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It’s a brand new year, so Amazon has a “new me” attitude when it comes to its library of content for its streaming service.
Each month, Amazon adds new titles to Prime Video (which is free for Prime members or available as stand alone service with a small monthly fee like Netflix) and to Amazon Video, the platform to purchase new titles and download them to your devices.
In January, new content includes the Amazon Original dramas Sneaky Pete starring Giovanni Ribisi and Margo Martindale about a con who takes the identity of his prison cellmate Pete, and Z: The Beginning of Everything starring Christina Ricci about the life of Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald before she meets writer F. Scott Fitzgerald and their love affair.
Available for purchase are the drama The Girl on the Train and horror film Ouija: Origin of Evil.
The complete list of titles available are as follows:
We’re Going on a Bear Hunt, season 1
Sneaky Pete (Amazon Original, season 1
Just Add Magic (Amazon Original), season 2
Red Rock, season 2
The A-Word, season 1
Z: The Beginning of Everything (Amazon Original)
Mercy Street, season 2
13 Hours: Secret Soldiers of Benghazi
Across the Universe
American History X
Norm of the North
Are We There Yet
Are We Done Yet
Maid in Manhattan
She’s All That
Where to Invade Next
Swiss Army Man
Bones, season 12
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, season 12
Sleepy Hollow, season 4
The Girl on the Train
Ouija: Origin of Evil
Young Pope, season 1 HBO
Black Sails, season 4 STARZ