Here's some of the amazing TV shows and movies coming to Prime Video in 2023
Prime Video is churning out some epic content this year and we simply cannot wait to devour the hottest films and TV shows in 2023.
But as we are spoilt for choice, we know that choosing the perfect film or show is half the battle when you’ve scored a quiet night in.
Luckily for you, LADbible has curated some of our top picks set to be released later this year.
Just be sure to pop these in the calendar.
Shotgun Wedding - January 27
Prime Video’s Shotgun Wedding sees Darcy (played by Jennifer Lopez) and Tom (Josh Duhamel) prepare for their luxurious getaway wedding in the Dominican Republic.
But, despite the exotic destination and gorgeous couple, the wedding begins to unravel as tensions rise between overbearing in-laws.
Throw in an ex-lover played by none other than Lenny Kravitz and you’ve got a full-scale wedlock disaster.
But, the ceremony takes an unexpected turn when guests are taken hostage, and family members are forced to work together to save their loved ones, provided they don’t kill each other along the way.
Class 07 - March 17
Bumping into your all high school chums can already be a blood-curdling experience, but when there's an apocalyptic tidal wave on the horizon then it really raises the stakes to life or death.
With the consequences being lethal, four women must find a way to survive on the island peak of their high school campus.
Class 07 features an ensemble of homegrown talent, including Emily Browning, Caitlin Stacey and Meghan Smart.
Hot Potato - The Wiggles Story
Later this year, Prime Video will look into one of Australia’s most beloved musical groups: The Wiggles.
Hot Potato is set to be an ‘ode to childhood and homage to the power of friendships and dreams’, according to Variety.
This feature-length documentary will pull back the curtain and see the formation of these brilliant child entertainers.
While the band has cemented themselves as national treasures, the doco will focus on the rocky start these four had as they ventured into show business.
Citadel - April 28
There’s already so much hype around this big-budget science fiction drama television series created by Patrick Moran and award-winning filmmakers, the Russo brothers.
Citadel will follow an intelligence agency by the same name and the hunt for a man determined to bring it on its feet.
The series will star Game of Thrones' Richard Madden, who plays a spy with a mysterious past.
Madden will also be joined by Stanley Tucci, Priyanka Chopra and Puberty Blues’ Ashleigh Cummings.
The Flowers of Alice Hart
Based on the international best-selling novel by the same name, this seven-part drama series is the heart-wrenching story of a young girl, Alice (played by Fear of the Walking Dead’s Alycia Debnam-Carey), who comes from a violent upbringing and is suddenly orphaned.
Alice is forced to move to her grandmother’s (Sigourney Weaver) flower farm, and it's here she must face her confronting past to break patterned behaviour and live on her own terms.
The series will also star Aussie actors, Asher Keddie and Leah Purcell, with Weaver serving as executive producer.
For those seeking a laugh or several, Deadloch is a perfect dark, twisted comedy you need to check out this year.
From the brainchild of Get Krack!n duo Kate McCartney and Kate McLennan, this Prime Video original takes off as a man’s body is found in the quiet seaside of Deadloch.
Two detectives are put on the case - one good cop, bad cop, to say the very least.
Along with enlisting an over-eager junior detective, the two must solve this case right as the town is hosting its annual crafts, culture and cooking festival.
Hilarity is sure to follow.
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