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Amazon has already announced the Prime Video news for June 2020 and there is a little bit of everything from Spanish series to one of the best Hollywood movies in years

We may not be as close to home as in May, but it is still prudent to stay home a little longer than usual, hence having to hand all the news for June from Prime Video, the streaming platform for series and movies from Amazon Prime Upcoming Telugu Movies, we think it’s a good idea.

Even though the consumption of video on demand, which is the fine expression to refer to these platforms, has grown a lot during the pandemic, the truth is that the competition is increasingly brutal, and that’s why the content continues to improve in all of them.

In the case of Prime Video, there is a particular commitment to mixing native content with content produced outside, and it seems that it is working well for them. But without further delay, these are the most important Prime Video releases for June 2020.

DEXTER (SEASONS 1 TO 8) – JUNE 30

I am surprised that Dexter reached eight seasons because it stopped being interesting after five, but until then, this series about this psychopath who kills almost daily but has a perfect cover and a very well-structured life, until then, it is very entertaining and quite original.

Coming July 1 on Amazon Prime Video

  • 52 Pick-Up (1986)
  • Ali (2001)
  • An Eye For An Eye (1966)
  • Anaconda (1997)
  • Big Fish (2003)
  • Bug (1975)
  • Buried (2010)
  • Cold War (2013)
  • Edge Of Darkness (2010)
  • Flashback (1990)
  • Hitch (2005)
  • Hollowman (2000)
  • Iron Eagle IV – On The Attack (1999)
  • Megamind (2010)
  • Midnight In Paris (2011)
  • Nick And Norah’s Infinite Playlist (2008)
  • Panic Room (2002)
  • Phase IV (1974)
  • Pineapple Express (2008)
  • Rabbit Hole (2010)
  • Sliver (1993)
  • Spanglish (2004)
  • Starting Out In The Evening (2007)
  • The Bounty (1984)
  • The Devil’s Rejects (2005)
  • The Eye (2008)
  • The Eye 2 (2004)
  • The Forbidden Kingdom (2008)
  • The Inevitable Defeat Of Mister & Pete (2013)
  • Antiques Roadshow: Season 17 (PBS Living)
  • Arthur: Season 1 (PBS Kids)
  • Bates Around the World: Season 1 (UP Faith & Family)
  • Beyond the Pole: Season 1 (Urban Movie Channel)
  • Frankie Drake Mysteries: Season 1 (PBS Masterpiece)
  • Hidden: Season 1 (Acorn TV)
  • Instinto: Season 1 (Pattaya)
  • Lego City Adventures: Season 1
  • Lone Ranger: Season 1 (Best Westerns Ever)
  • Modus: Season 1 (PBS Masterpiece)
  • Public Enemy: Season 1 (Sundance Now)
  • Suits: Season 9
  • The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet: Season 1 (Best TV Ever)

Coming July 3 on Amazon Prime Video

  • *Hanna: Season 2 – Amazon Original Series

Coming July 6 on Amazon Prime Video

  • The Fosters: Seasons 1-5

Coming July 7 on Amazon Prime Video

  • The Tourist (2010)

Coming July 11 on Amazon Prime Video

  • Vivarium (2020)

Coming July 15 on Amazon Prime Video

  • Shakuntala Devi: The Human-Computer (2020)
  • The Weekend (2019)

Coming July 17 on Amazon Prime Video

  • Absentia: Season 3 – Amazon Original Series

Coming July 19 on Amazon Prime Video

  • Marianne & Leonard: Words Of Love (2019)

Coming July 24 on Amazon Prime Video

  • Radioactive (2019) – Amazon Original Movie
    • If You Give a Mouse a Cookie
  • *Jim Gaffigan: Pale Tourist – Amazon Original Special

Coming July 27 on Amazon Prime Video

  • Good Deeds (2012)

Coming July 29 on Amazon Prime Video

  • Animal Kingdom: Season 4
  • Available to Rent July 10 on Amazon Prime Video
  • First Cow (2020)

Saw collection (August 1)

Like Halloween and Scream before it, Saw disrupted and revitalized the horror genre. Twisted genius John Kramer, aka Jigsaw, creates heinous traps that force his victims to do unspeakable acts or die. The original and its first four sequels (Saw IIIIIIV, and V) come to Prime Video. (All rated R)

Comrade Detective (August 4)

A brilliant bit of conceptual comedy, Comrade Detective is introduced as a long-lost Romanian cop show from the Soviet era, in which a pair of detectives spout Socialist propaganda while chasing designer-jeans-wearing, cheeseburger-eating capitalists. The series was filmed with Romanian actors but dubbed in English by an all-star squad that includes Channing Tatum, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jenny Slate, Nick Offerman, and Mahershala Ali. (NR)

Lost in Oz, Season 1 (August 4)

The beloved characters from the Oz books by L. Frank Baum populate this charming animated Amazon Original series. Dorothy and Toto travel the Land of Oz in search of Glinda the Good and, they hope, a way home. An extended version of the pilot episode won an Emmy for children’s programming. (TV-Y7)

Superbad (August 4)

Jonah Hill and Michael Cera star as high school seniors hoping their graduation night will make up for four years of standing outside the in-crowd. Things don’t go quite the way they had planned. Seth Rogen co-stars in and co-wrote this Judd Apatow production. Superbad is super-funny. (R)

Tumble Leaf, Season 3 (August 15)

This Emmy-winning Amazon Original series is for preschool viewers. A fox named Fig and a caterpillar named Stick explore the island of Tumble Leaf, making new friends and learning a lot about science. (TV-G)

Undercover (August 17)

Sophie Okonedo stars in this six-episode BBC miniseries about a crusading attorney who works to free wrongly convicted prisoners. While she tries to uncover the truth about a murder case, her police detective husband (Adrian Lester) tries to hide the truth about his past. (TV-14)

My Bloody Valentine (August 19)

The big-budget remake of the 1981 Canadian cult favorite brings outstanding special effects to the classic slasher-film story of a mysterious homicidal maniac bent on vengeance against a small town. (R)

The Tick, Season 1 (August 25)

Peter Serafinowicz plays the lead role in this Amazon Original series. Griffin Newman is Arthur, his crime-fighting partner. The Tick is based on a beloved comic book created by Ben Edlund, who is an executive producer of the new series. (TV-14)

Florence Foster Jenkins (August 27)

Socialite and heiress Florence Foster Jenkins couldn’t sing, but that didn’t stop her from bankrolling her own career as an operatic soprano. Jenkins’ screeching performances made her an ironic star in the 1920s and ’30s New York, with fans including Cole Porter and Enrico Caruso. Meryl Streep is brilliant as the undertalented title character. (PG-13)

Victoria (August 29)

This sumptuous historical series tells the story of the early reign of Queen Victoria, who ascended to the British throne at 18. Jenna Coleman, best known as Doctor Who’s companion Clara Oswald, stars as the young queen who grew independent after taking the crown. (TV-PG)

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