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Amazon Prime: Here is what’s being added in January

by Danny Zepeda | January 1, 2017January 1, 2017 3:00 pm PDT

Amazon announced the new movies coming to its Prime streaming service in January, and it is adding some really cool titles this month.

Leading off the list is Michael Bay’s most recent film, 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi. The movie stars John Krasinski and follows the story of the fallen soldiers in the Benghazi shootout. It’s action-packed and features Bay’s signatures quick cuts and flashy explosions. If action isn’t your thing, Daniel Radcliffe’s Swiss Army Man is also coming to the service. The movie features a quirky plot of a man stranded on an island befriending a dead corpse.

Other notable movies also coming to the service is Hellboy, American History X and Dirty Grandpa.

Girl on the Train, The Accountant and Deepwater Horizon are some of the movies you can begin to purchase through Amazon’s Video service.

For original content, Amazon is debuting two new series: Sneaky Pete and Z: The Beginning of Everything while Just Add Magic returns for its sophomore season.

Check out the list down below for a full breakdown.


We’re Going on a Beart Hunt, season 1 (1/9/16)

Sneaky Pete (Amazon Original), season 1 (1/13/17)

Just Add Magic (Amazon Original, season 2 (1/13/17)

Red Rock, season 2 (1/17/17)

The A-Word, season 1 (1/17/17)

America Divided, season 1 (1/27/17)

Z: The Beginning of Everything, season 1 (1/27/17)

Mercy Street, season 2 (1/29/17)


January 1

Blood Diamond

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Beghazi

Across the Universe

Happy Feet





American History X

Norm from the North

Are We There Yet

Are We Done Yet

Main in Manahattan

She’s All That

The Infiltrator

Where to Invade Next

The Choice

Dirty Grandpa

Swiss Army Man

Amazon Video – TV

Bones, season 12 (1/4/17)

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, season 12 (1/5/17)

Sleepy Hollow, season 4 (1/7/17)

Amazon Video – Movies

The Girl on the Train (1/3/17)

Ouija: Origin of Evil (1/10/17)

Deepwater Horizon (1/10/17)

The Accountant (1/10/17)

Inferno (1/24/17)


Young Pope (HBO), season 1 (1/15/17)

Black Sails (STARZ), seaon 4 (1/29/17)

Danny Zepeda

Born and raised in Southern California, Danny grew up on a steady diet Pixar, Star Wars and Steven Spielberg movies. Unbeknownst to him, this was...