5 Best Shows Coming to Prime Video in January 2023: After a record-breaking 2022, the popular streaming platform Prime Video plans to top its own success in 2023 with the release of many new television shows and blockbuster original films. There are a wide variety of exciting new shows coming to the streaming service in the upcoming year. In this article, we will read 5 Best Shows Coming to Prime Video in January 2023! Keep reading to know more in detail.
The Rig Series
Beginning the month (and the year), Prime Video has a brand new series in The Rig. The events of The Rig occur on an isolated oil rig in the Scottish Highlands. Those on the rig face terrible peril when a weird fog rolls in.
Emily Hampshire, Iain Glen, and Owen Teale, as well as newcomers Calvin Demba, Molly Vevers, and Abraham Popoola, star in the suspenseful TV show's first and second seasons. There will be a total of eight episodes in the first season, with the premiere of at least the first two episodes scheduled for January 6, 2023.
Bill & Ted Face the Music
When it comes to comedy sequels, there are dozens that leave you with a sour taste in your mouth for everyone that is actually funny, but “Bill & Ted Face the Music” is one of the few that stands out as a true classic. This third installment in the “Bogus Journey” cult comedy series follows up approximately 30 years after the events of the second film, with guitar-playing buffoons Ted “Theodore” Logan & William S. “Bill” Preston, Esq. now in their middle years as fathers.
Still striving to complete their mission by penning the ideal song & bringing about global harmony, the duo is sent into a state of frantic last-minute frenzied action upon finding they have just 78 minutes to do so before the end of the world. A return to the time-traveling phone booth appears to be required.
“Face the Music” manages to keep the breezy tone & surreal humor of the first two “Bill & Ted” films while also adding some much-needed gravitas. It's both a story about members of Generation X coming to terms with the fact that the future hasn't turned out the way they imagined it would and a celebration of music's varied and illustrative past.
The comedy follows Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel as they plan their destination wedding. The bride and groom's wedding day goes astray when their guests become hostages and they have to work together to defeat their assailant before they can finally say “I do.” Jennifer Coolidge, Lenny Kravitz, and Sônia Braga feature in this film directed by Jason Moore (who also directed “Pitch Perfect”).
Orphan: First Kill (2022)
A horror prequel like Orphan: First Kill has no business being good. The original had a rug-pull twist that would be impossible to replicate. All you have to do is invent one of your own and run with it as far as you can.
Without giving too much away, the story begins with Esther (Isabelle Fuhrman) being adopted by a family who believes she is their long-lost daughter, much like in Orphan. She appears to have them fooled, but there are still some loose ends she'll have to try to seal.
Following this, we have a horror romp that fully commits to its absurdity, taking things to absurd extremes until everything we've come to know seems ready to burn to the ground. If you go into it as blind as possible, you'll have a great time.
Hunters Season 2 Premiere
On January 13, 2023, the second and final season of Hunters will premiere. The final season's eight episodes will all be released at once for convenient binge watching. Al Pacino plays Meyer Offerman, and Logan Lerman plays Jonah Heidelbaum, in this crime drama.
In the first season, New York City is in 1977, but Nazi officials are hiding out and plotting to build the Fourth Reich, so Jonah is taken in by a secret group of Nazi hunters. The series will end with the upcoming season despite positive ratings and streamer engagement.