New Movies and Shows to Watch on Amazon Prime Video This Weekend

As we say goodbye to the last weekend of November, Amazon Prime Video is releasing a bunch of new shows and movies to keep you glued to your couch, much like the first weekend of the month.

The service has released foreign films, a cool documentary on one of the most iconic fashion brands of the 2000s, a catastrophic look at the Australian bushfires, and much more.

In addition to the titles released earlier this month, here’s what should be on your Amazon Prime radar this weekend in Canada.

Dog Years (Amazon Original)

Ani Da Cane (dog years) follows Stella, a clumsy, cynical, imaginative and tormented teenager. After a car accident involving a dog that changed her life, she convinces herself that she must count her age in canine years: one year of her life counts as seven, and now that she is sixteen, she is celebrating her hundredth birthday. years.

Burning (Amazon Original)

From the perspective of Australian filmmaker Eva Orner, winner of an Oscar and Emmy Award, Burning takes a flawless look at the unprecedented and catastrophic Australian bushfires of 2019-2020, known as ‘Black Summer’.

Fueled by climate change, the hottest and driest summer on record in the country resulted in bushfires that burned more than 59 million acres, killed an estimated three billion animals and affected millions of ‘Australians.

The third season of Hanna continues the journey of an extraordinary young woman (Esme Creed-Miles), who was created by the sinister organization Utrax and trained to be an assassin. Hanna is now secretly trying to destroy Utrax from within with the help of her former nemesis, former CIA agent Marissa Wiegler (Mireille Enos). The story travels through Europe and reaches a dramatic climax when Hanna and Marissa discover the true and horrific scope of the operation and who was ultimately behind it all.

It’s vacation time in Beebopsburgh! Do Re and Mi set off in their sled to find snow on Music Mountain to bring back to their friends. During their journey, they discover musical gifts and sounds along the way. Can they save Nestivus with snow? Maybe the gift of music could be all they need in this heartwarming holiday tale.

Watch the incredibly true story behind the rise and fall of the most iconic fashion trend of the 2000s. In this epic saga focused on the characters, Venice Beach surfers, gangsters, European clothes and movers and Hollywood shakers are all vying for control of the famous brand, turning it from obscurity to one of the world’s most recognizable labels. After a decade of stabbing, greed and bloodshed, their lives – and their pop culture – will never be the same again.

Mexican actor and director Diego Luna returns with Bread and Circus, the winner of the Daytime Emmy for Best Show in Spanish. In these specials, Luna sets the table for the guests to discuss different points of view on subjects such as access to healthcare, the crisis of democracies, immigrants and protest as a means of transformation.

In case you missed it, here’s what Amazon Prime Video posted earlier in November:

The Wheel of Time (Amazon Original)

The wheel of time is one of the most popular and enduring fantasy series of all time, with over 90 million books sold. Set in a sprawling epic world where magic exists and only certain women are allowed access, the story follows Moiraine (Rosamund Pike), a member of the incredibly powerful all-female organization called Aes Sedai, as she arrives in the small town of Deux Rivières.

There, she embarks on a dangerous journey through the world with five young men and women, one of whom is prophesied to be the Dragon Reborn, who will save or destroy mankind.

Everyone Loves Natti (Amazon Original)

Although Latin song sensation Natti Natasha has racked up billions of views on YouTube (and over 70 million dedicated followers on social media), the new Amazon Original reality series marks the first time it has shared the intimate details of his personal life, including his relationship with his manager. , Raphy Pina. Together they navigate his latest album Natti Vidad, life in Miami with their newly blended family, dreams of global recognition and a surprise baby on the way.

The Great – Season 2 (exclusive content) (November 20)

The Emmy-nominated hit series Great returns for a second season, which now sees Catherine finally take the Russian throne, but she will quickly learn that dethroning her husband was just the beginning. Catherine must now face the realities of “liberation” from a country that does not want to be free. Her fight to bring enlightenment to Russia will mean fighting her own court and loved ones, including her own mother (played by guest star Gillian Anderson).

Mayor Pete brings viewers inside Pete Buttigieg’s campaign to be the youngest president of the United States, providing unprecedented intimacy with the candidate, her husband, Chasten, and their ambitious team. From the early days of the campaign to its unlikely triumphant victory in Iowa and beyond, this film reveals what really happens inside a campaign for the country’s highest office and myriad of ways it changes the lives of those at its center.

Upcoming four-part coming-of-age docuseries Always Jane reveals an intimate, unsupervised look at transgender teenager Jane Noury ​​and her family as she prepares to leave home for college. Navigating deeply personal and difficult issues, the uplifting humor and kindness of the Noury ​​family is ever present, revealing the transformative power of acceptance, support and love.

The hardest part when you devote yourself to the sport you love is to say goodbye to it. Watch behind the scenes of one of the best Spanish athletes of all time, NBA player Pau Gasol ends his legendary career. Gasol is also supporting us in his future and the new challenges he will face once he hangs up his shoes.

Pharma Bro (Exclusive content)


This documentary portrays Martin Shkreli, the financial entrepreneur and pharmaceutical magnate from Brooklyn, New York. Shkreli is known to have increased the price of an AIDS drug by 5,500% overnight, bought the only copy of a Wu-Tang Clan album for $ 2 million and was convicted of securities fraud. America’s most hated man, Martin Shkreli, is Pharma Bro.

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