Capote (2005)
Jan. 1: Coming Soon (1999)
Jan. 1: Cool World (1992)
Jan. 1: Cross Bronx (2004)
Jan. 1: Dangerous Curves (1989)
Jan. 1: Drop Dead Sexy (2006)
Jan. 1: Evolution (2001)
Jan. 1: Flawless (1999)
Jan. 1: Freedom Writers (2007)
Jan. 1: Hamlet (1990)
Jan. 1: Highway (2012)
Jan. 1: Murphy’s Law (1986)
Jan. 1: Platoon Leader (1988)
Jan. 1: Pretty Bird (2008)
Jan. 1: Primitive (2011)
Jan. 1: Requiem for a Dream (2000)
Jan. 1: Reservoir Dogs (1992)
Jan. 1: Revenge of the Ninja (1983)
Jan. 1: Revolutionary Road (2008)
Jan. 1: Richard the Lionheart (2013)
Jan. 1: Show of Force (1990)
Jan. 1: Six Degrees of Separation (1993)
Jan. 1: Step Into Liquid (2003)
Jan. 1: Street Smart (1987)
Jan. 1: The Perfect Weapon (1991)
Jan. 1: The Presidio (1988)
Jan. 1: The Wraith (1987)
Jan. 1: Thelma & Louise (1991)
Jan. 1: Uncommon Valor (1983)
Jan. 1: Words and Pictures (2013)
Jan. 1: Zodiac (2007)
Jan. 5: The Devil’s Double (2011)
Jan. 7: A Ghost Story (2017)
Jan. 17: The Midwife (2017)
Jan. 31: xXx: The Return of Xander Cage (2016)

Be sure to check out February’s new additions to Amazon Prime Video.

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