Are you looking to binge-watch a new TV show? We’ve highlighted the best series on Amazon Prime Video that you can watch in Dubai and UAE, Saudi Arabia and the rest of the Middle East. We update this list every week, so bookmark it and keep coming back.
The series on this list are in English, but we do have another list of the best Indian movies and series on Amazon Prime that covers languages such as Hindi and Malayalam. If you’re looking for movies, we also have a list of Best Movies on Prime Video.
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How much does it cost to subscribe to Amazon Prime Video?
In the Middle East, Amazon Prime Video is included in your Amazon Prime membership, costing AED 16 per month or AED 140 per year. Besides the streaming service, you will also get free deliveries and access to Prime Gaming/
Best Series on Amazon Prime Video in Dubai and UAE
Here is the list of the best series on Amazon Prime in Dubai and the UAE. We go through all new shows released on Prime Video every week, so bookmark this page and keep checking for new TV shows that are added.
Reality TV, Romance | Rating: Not Yet Rated
If you are a fan of reality shows with romance, then you’ll like Twin Love. This show follows ten sets of twins that will be divided into two houses with identical casts, where they will start an intriguing and gripping search for love. The series will discover if their inherent similarities extend to their romantic desires.
The series is hosted by TV personalities Brie and Nikki Garcia, and you can watch it on Prime Video starting November 17, 2023.
Game Show | Rating: PG
007: Road To A Million
Nine pairs of everyday people are unleashed on an epic global adventure through a series of Bond-inspired challenges, for a shot at winning a life-changing £1,000,000 prize. There’s one catch though! The only thing standing in their way is…the villainous Brian Cox.
You can watch this new game show that consists of 8 episodes on Prime Video starting November 10, 2023.
Animation, Action | Rating: 18+
Invincible Season 2
Seventeen-year-old Mark Grayson is just like every guy his age, except that his father is Omni-Man, the most powerful superhero on the planet. As Mark develops powers of his own, he discovers his father’s legacy may not be as heroic as it seems. This season is expected to pick up where the first season left off, with Mark Grayson struggling to balance his life as a superhero with his personal relationships.
You can watch season 2 on Prime Video starting November 3, 2023.
Comedy | Rating: 18+
Upload Season 3
The sci-fi comedy series from Amazon Prime Video is entering its third season and starts streaming on October 20, 2023.
The new season will see Nathan struggling to come to terms with his death while also figuring out his relationship with his girlfriend, Nora. In the meantime, Nora is trying to find a way to bring Nathan back to the real world and explore the truth about Horizen, the company that owns Lakeview.
Action, Adventure | Rating: 18+
Gen V Season 1
A spin-off series based on Amazon Prime Video’s incredibly popular The Boys, Gen V follows the first generation of superheroes that know their powers come from Compound V. This drug gives superpowers to whoever injects them in their body.
These heroes are enrolled in Godolkin University, a ‘prestigious’ college run by Vought International. The students are tested to their physical and moral boundaries as they compete for the top ranking in their school.
Created by Eric Kripke, Evan Goldberg and Craig Rosenberg, the series stars Jaz Sinclair, Chance Perdomo, Lizze Broadway, Shelley Conn, and more and is also expected to feature guest appearances from Jessie T. Usher, Colby Minifie, and P.J. Byrne, reprising their roles from The Boys.
Drama, Thriller | Rating: PG14
Wilderness Season 1
There is no “happily ever after” and Amazon Prime Video’s new show, Wilderness, is here to prove it.
The series follows Liv and Will, who seem to have a stable marriage, a glamorous life, and youth to enjoy their wealth and success. But it all comes crashing down when Liv learns about Will’s little affair. Liv is heartbroken but also furious, and when Will proposes a trip around America’s National Parks to mend his ways, Liv knows exactly what she has to do to exact revenge.
Marnie Dickens created Wilderness and stars Jenna Coleman and Oliver Jackson-Cohen in lead roles.
Action, Adventure | Rating: 14
The Wheel of Time Season 2
Amazon Prime Video’s immensely popular The Wheel of Time continues with its second season this year and picks up right after the first season’s events. Moiraine and the Aes Sedai are leading Rand al’Thor, Perrin Aybara, and Egwene al’Vere on a journey to the White Tower in Tar Valon, where they must face new threads from the Dark One’s forces, including a new foe – a mysterious Warder Logain Ablar.
The show will also explore the internal struggles of some of the characters. Rand has yet to come to terms with his identity as the Dragon Reborn and is haunted by the visions of the Dark One. He is unsure whether he can be the hero everyone believes him to be. Egwene and Nynaever also face their demons – Egwene is eager to learn more about One Power and wants to prove herself to Aes Sedai. Nynaeve, on the other hand, is struggling to control her power and is afraid of what it might do to her.
The new season will also introduce new characters, including Elayne Trakand, the princess of Andor; Avienda, a Wise One of the Aiel; and Min Farshaw, a fortune-teller who sees visions of the future.
Crime, Mystery | Rating: 14+
Harlan Coben’s Shelter
Based on a Harlan Coben novel of the same name, Amazon Prime Video’s adaptation follows the story of Mickey Bolitar, a 15-year-old boy who is trying re-arrange his life back together after his father’s untimely death, his mother’s drug addiction, and living in a new home with his estranged uncle. However, when Mickey’s girlfriend, Ashley Kent, disappears without a trace, he seeks help from his new friends, Ema and Spoon, to find her.
As Mickey digs deeper, he uncovers dark secrets about his family and town and how Ashley’s disappearance may be connected to a decades-long conspiracy. Mickey must now race against time to find Ashley and stop the people trying to kill him.
Harlan Coben’s Shelter stars Jadenb Michael, Constance Zimmer and Abby Corrigan.
Drama | Rating 7
The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart Season 1
The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart is based on the novel of the same name by Holly Ringland.
The seven-part drama series follows a young woman named Alice Hart, who is forced to flee her hometown after witnessing a violent crime. She takes shelter at her grandmother June’s house, where she begins to learn about her past.
The series spans decades in Alice’s life, where she confronts her trauma, uncovers secrets of her family, and finds strength and healing in the beauty of the Australian bush and the power of native wildflowers.
The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart is a story about resilience, healing and the power of love, and it aims to present a touching tale that will stick with you for a long time. It features Frankie Adams, Asher Keddie, Sigourney Weaver, Alyla Browne and more.
Comedy, Fantasy | Rating 18+
Good Omens Season 2
After a four-year hiatus, Good Omens is back on television, and once again follows the adventures of Aziraphale and Crowley.
In Season 2, the unlikely duo come across an archangel who has completely lost his memory and has no idea who he is, and how he got there. Both Hell and Heaven are desperately looking for the runaway archangel, and now it’s on Crowley and Aziraphale to protect him while also trying to keep their own friendship from tearing apart.
The Good Omen was created by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, and stars Michael Sheen, David Tennant, Miranda Richardson, John Hamm and more.
Romance, Drama | Rating 14+
The Summer I Turned Pretty Season 2
Jenny Han’s romantic series, The Summer I Turned Pretty, is back on Prime Video this month with a new season.
Belly Conklin is back in Cousins Beach for another summer and is still crushing over Conrad and Jeremiah. However, she learns that their mother, Susannah, is battling cancer, adding more stress and strain on her life and her relationship with the two boys. And if that wasn’t enough, an unexpected visitor threatens the future of Susannah’s beloved house. Now, Belly has to rally the gang to come together, stand against the rising tide, and finally decide which of the boys she likes.
Action, Thriller| Rating 18+
Jack Ryan Season 4
Amazon’s long-running American spy thriller is back again with its fourth season, and it seems there is no rest for Jack Ryan just yet.
After accepting the role of CIA Acting Deputy Director, Ryan is tasked with unearthing internal corruption, and as he digs deeper, he uncovers suspicious black ops that can potentially expose and destroy the whole country.
Jack Ryan stars John Krasinski, Wendell Pierce, Abbie Cornish, Dina Shihabi, Ali Suluman, and more.
Romance, Comedy | Rating 18+
With Love Season 2
This romantic dramedy series revolves around the lives of siblings Lily and Jorge Diaz as they navigate significant life changes with the unwavering support of their tight-knit family.
Lily makes a life-altering decision to prioritise a personal self-love journey after experiencing a whirlwind romance with Santiago. She channels her energy into growing her makeup styling business and exploring the world of homeownership. However, when Santiago and Nick reveal their deep affection for her, Lily’s path turns unexpectedly. Caught in a complex love triangle, Lily grapples with the difficult choice of determining what truly aligns with her future and happiness.
Meanwhile, Jorge, Lily’s brother, begins questioning the compatibility of his relationship with Henry. As doubts creep in, Jorge finds himself at a crossroads, uncertain whether their partnership is a perfect fairy tale or an impending nightmare. When Jorge encounters Henry’s proud Texan parents, the visit further adds to his internal conflict, leaving him torn between his feelings and the expectations of others
Docuseries | Rating 15+
Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets
This thought-provoking and eye-opening limited docuseries peels back the layers of the seemingly idyllic facade surrounding reality TV’s beloved mega-family, The Duggars, and the controversial organisation that shaped their lives: The Institute in Basic Life Principles (IBLP).
A group of ex-IBLP survivors step forward, shedding light on the abusive practices concealed behind the wholesome Americana image presented to the world. Their firsthand accounts paint a chilling picture of the dark underbelly of the organisation and the harrowing experiences they endured. Joining them in their quest for truth is Jill Duggar Dillard, breaking her silence and sharing her personal journey.
Alongside her, family members and close family friends provide corroborating testimony, revealing the unsettling reality behind the scenes. Through a compelling narrative, viewers understand that the problematic practices within the Duggar family and the IBLP are symptomatic of a greater danger, jeopardising the very fabric of democracy itself.
Action | Rating 16+
Citadel Season 1
It has been eight long years since the fall of Citadel, the independent global spy agency that once was responsible for safeguarding the world’s safety and security. The agency’s downfall was orchestrated by Manticore, a powerful syndicate with nefarious intentions, which has since been pulling the strings from the shadows.
Amidst this chaos, two of Citadel’s finest agents, Mason Kane and Nadia Sinh, managed to narrowly escape with their lives, albeit at a steep cost. Their memories were wiped, and they have been living new lives under new identities, completely unaware of their pasts.
As they embark on an operation to stop Manticore, Mason and Nadia crisscross the globe, piecing together clues and battling dangerous adversaries at every turn. The stakes are even higher, and the clock is ticking as they race against time to prevent Manticore’s sinister plan from coming to fruition.
Abbas Jaffar Ali
Abbas has been covering tech for more than two decades- before phones became smart or clouds stored data. He brought publications like CNET, TechRadar and IGN to the Middle East.