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Amazon Prime to Add 41 New Titles This Week

Amazon this week plans to add 41 new TV shows and movies to its Prime streaming lineup.

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The new title additions for the week include season one of Comrade Detective, an Amazon original satire starring Channing Tatum and Joseph Gordon-Levitt who dub the voices of two detectives from a 1980s Romanian cop show, except that the show itself actually isn’t real. If you’re not confused yet, Comrade Detective (pictured above) will premiere this Friday.

Other notable additions for the week: the five Saw horror films; Wayne’s World, the Mike Myers-Dana Carvey send-up of cable access TV (among other things); and the two Bill & Ted movies, starring Keanu Reeves.

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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.

Here is the complete list of new titles coming this week to Amazon Prime:

Monday, July 31
Jeepers Creepers

Tuesday, August 1
All Dogs Go to Heaven
Among Friends
Bad Boys (1983)
Bad Company (1972)
Benny & Joon

Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey
Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure
Box of Moonlight
Breakdown (1997)
Charley One-Eye

Criminal Law
The Dead Zone
Eve’s Bayou
Far from Home (1989)
Friends and Lovers

The General’s Daughter
Ghost
Hannie Caulder
Harsh Times
High Noon

The Mod Squad
New in Town (2009)
Nulee’s Gold
Once Bitten
The Pursuit of D.B Cooper
Save the Last Dance

Saw
Saw II
Saw III
Saw IV
Saw V

Teen Wolf
Teen Wolf Too
Terry Fator: Live in Concert
Wayne’s World

Wednesday, August 2

Valkyrie

Friday, August 4

Superbad

Comrade Detective, season one
Lost in Oz, season one

Saturday, August 5

The Ticket

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