15 SERIES that you can’t stop watching on AMAZON PRIME VIDEO / Argentina News

Amazon Prime Video is a great option when it comes to streaming content. This time we leave you a list of the 15 series that you cannot ignore

There are more and more platforms to watch streaming content, and there are more and more options for series and films, but how do you know which plot is truly new?

This time we bring you series from the great catalog that it offers Amazon Prime Video, which can be the perfect candidates so that you do not detach yourself from the screen.

Series of all kinds and for all tastes. Some that lead to diverse dystopian futures, others to very violent historical pasts, there are also criminal plots at the international level or even superheroic worlds where not everything is what it seems.

If you are looking for a series to become addicted and that you cannot stop watching, here we leave you one list of the best 15, and we assure you that they will not fail.

1. Jack Ryan

The character of Jack ryan keeps popping up over and over in our culture, and that’s because it’s one of those fictional heroes who always hooks us from the first minute. The series of Amazon Prime Video starring John Krasinski is not far behind in this tradition, which goes from cinema to series to give us a good dose of action and intrigue for these days. The character created on paper by Tom Clancy faces in this series plots of international terrorism in which you will show us that you are more than just a data analyst.

2. The Purge

If you have any idea what the saga of the films of the “The purge”, you can imagine what you are going to find in this series: a violent dystopia that shows the worst instincts of the human being. One more year, welcome to La Purga, a night in which crime, including murder, is completely legal. A total of twelve hours of agony for some and fantasy come true for others, in a race against time in which political and personal plots will be mixed that will complicate things. This series extends the universe created in the cinema to continue talking about the great evils of the world.

3. The Good Wife

Alicia florrick, the protagonist of ‘The Good Wife’ will see how her whole world falls apart when her husband, a well-known politician in the United States, enters jail accused of corruption and she has to go back to her old profession: lawyer. Created by Michelle and Robert King, also creators of the “spin-off”. It’s an exciting series that will trap you between lawsuits, secret client meetings, and workplace tensions. And there are those who are not too happy that Florrick has returned to work. Luckily, she knows what to do. Here is the end of a long 7 seasons that will always keep you very expectant.

4. Hunters

The Second World War It ended in 1945, but that does not mean that the conflict ended there. In which today we know as the Operation Paperclip, a large number of Nazi war criminals were taken into the United States incognito to serve in its scientific, space and other departments. And those infiltrators are the ones who, already in the 70s, desperately seek the protagonists of this series led by Al Pacino. They, Nazi hunters will do justice in this alternate dimension of history, in which the Fourth Reich is organizing in the shadows of America and only a group of fighters can prevent it.

5. The Boys

This comic book adaptation by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson shows us that with a good marketing department can turn a group of soulless with powers into the hope of the country. So who are the heroes of ‘The Boys’? They are not those who wear capes, but those who work in the shadows to unmask them. The sides change in this fun, violent and original superhero series that is already heading towards its second season.

6. I know who you are

This Spanish fiction it won’t let you move from the couch. It is one of those addictive series in which we cannot stop hitting the next episode. In it, a renowned lawyer and professor (Francesc Garrido) appears disoriented one day without knowing what happened the night before. And soon you will be forced to remember: the police find his car crashed with the remains of one of his students, who is also his niece, which is now unaccounted for. Now they must discover if he is the culprit, if he really has amnesia or is it all part of a plan. The case turns his family upside down, including his wife (Blanca Portillo) and their children.

7. Attack on Titan

Is a Japanese anime series that even if you don’t consider yourself a fan of that world, it will leave you wanting more. A phenomenon in recent years, the adaptation of the manga created by Hajime Isayama places us in a post apocalyptic world in which titans (humanoid figures of great stature and terrifying expressions) dominated the Earth and forced what remains of the human race to take refuge behind great walls. But where did these beings really come from? What secrets do they hide? And what will happen when the first wall falls? An intense series like few others.

8. ZeroZeroZero

For those who saw “Narcos” and they liked it, this is a great option that precisely surrounds drug trafficking stories. On this occasion, the new Amazon Prime Video series based on Roberto Saviano’s book, recounts the drug trafficking routes of the Italian cartels. With North American stars such as Andrea Riseborough, Dane DeHaan or Gabriel Byrne in the cast, the series takes us into the underground economy of drugs and all the processes that occur from its creation to its distribution, in an action format that is as illustrative as it is exciting.

9. The infiltrator

Based on a novel by John Le Carré, something that already assures us a dose of espionage and tension, this miniseries starring Tom Hiddleston and Hugh Laurie will convince you. The story tells how A former British soldier is recruited to infiltrate a global arms trafficking organization, and use the information he obtains to dismantle his criminal network. But, of course, all that is not as easy as it sounds and the danger for this infiltrator will always be around the corner.

10. Into the badlands

If you like to enter enter directly actionIt’s time you let yourself be carried away by the katana movements and violence of this dystopian series from AMC. In the not so distant future society has fallen and what remains is a kind of Wild West where each one seeks his own fortune. The territory in which the story takes place is divided into several “kingdoms” They control resources through brute force. An exciting universe in which the heroes that could destabilize that balance of inequalities and injustices will appear.

11. Vis a vis

In this case, we are faced with a series very similar to “Orange is the new black” but this time in Spanish version. In it, an innocent girl (Maggie Civantos) enters a female prison with yellow suits and various tensions, where strong personalities appear such as the charismatic and extremely tough Zulema (Najwa Nimri). The series accompanies them in a plot full of surprises and dangers that have the ability to hook us during four seasons.

12. The Terror

It is one of those series to which you must have a little patience at the beginning, but all that spicy touch that is missing at the beginning is completely compensated when you reach the final, you just have to be a little patient. This acclaimed series a terror explodes that is not based so much on scares as on atmosphere, with a story that leaves breadcrumbs until its surprising resolution, with great performances from Ciarán Hinds, Jared Harris and Tobias Menzies. Set in the mid-19th century, it tells of the British Royal Navy’s expedition to the Arctic, where they are trapped in the ice and stalked by a strange monster they don’t know how to deal with.

13. Vikings

It is undoubtedly one of the more solid series for some time now and with a very powerful fan base. So if you haven’t entered the world of the Vikings yet, this is a very good opportunity to do so. It is time for you to learn about the violent struggles between the different tribes for the throne, where the promising one stands out Ragnar Lothbrok, who appears to be a legitimate and divine successor to become the Viking king.

14. Vote Juan

This series created by Diego San José and Juan Cavestany gives us political tensions for a while. But, yes, with a lot of sense of humor. And it is that what Juan Carrasco (Javier Cámara) spends from the Ministry of Agriculture in his goal of becoming President of Spain is delusional. A comedy in the style of ‘Veep’ that immerses us in the mechanisms and dirty laundry of politics, where getting power is everything.

15. Preacher

Based on a series of DC comics, this series introduces us to Reverend Jesse Custer (Dominic Cooper), possessed by a creature that gives him special power. We can already imagine that, in this situation, his job as a preacher in a small Texas town becomes very complicated. But when he realizes that someone is after him, everything will change. A series of fantastic touches exciting and entertaining, with an original concept and remarkable addictive skills.