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Amazon to Debut 4 Original Series In March

Amazon is planning to add 23 new TV shows and movies to its Amazon Prime streaming lineup in March, including four original series and two original movies.

The new Amazon Prime lineup in March will include season four of the BBC drama, Orphan Black, the second season of the Amazon original drama, Hand of God, season four of the Amazon original kids series, Annedroids; and season one of the Amazon original, You Are Wanted, a drama about a hotel manager who may be falsely accused of terrorism.

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Another notable addition: The Dressmaker, an Amazon original movie which stars Kate Winslet as a talented dressmaker who leaves Paris to return home to the Australian outback so she can reconcile with her mother.

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Note: Amazon Prime streaming titles are free to Amazon Prime members. The service, which also includes free 2-day shipping on thousands of Amazon products, costs $99 a year. You can also now order Amazon Prime streaming for $8.99 a month, but the monthly service does not include the other Prime benefits. You can sign up here.

Titles that will be added to Amazon Prime on March 1 are:

March 1
Nine Lives
Anthropoid
What We Do in the Shadows


Chicago
(2002)

Hannibal

Hoodwinked
The Cutting Edge: Going for the Gold
What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
The Gambler
Charlie Bartlett
Vampire In Brooklyn

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March 2
The Dressmaker (Amazon original movie)
Emma

March 3
Annedroids (Amazon original)

March 10
Hand of God (Amazon original, season two)

March 11
W
Churchill’s Secret

March 16

Orphan Black (season four)

March 17
You Are Wanted (Amazon original, season one)
Everybody Wants Some!!

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March 23
Gimme Danger (Amazon original movie)

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March 24
American Girl Special (Amazon original, season three)

March 29
A Man Called Ove

— Phillip Swann

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