20 TV shows that Prime members can watch for free right now on Amazon Prime Video
- If you're ok with giving up hundreds of channels, you can save a lot of money by saying goodbye to cable and paring down to a few streaming services that offer the content you actually want to watch.
- If you have an Amazon Prime membership, you automatically get access to Prime Video, which hosts a catalog of thousands of movies and TV shows- ranging from Amazon Originals to classics from providers like Showtime and HBO.
- Whether you're trying to cut the cord, or want something to complement your cable with even more variety, Prime Video is an awesome service that (with your Prime membership) comes at no extra cost to you, but provides you with a variety of binge-worthy content.
Cable subscriptions are expensive, and most of us don't want hundreds of channels anyways - we want access to the shows we want, when we want to watch them. There are a lot of strategies to cut the cord and still feel like you're getting all the cable consumption you need. If you have Hulu, Netflix, or Amazon Prime, finally saying goodbye to your cable bill may be easier than you think.
If you have Amazon Prime, chances are you opted in for the speedy, free delivery, but there are plenty of other benefits you can get from your membership. In my opinion, one of Amazon Prime's best perks is Prime Video. The video-streaming service lets you stream thousands of titles, spanning movies and TV shows, including a range of original Prime content and critically acclaimed classics. There are also plenty of movies and shows on Amazon that you can rent or buy for an added fee, but the selection included in your Prime membership is pretty generous.Whether you want to binge-watch old episodes of "Sopranos" or laugh along with an Amazon original like "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel," you're at no loss of choice with Prime Video.
Keep reading for 20 of the best TV shows you can stream for free on Prime Video. Also check out the best movies to stream for free on Prime Video right now.
Series descriptions are provided by Amazon and lightly edited for length. Seasons available are included in description, though you can purchase any seasons not included in your Prime membership for an added fee.