If you have time this weekend to catch up on your perpetually-growing list of “TV shows I’ve really REALLY been meaning to watch”, you’re in luck! Not only has Amazon got some great newcomers starring big stars— but there are also returning award-show favorites like The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Check out a few of them below!
This hilarious documentary series follows its three charismatic hosts as they travel by any means necessary, ribbing each other mercilessly along the way.
An anthology series, each episode in Lore takes on a story from common folklore and uncovers the truth about the source of such legends to terrifying effect. Based on a podcast of the same name, this docu-series has suffered a bit of a second-year slump, but overall is fantastic in its execution and highly addictive.
A future that never was, The Man in High Castle explores the dark possibility of what could have happened to society had the allied forces lost WWII. With gorgeous cinematography and stellar performances, there’s no question as to why this series is one of Amazon’s biggest hits.
With the very charismatic Titus Welliver at its helm, Bosch is the story of a detective willing to do whatever it takes in the pursuit of justice. Based on a book series by author Michael Connelly, Bosh is partly a redemption story and part revenge.
A group of 8 people, seemingly not connected, believe that they are descendants of the Russian royal family. This truly remarkable series premiered last month and gives one a Sense8 type feeling with its disjointed yet compelling storylines.
When Heidi Bergman, a former caseworker, is approached by an auditor about her past life as a transition counselor, she is forced to reconcile her memories with what really happened there.
In Jack Ryan, a very buff John Krasinski steps into the role of the title character, CIA operative Jack Ryan. This story of international intrigue is loosely based on the book series by Tom Clancy and has already been renewed for a second season.
I know I’m not the only one who is chomping at the bit for this witty fast-talking 1950s dramedy to come back for its sophomore season. Get in my eyeballs, already! This world is one in which showrunner Amy Sherman-Palladino’s characters were born to live. Trust me, this one’s 100 percent worth it.