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What Are All the Premium Channels You Can Add to Your Amazon Prime Video Subscription?

Lauren Forristal

Best known for its series such as “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Fleabag,” “Bosch,” “The Expanse,” and “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power,” Amazon Prime Video’s library contains thousands of hours of TV shows and movies.

If that selection isn’t enough for you, Amazon lets you add tons of channels for additional monthly fees. There are about 100+ different options, with genres like Kids, British, Fitness, Comedy, Romance, and LQBTQ. They range from well-known names such as STARZ, SHOWTIME, discovery+, Paramount+ and MLB.TV, to more niche services like BritBox, Sundance Now, and PBS Kids.

Here are the hundreds of premium channels you may add on to your subscription for as low as $0.99/month with a seven-day free trial.

How to Get Amazon Prime Video Channels

  1. Sign in to your Amazon account.
  2. Browse to Amazon’s list of channels.
  3. Find the channel you want and select it.
  4. Click on “Get started
  5. Confirm details to purchase.

Once you confirm the purchase, your Amazon account will be charged, usually on a monthly basis, for the cost of the channel, and you’ll have instant access to all of its titles.

If you want to cancel a channel, go to “Your Account” and find “Memberships and Subscriptions.” Click on the channel you want to cancel. Under “Advanced Controls,” click “Go to my Video settings.” Then, there should be a “Cancel channel(s)” button. Simple as that.

Premium Channels

  • Max

    Max is a subscription video streaming service that gives access to the full HBO library, along with exclusive Max Originals. There are hubs for content from TLC, HGTV, Food Network, Discovery, TCM, Cartoon Network, Travel Channel, ID, and more. Watch hit series like “The Last of Us,” “House of the Dragon,” “Succession,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” and more. The service changed its name from “HBO Max” on May 23, 2023.

    Max has three tiers, an ad-supported plan for $9.99 an ad-free plan for $15.99, and the ultimate tier that includes 4K for $19.99.

    All Max subscribers will get the full libraries of shows like “Friends”, “The Big Bang Theory”, “South Park”, “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”, “The West Wing”, and more.

    You can choose to add Max as a subscription through Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, or other Live TV providers.

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  • discovery+

    discovery+ is a video streaming service that offers more than 70,000 episodes of 2,500+ current and classic shows from several popular TV brands including Discovery, Investigation Discovery, HGTV, TLC, Food Network, A&E, Lifetime, and History.

    The service primarily focuses on non-fiction programming or “reality” TV shows.

    discovery+ is available with limited ads for $4.99 / month or ad-free for $6.99 / month.

  • Paramount Plus

    Paramount+ is a subscription video streaming service that includes on-demand access to 40,000+ TV show episodes from BET, CBS, Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, Nick Jr. and more. The lineup includes “1883,” “Tulsa King,” “Star Trek: Discovery,” Nickelodeon’s “SpongeBob SquarePants,” and MTV’s “Laguna Beach.” From well-loved franchises to compelling originals, Paramount+ offers a great library worth streaming. Live NFL games are included. The service also offers the option to watch your live CBS affiliate.

    Subscribers can choose between the Essentials Plan (which includes ads) for $4.99/month, or go commercial-free with the Premium Plan for $9.99/month. Subscribers can add Showtime to either plan for an additional fee.

    With their Premium Plan, in addition to not having ads, you will also get access to your local CBS affiliate to stream your local news, prime-time lineup, and late-night. You will also be able to download offline and watch select shows in 4K.

    With the lower cost “Essential” plan, you will still be able to watch live NFL games, Champions League, and national news – but you will no longer get your local CBS affiliate.

    With their new app, enjoy advanced recommendations, curated homepages, and new content categories while still being able to stream major live sports like NFL, College Football, College Basketball. Sports fans will also appreciate the service’s inclusion of NFL on CBS, PGA Tour, along with every match of UEFA Champions League and Serie A.

    The service was previously called CBS All Access.

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    SHOWTIME offers a subscription video streaming service that gives access to content on Showtime without the need of a cable subscription. With your subscription, you’ll get access to all of their current originals like Yellowjackets, Billions, and American Gigolo. If you choose to bundle Showtime with Paramount+, you can get both services for $11.99/month.

    With your subscription, you’ll also get access to their critically acclaimed catalog of previous shows like Shameless, Homeland, Ray Donovan, Dexter, Weeds, Nurse Jackie, House of Lies, Californication, Queer as Folk, and The L Word.

    SHOWTIME also has new-release films from CBS Films, Amblin Partners, and IFC Films, which appear on the streaming service 7-8 months after they are in theaters. Every month they also have hundreds of additional older movies from major movie studios.

    You can subscribe for $10.99 a month either directly from SHOWTIME, or through Amazon Prime Video Channels, Apple TV Channels, or Roku Premium Subscriptions.


    STARZ offers a subscription video streaming service that gives access to content on the STARZ channel without the need of a cable subscription. With your subscription, you’ll get access to 7,500+ films and episodes, including all of their current originals like “Outlander,” The Serpent Queen,” “BMF,” and “Power.”

    The service also offers a large rotating library of older films like “Die Hard, The Big Lebowski, Fargo, 12 Monkeys,” and “A Beautiful Mind.”

    You can subscribe for $8.99 a month either directly from STARZ, or through Amazon Prime Video Channels, Apple TV Channels, or Roku Premium Subscriptions.

  • MGM+

    MGM+ is a video streaming service that features original TV shows like the Emmy-winner “Godfather of Harlem,” the romantic adventure “Billy the Kid,” the contemporary sci-fi horror thriller “FROM,” and dramas “Rogue Heroes” and “Belgravia.” The service also has a library of Hollywood movies. This same service was previously called EPIX NOW.

  • AMC+

    AMC+ is a premium streaming bundle that includes the best from AMC, BBC America, IFC, SundanceTV, Shudder, Sundance Now, and IFC Films Unlimited containing original, award-winning series, popular movies, festival favorites, plus horror, sci-fi, true crime, and thrillers. You can subscribe to AMC+ for $8.99 / month or save with the annual plan for $83.88 / year.

    If you are a Prime Video subscriber, subscribing through that platform allows you to watch either in Prime Video or on the AMC+ app.

  • Cinemax

    Cinemax is a video on demand service offering Hollywood hits, action-packed original series, and behind-the-scenes exclusives. The service is available as an add-on channel with live TV streaming services or as a standalone add-on to Amazon Prime Video.

    You can often score a discounted bundle on Prime Video with Cinemax + [HBO Max].

Premium Sports

  • MLB.TV

    MLB.TV is the official streaming service of Major League Baseball. You can see every out-of-market game live or on demand, and choose home or away TV and radio feeds. The app allows fans to watch up to four games simultaneously on the same screen through their Multi-view feature.

    Users can choose to follow the entire league for “All Teams” ($149.99) plan, which is also available for “All Teams” ($24.99) a month, or you can stream one team’s out-of-market games for “Single Team” ($129.99).

    One major caveat about the service: Your local games may be blacked out through MLB.TV, so you may still need to watch through your local provider.

    If you’d like to go beyond the games, MLB.TV provides features, documentaries, and classic games.

  • NBA League Pass

    For fans of the NBA, the various League Pass services offer the opportunity to follow one team or the entire league with every game (blackout restrictions apply). Prices and features vary greatly, depending on what you’d like to watch.

    Subscriptions include Home and Away broadcasts, Mobile View, plus additional languages and camera angles. You’ll also get in-stream advanced statistics so you can check the box score and get live stats on players and teams without ever leaving the stream.

    The NBA offers three plans: “Team Pass” ($13.99) provides great options if you only want to follow a single team.

    “League Pass” ($14.99) lets you see every game across the entire league.

    The “League Pass Premium” ($19.99) plan provides the option to watch on 2 devices without commercials.

    NBA League Pass is also available as an Amazon Prime Video channel.


  • TOKU

    TOKU is a streaming service offering a variety of anime, tokusatsu, and Asian programming. Its titles are from Media Blasters, Tsuburaya Productions, MonoFilm Sales, and others.


    HIDIVE is an independent video streaming service for anime fans. The catalog contains 500+ niche content ranging from movies, OVAs, simulcasts, dubs, exclusives, live-action titles subbed shows, and simulcast versions broadcasted directly from Japan. There are tons of anime titles such as ‘Haikyu,’ ‘Kaiji,’ ‘Made in Abyss,’ and ‘The Promised Neverland.’

    Hidive costs $4.99 per month after the 7-day free trial. If you choose the yearly plan of $47.99, you’ll save 20%. It doesn’t have a free, ad-supported tier.

    There is a lot to explore with HIDIVE’s service and its many features. You can even create a private chat room for your friends to watch and chat to each other (similar to Netflix Party).

British TV

Black Entertainment


    ALLBLK a video streaming service that focuses on modern Black TV and film with a long list of new originals, exclusives, independent features, popular network TV, nostalgic Black cinema, stage plays, and lots more. There are about 200+ titles in total.

    A monthly subscription costs $5.99/month and an annual subscription is $59.99/year. You can also get the channel as an add-on within Amazon Prime Video after a 7-day free trial. While there are no offline downloads, subscribers can stream on as many devices at a time as they want.

    The service was previously called UMC - The Urban Movie Channel.

  • BET+

    BET+ is an online streaming service from BET Networks, launched as a joint venture with Tyler Perry Studios. As one of the largest online subscription video-on-demand services focused on the Black audience and lovers of Black culture, BET+ features more than 1,000 hours of premium content including new, exclusive programming, iconic TV series, movie favorites, as well as documentaries, and specials from BET Networks. BET+ offers original programming from Tyler Perry, including his plays, series, and box office hits.

    BET+ can be added as an Amazon Prime Video channel if you’d like to simplify your streaming.

  • Brown Sugar

    Brown Sugar was launched in 2017 by Bounce TV, a multicast African-American television network. With a selection of more than 300 films and shows, this VOD streaming service has a large collection of classic black cinema.

    Brown Sugar claims to be the “biggest collection of the baddest movies” in the Blaxploitation genre. A subgenre of the 1970s grindhouse exploitation film movement, Blaxploitation refers to low-budget films with Black casts tackling racial and social issues in an entertaining fashion.

    Amazon Prime Video members can purchase the channel add-on for $3.99 per month which includes a seven-day free trial.

Broadway, Opera, Ballet


Educational & History


Exercise & Health

Family & Faith

  • Destiny Image TV

    Destiny Image TV is a streaming video service catering to Christian viewers with movies, TV shows, masterclasses, courses, documentaries, conferences, how-to’s, educational, health/fitness, plus evangelical and inspirational/devotional titles.

    Non-subscribers can watch hours of free content, videos, and courses that change weekly for anyone who downloads the app.

  • Dove Channel

    Dove Channel is a streaming service offering family-friendly, usually Christian programming. It also offers a small selection of classic TV shows. Some titles are available for free, while a larger library is available to premium subscribers.

    Premium members have access to a Family Filtering tool that allows you to customize your family’s viewing experience based on your values. Select your preferred Dove Ratings and customize your Safeguard settings to create a filtered list of titles.

    Dove is available as a linear channel on YouTube TV and Frndly TV.

  • Hallmark Movies Now

    Hallmark Movies Now is a cable-free subscription service that offers thousands of hours of Hallmark’s signature feel-good programming in the form of movies and ongoing series. Nearly all media found on the service is exclusive to the Hallmark brand, created either specifically for Hallmark Movies Now, or pulled from another source of Hallmark such as Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Movies and & Mysteries, or Hallmark Drama. The service is straightforward, offering complete ad-free access to all content with the choice of either a monthly or a yearly subscription.

    The Monthly Plan for Hallmark Movies Now runs $5.99 / month, or you can save money with the Annual Plan: $59.99 / year. As Hallmark’s content is almost entirely family-friendly, there is only one profile per account, and there is no section made for kids, nor are there any parental controls. The service allows for limited international viewing, and is compatible with most media devices.

  • PixL

    PixL is a video streaming service offering family-safe original movies and miniseries. Subscribers will see timeless dramas, wholesome comedies, and love stories that lift the human spirit and span generations.

  • UP Faith & Family

    UP Faith & Family is a video streaming service focused on family-friendly and religious programming. The service is home to shows like “Heartland,” “Bringing Up Bates” and “Butter + Brown.” You can also stream family movies, cooking and design shows, Christian movies, kids favorites, Christmas movies, music specials, comedies, and more.

    While the service can be accessed as a standalone option or as a channel on Amazon Prime Video.

Food & Cooking

Lifestyle & Design

Horror, Thriller, & Crime

  • Shudder

    Shudder is a streaming video service specializing in horror, thriller and supernatural fiction titles. The service has a vast library of both classic and contemporary films as well as new, original programming such as Wolf Creek, and Slaxx. Shudder also benefits from content courtesy of AMC including Eli Roth's History of Horror and fan-favorite zombie survival series The Walking Dead. The platform is available to users in the U.S., Canada, the UK, New Zealand, Australia, and Ireland.

    Shudder is available at a subscription rate of $5.99 / month. However, a subscription of $56.99 / year upfront works out to $4.75 a month for those who are confident in their unwavering appetite for quirky slashers and genre-bending sci-fi.

    We recommend adding Shudder as a channel through Amazon Prime Video for maximum flexibility.

  • A&E Crime Central

    A&E Crime Central is a streaming service that brings you the best of A&E’s true crime documentaries and series including “60 Days In,” “After the First 48,” “Girl in the Box,” and more. Stream over 1,500 commercial-free videos anytime, on your favorite device. New videos are added every week.

  • Fear Factory

    Fear Factory is a video streaming service dedicated to horror films. Subscribers can enjoy thrills and chills by adding Fear Factory as a channel on Amazon Prime Video.

  • Full Moon Features

    Full Moon Features is an on-demand streaming service for B-movie fans. It’s 500+ titles of horror, sci-fi, fantasy, and cult features.

    B-movie veteran Charles Band was an innovator in the direct-to-video market back in the ’80s and ’90s, initially with his company called Empire Pictures, producing minor hits such as “Ghoulies” and the “Puppet Master” series. Most of his 300+ producer credits can be found in the Full Moon library.

    The subscription costs is $6.99 / month, or you can save with $59.99 / year.

    If you buy a one-year subscription, Full Moon Features will send you a code to redeem for free DVDs.

  • CONtv

    CONtv has thousands of hours of programming serving Comic Con fans. Viewers will find titles focused on horror, sci-fi, anime, martial arts, and cult classics, fantasy, gaming, grindhouse, superheroes, as well as exclusive originals.

    The streaming service is a partnership of Cinedigm and Wizard World — the largest Comic Con producer in the U.S. Upon launch, the platform had over 2,500 films, TV episodes, and original programming. This included all 11 episodes of the “Fight of the Living Dead” horror/reality series starring top YouTube creators.

    Users can subscribe through Amazon Prime Video channels for maximum flexibility and a lower price point ($4.99/month).

  • Monsters & Nightmares

    A curated collection of genre movies and television brought to you by Magnolia Pictures and Magnet Releasing, Monsters & Nightmares has categories ranging from psychological thrillers to sci-fi, pure horror, dark comedy, myths & monsters, and more. New movies are added every month.

    The subscription plan costs $2.99 per month or $29.99 per year.

  • Screambox

    Screambox is a video streaming service that delivers every type of horror imaginable, from Supernatural to Slashers, Classics, Zombies, Extreme, Psychological, Cult, Underground, Banned Movies, and more. There are also five video series available for non-subscribers to watch for free.

    There is a Free with Ads plan, an ad-free Month Premium Plan ($4.99/month), a 6 Month Premium Plan ($14.99), and a Premium Year Plan ($26.99/year).

    We recommend adding Screambox as an Amazon Prime Video channel so you can access the content through that platform, as well as the regular Screambox app.

  • XLTV

    XLTV is a video streaming service with 100+ hours of feature film programming including curated channels — Macabre for horror & genre films, Turbo for action films & thrillers, Lifeframe for documentaries & biopics, and Pace for multicultural films.

Independent Film



  • Ameba

    Ameba is a children’s video streaming service that is full of educational programming. The content catalog comprises 14,000+ episodes and 2,800 hours of kid’s shows.

    There is a Free ad-supported version that allows you to watch up to five episodes per show. However, there are some shows that are exclusive to Premium members. The Premium (ad-free) plan is $3.99/month, $19.99/year, and $39.99 for three years. You can also watch one free, ad-supported video per show when you use the service as a guest.

    We recommend adding Ameba as a channel on Amazon Prime Video so you can access the content on that platform as well as the Ameba app.

  • Boomerang

    Boomerang is a video on-demand service offering cartoons like “Bugs Bunny,” “Tom & Jerry,” “The Looney Tunes,” “Scooby-Doo,” and more. There are over 5,000 episodes from the libraries of Warner Brothers, Hanna-Barbera, as well as MGM’s animated library and new original content.

    For maximum flexibility, we recommend subscribing to Boomerang as an Amazon Prime Video channel.

    In 2017, Boomerang launched its streaming service. As of 2018, the Boomerang Network is available to about 38.3 million pay TV households in the United States.

  • Hopster

    Hopster is an ad-free video streaming and interactive app that is kidSAFE+ Coppa certified with access to 2,000+ family-friendly preschool TV shows, formal early childhood curriculums from around the world, educational games, preschool books, music, and more.

    The award-winning app and safe digital environment is trusted by more than 2 million families. You can try with a 7-day free trial or premium subscriptions ranging from Monthly ($7.99) and Yearly ($59.99). There is also a Limited Version that is completely free but there is very little content available due to the paywall.

    Kids can draw, play some games, and listen to a few songs without subscribing, but there are only a couple of shows available for free. The pressure to subscribe will be heavy with this one as kids can see what content is available behind the paywall. It’s generally geared to preschoolers with the occasional shows that skew a bit older.

    Made in partnership with some of the UK’s most intelligent academics, Hopster is designed with educational games that center around mathematics, phonics, alphabet, empathy, caring, communication and decision making.

    Children who use the app to watch educational TV shows, are only allowed to watch three episodes in a row before the app recommends another activity instead, putting an emphasis on engagement and interaction.

    Hopster is available in English (UK/US), French, Icelandic, Serbian, Bosnian, Slovenian. The service is available as an Amazon Prime Video channel, allowing you to access all the content alongside the larger streaming service.

  • Kartoon Channel

    Kartoon Channel is a video streaming service catering to children. All programs are carefully curated to be entertaining and enriching, but also to ensure there is no violence, no negative stereotypes, no inappropriate language, and no excessive commercialization.

    The service was developed in consultation with Stanford University Professor Emeritus Don Roberts, a leading researcher of children’s media. Kartoon Channel’s mission is to provide positive purposeful content to provide safe viewing for children.

  • Kidstream

    Kidstream offers hours of educational, award-winning TV shows for preschoolers and kids of all ages and interests such as science, arts and crafts, dance, music, sports, adventure, action, imagination, problem solving, and social & emotional learning. The on-demand channel features shows like “LazyTown,” “Madeline,” “Space Kids,” “Guess How Much I Love You?,” “Science Max,” “Ella the Elephant,” and more.

    Named one of Roku’s top channels for 2020, Kidstream has a seven-day free trial and you can sign up for the subscription that costs $4.99 per month. If you have Amazon Prime Video, it’s worth subscribing through that platform so you can access all the content there as well.

  • Noggin

    Noggin, owned by Nick Jr., is a VOD app for preschool kids ages 2+. You’ll get access to an expansive library of educational games, eBooks, activities, and exclusive shorts. There are also 1,000+ ad-free full episodes of kid-friendly shows like “PAW Patrol,” “Peppa Pig,” “Bubble Guppies,” and more. Paramount+ does have most of the shows available on Noggin if you’d like a service that also caters to adults.

    You can subscribe to Noggin for only $7.99 / month and get unlimited content with no ads. Subscribers can save 50% by signing up for a full year.

    Noggin is an entertainment brand that launched in 1999 as a joint venture between Nickelodeon and Sesame Workshop. The brand originated as a cable television channel and interactive website. Since its launch, it has expanded to a mobile streaming app in 2015.

  • PBS Kids

    PBS Kids is a free online streaming platform serving toddlers and preschoolers. All content here is kid-friendly and safe. Children will learn lessons about emotional regulation, creative thinking, and problem-solving, with shows focused on science, reading, and more. Standout shows include “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” “Wild Kratts,” and “Molly of Denali.” It’s a must-have service for anyone with young children.

    While your family can enjoy PBS Kids for free with the app, the content is limited to eight episodes and a handful of clips per show. If you pay for PBS Kids as an Amazon video channel, you’ll have on demand access to every episode of every show.

  • Pokémon

    Fans of the Pokémon series will enjoy the franchise’s video streaming service. The Amazon Prime Video channel provides Pokémon movies and shows as far back as 1999.

  • Ryan and Friends Plus

    Ryan and Friends Plus is a video streaming service with the star of “Ryan’s World” and the hit Nickelodeon show “Ryan’s Mystery Playdate.” The service offers fun, educational shows, cartoons, and exclusive content! Featuring science experiments, DIY crafts, pretend play, challenges, and tons of other kid-favorite activities that are fun for the whole family.

    Ryan and his Ryan’s World pals – including Combo Panda, Gus the Gummy Gator, and others – team up with Ryan’s favorite kid video stars like popular vlogger Jason Vlogs, rising star Marlin “MarMar” Chan of MarMarLand, Scratch Garden, and more, for a non-stop learning adventure.


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Sports & Outdoor

  • FUEL TV+

    FUEL TV+ is a video streaming service with more than 2,000 hours of series, movies, events and specials all from the world of Action Sports. With FUEL TV+ you have access to their entire library of genre-defining programs all on-demand and commercial-free.

    Every year, FUEL TV creates 700 hours of Live Events and 200 hours of exclusive high-quality content from 20+ Original Series, Documentaries, Talk Shows, and Branded Content. The library includes 5000+ hours of award-winning programming that inspires and entertains both action sports fans and viewers who are drawn to the sights, sounds, personalities, and culture of this scene. FUEL TV is the only channel dedicated 24/7 to the core action sports: Skate, Surf, BMX, Snow, Mountain Bike, Wakeboard, and all the lifestyle that surrounds them, where Music, Art, and Fashion play a decisive role.

  • Echoboom Sports

    Echoboom Sports is a video streaming service dedicated to extreme sports. Viewers will see films about skateboard, snowboard, ski, surf, bike, snowmobile, off-road, and more.

  • FidoTV

    FidoTV is a video streaming service dedicated to programming about dogs. Viewers will see stories of animal rescues and learn training tips, and details about breeds.

  • Hi-YAH!

    Hi-YAH! is a video streaming service featuring martial arts and Asian action movies. It offers hundreds of hours of programming, refreshed monthly, including films from Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Donnie Yen, Tony Jaa, Johnnie To, Yuen Woo-Ping, and more.

  • MotorTrend+

    MotorTrend+ is a video streaming service featuring automotive shows including top-rated series such as “Roadkill,” “Dirt Every Day,” “Hot Rod Garage,” and “Wheeler Dealers.” Subscribers can also watch live events, racing, and motorsports including behind-the-scenes coverage of Hot Rod Power Tour and Hot Rod Drag Week.

    Viewers may choose to sign up through Amazon Prime Video for maximum flexibility.

  • MyOutdoorTV

    MyOutdoorTV is a video-on-demand subscription service featuring outdoor adventure shows, how-to videos, and wild game recipes. Get 20,000+ episodes and thousands of hours of hunting, fishing, and shooting content.

    It is powered by the worldwide leaders in outdoor TV: Outdoor Channel, Sportsman Channel, and World Fishing Network. There are popular shows like “Major League Fishing (MLF),” “Drury Outdoors,” “The Crush,” “Pigman,” “Bone Collector,” “Jim Shockey’s Uncharted,” and lots more. In addition, there are episodes on Tips & How To’s, as well as Hunting and Fishing Recipes.

    Subscriptions begin with a 7-Day Free Trial for monthly subscribers ($9.99/mo.) or 30-Day Free Trial for annual subscribers ($98.99/yr). Annual subscribers in the U.S. and Canada can receive a free 12-month subscription to an outdoor magazine of their choice.

  • The Surf Network

    The Surf Network (sometimes styled as “TheSurfNetwork”) provides streaming access to the world’s largest surf video library, featuring surfing’s biggest athletes, made by award-winning filmmakers. Subscribers will see everything from 70s surf classic films to the latest brand videos. The service offers professionally produced films and videos covering all aspects of the surf lifestyle.

The main benefit of using Prime Channels is that it provides one place to access content from multiple providers. Billing is handled by one central source as well. It’s also easy to find content from channels because it is typically included in Amazon’s search indexes. You can also download content for offline viewing through the Prime Video app.

Amazon Prime Video

Amazon Prime Video is a subscription video streaming service that includes on-demand access to 10,000+ movies, TV shows, and Prime Originals like “The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power,” “Jack Ryan,” “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “The Boys,” and more. Subscribers can also add third-party services like Showtime, and Starz with Amazon Prime Video Channels. Prime Video also offers exclusive live access to NFL Thursday Night Football.

The Prime Video interface shows content included with your subscription alongside the ad-supported Freevee library and some shows and movies you need to purchase, so be sure to double-check your selection before you watch.

Prime Video is included with Amazon Prime for $12.99 per month ($119 per year), or can be purchased on its own for $8.99 per month.


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