Available on Amazon Prime Video
Sci-Fi, Comedy, Adventure, Drama
With 77 Episodes over 7 seasons, Eureka should keep you going for a while. Sure, the show is on the older side (2006-2012) but if you like science and geeky discussions, shrouded in a criminal mystery of corporate malfeasance, it may be a good series to give a try.
Eureka takes place in a small town where the main employer is a company building new space and other technologies for the US government that often take a dangerous and unintended turn. When a former U.S. Marshall moves to town and takes up a post as the sheriff, he is thrust into a mix of detective work with a cast of characters of former scientists and engineers as his make-shift police force. Interspersed is a light hearted comedy which brings you into the strange town of Eureka.
The show ranks at 7.9/10 on IMDB and received 13 Emmy nominations.
Season 2 of The Marvelous Mrs Maisel is Available Now (Amazon)
The first season of Marvelous Mrs Maisel was a streaming champion last year with multiple Emmy Wins and Golden Globe nominations. Now, Season 2 is available on Amazon and set to shine. The story follows Mrs Maisel as she takes on society and tests her career as a standup comedian. According to Vanity Fair, this season is expected to feature even more musical aspects, more dancing and a bigger stage for Mrs Maisel.
Amazon December: Shows and Movie Releases for the Month
Amazon’s December Line Up
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel returns with Season 2 on December 5.
Some highlights of Amazon’s December 2018 new additions include Valkyrie, Margin Call, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, All The President’s Men.
- A Clockwork Orange
- A Fish Called Wanda
- A Fistful Of Dollars (Per Un Pugno Di Dollari)
- All The President’s Men
- Bad Girls From Mars
- Because I Said So
- Beverly Hills Vamp
- Blue Hill Avenue
- Boogie Nights
- Bright Lights, Big City
- Event Horizon
- Groundhog Day
- Happily N’Ever After
- Happily N’Ever After 2
- Hitman’s Run
- King Of The Mountain
- Line Of Duty
- Livin’ By The Gun
- Margin Call
- Mars Attacks!
- Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult
- Ordinary People
- Promised Land
- Silent Tongue
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
- The Black Stallion
- The Dark Crystal
- The Firm
- The Game
- The Godson
- The Naked Gun 2½: The Smell Of Fear
- The Naked Gun: From The Files Of Police Squad!
- Ulee’s Gold
- Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins
- Wild Wild West
- The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Season 2
- Why Did I Get Married Too?
- Before I Fall
- LOL: Last One Laughing, Season 1
- 4 Blocks, Season 2
- Life Of Crime, Mini-series
- Evan Almighty
- A Most Wanted Man
- Life Itself
- Vanity Fair, Season 1
- Iron Man 2
- Niko And The Sword Of Light, Season 2
Amazon’s The Romanoffs is Here
Stream Worthy?: Yes, it is a good couples show.
From the creator of Mad Men, comes The Romanoffs, an anthology series from Amazon. Each episode is 90 minutes. There are a total of 8 episodes that are released sequentially.
The premise is that the a set of independent characters all claim to be of the lineage of the last Russian royal family, the Romanoffs. Each of these story lines delves into some intricate family and cultural dynamics. And each storyline takes place in different parts of the world.
The show is deep at times as it focuses on a cast of characters increasingly faced with life’s issues–struggling marriages, changes in cultural society, intercultural relations, and so forth. The episodes tend to start a bit slow but picks up after the first 20 minutes, so we recommend you give these episodes a chance to shine.
The series features many well name celebrities including: Diane Lane, Aaron Eckhart, Amanda Peet, Noah Wyle, Christina Hendricks, Ron Livingston, Radha Mitchell, Andrew Rannells, John Slattery, Corey Stoll, Kathryn Hahn, Jack Huston, and Ellen Marguerite Cullivan in The Romanoffs (2018)
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