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Here’s what’s coming to Amazon Prime in August

Florence Foster Jenkins (Photo: Paramount)
Florence Foster Jenkins (Photo: Paramount)

Channing Tatum’s weirdo Romanian cop parody Comrade Detective is coming to Amazon Prime on August 4—and you can see a new trailer for it right here—but it’s not the only new content that subscribers will be able to stream while enjoying their free shipping and exclusive sales. They’ll also be getting the reboot of cult superhero hit The Tick, kid shows Lost In Oz and Tumble Leaf, and a whole bunch of movies including Superbad, Florence Foster Jenkins, and five of the Saw movies. (If you want to see Saw VI or Saw VII, they’re already available on Prime.)


The full list of new movies and TV shows is below, and if you’d rather get this information in a video, Amazon has shared a sizzle reel as well.

Available 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


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 II


Saw IV

Saw V

Teen Wolf

Teen Wolf Too

Terry Fator: Live In Concert

Wayne’s World 2

Available August 2


Available August 4

Superbad (Unrated)

Comrade Detective (Amazon Original)

Lost in Oz (Amazon Original)

Available August 5

The Ticket

Available August 15

Tumble Leaf (Amazon Original)

Available August 17

Nick Offerman & Megan Mullally: Summer of 69: No Apostrophe


Available August 19

My Bloody Valentine

Available August 20

In Secret

Available August 25

The Tick (Amazon Original)

Available August 27

Florence Foster Jenkins

Available August 29


Gimme Shelter (2013)