Amazon Freevee offers a vast collection of premium movies and TV shows, including captivating Originals, all accessible anytime and completely free.
With a constantly expanding library of content, you'll have access to a selection of movies and TV shows across genres such as comedy, drama, suspense and animation.
Read on to find out the best shows to watch on Amazon Freevee this year.
Catch up with the residents of Ramsay Street as Neighbours undergoes a revitalisation following last year's finale. Stefan Dennis returns as Paul Robinson, along with Alan Fletcher as Karl Kennedy, Ryan Moloney as Toadie Rebecchi, Jackie Woodburne as Susan Kennedy, Annie Jones as Jane Harris, Rebekah Elmaloglou as Terese Willis, all reprising their roles as series regulars. Joining them in guest roles are Mischa Barton as the new character Reece, Ian Smith as Harold Bishop, April Rose Pengilly as Chloe Brennan, and Melissa Bell as Lucy Robinson. Previous seasons of Neighbours are currently available to watch, and the new season is scheduled to premiere on 18 September.
Fans of The Office will love this documentary-style courtroom comedy that chronicles the inner workings of a jury trial through the eyes of one juror: Ronald Gladden, a solar contractor from San Diego. But there's one twist – everything about the trial is fake, and the other jurors are portrayed by excellent comedic actors, including A-list actor James Marsden (Hairspray and Westworld) playing an exaggerated version of himself. This meme-worthy show consists of 8 episodes and is now available for streaming on Amazon Freevee.
Titus Welliver returns as Harry Bosch in this series, which is based on the popular novels by Michael Connelly and the Amazon Original, Bosch. The show delves into the life of retired homicide detective turned private investigator Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver) and attorney Honey "Money" Chandler (Mimi Rogers) as they collaborate to pursue the one thing they can agree on, finding justice. The show also follows Bosch's daughter Maddie (Madison Lintz) who follows her father’s footsteps venturing into the world of the LAPD as a new recruit. Season 1 of this highly acclaimed show is currently available for viewing, with season 2 set to premiere later this year.
America's favorite judge, Judy Sheindlin returns to the bench for more engaging court sessions in Judy Justice. The show follows Sheindlin as she presides over real-life small claims disputes with a maximum award of up to $10,000. Assisting Judge Judy are bailiff Kevin Rasco, a retired probation officer, court stenographer Whitney Kumar, and newly minted lawyer Sarah Rose, who serves as the law clerk. This Emmy Award-winning show has also been nominated for a second Daytime Emmy award, and new episodes will continue to premiere every weekday until June 9th.
If you enjoy Judy Justice, you'll definitely appreciate this courtroom program also set within the New York justice system. Tribunal Justice expands the Justice brand on Amazon Freevee and showcases a panel of three judges: Judge Patricia DiMango, Judge Tanya Acker, and Judge Adam Levy, who preside over real and captivating cases. Each case features lively deliberations where the judges often disagree, leading to unexpected verdicts.
The first three episodes of "Tribute Justice" will be available for streaming on Amazon Freevee June 9, with new episodes released every weekday until December.
Based on the best-selling memoir by indie-pop musicians Tegan and Sara, this coming-of-age series chronicles the twin sisters' journey of self-discovery as they navigate a new high school in suburban Calgary. Starring Railey and Seazynn Gilliland as Tegan and Sara, and featuring familiar faces like Cobie Smulders (How I Met Your Mother) as their mother and Kyle Bornheimer (Brooklyn Nine-Nine) as their father, the story unfolds against the backdrop of 90s grunge and rave culture. This series is a perfect choice for anyone who feels nostalgic about growing up in the 90s.