New to Prime Video in February

What was one of Prime Video’s flagship shows has been consigned to second-tier status in the latest monthly highlights distributed to media.

Season two of Clarkson’s Farm will stream from February 10 but curiously Prime Video isn’t promoting it as one of next month’s top drawcards — presumably because of the opprobrium Clarkson has earned for his controversial comments about Meghan Markle in a recent column.

The fallout has jeopardised his future as the host of ITV’s Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? and his relationship with Prime Video but the good news for fans of Clarkson’s Farm is a third season is in the works.

In the meantime, here are the February star attractions Prime Video is pushing instead:


CARNIVAL ROW S2, February 17

In a fantasy world where humans and creatures clash, S2 picks up with former inspector Rycroft Philostrate a.k.a. Philo (Orlando Bloom) investigating a series of gruesome murders stoking social tension. Vignette Stonemoss (Cara Delevingne) and the Black Raven plot payback for the unjust oppression inflicted by The Burgue’s human leaders, Jonah Breakspear (Arty Froushan) and Sophie Longerbane (Caroline Ford). Tourmaline (Karla Crome) inherits supernatural powers that threaten her fate and the future of The Row. And, after escaping The Burgue and her vengeful brother Ezra (Andrew Gower), Imogen Spurnrose (Tamzin Merchant) and her partner Agreus Astrayon (David Gyasi) encounter a radical new society which upends their plans. With humans and fae folk divided and freedom on the line, each hero will face impossible dilemmas and soul-defining tests in the epic conclusion of Carnival Row.

You can view the trailer here.


THE ESTATE February 3

Two sisters plot to win the inheritance of their cantankerous, terminally ill aunt, but find other relatives have equally devious designs on the family fortune. The whole family hates cranky, sickly Aunt Hilda (Kathleen Turner). And she loathes them right back. What everyone loves, however, is dying Hilda’s alleged fortune. The woman’s cash-strapped nieces, ruthless Savanna (Anna Faris) and guilt-ridden Macey (Toni Collette), are banking on a little last-minute fawning and flattery in ensuring their aunt will change her will in their favour. Unfortunately, they’re not the only scheming relatives. A scurrilous farce that starts in bad taste and becomes increasingly perverse, The Estate’s crack ensemble cast are clearly having a blast. Blending surreal non-sequiturs with sexual slapstick, British writer-director Dean Craig’s (Death at a Funeral) gleeful irreverence ensures that the family who preys together very much pays together. 

You can view the trailer here.



Based on Bentley Little’s 2015 novel of the same name, this twisted comedic-thriller series explores the sinister relationship between boss and employee. When a new consultant, Regus Patoff (Christoph Waltz), is hired to improve the business at the App-based gaming company CompWare, employees experience new demands and challenges that put everything into question… including their lives.

You can view the teaser trailer here.



Workaholic TV producer Ally (Alison Brie) faces a major professional setback, which sends her running to the comforts of her hometown. She spends a whirlwind evening reminiscing with her first love Sean (Jay Ellis), and starts to question everything about the person she’s become. Things only get more confusing when she discovers Sean is getting married to Cassidy (Kiersey Clemons), whose confidence and creative convictions remind Ally of who she used to be. 

You can view the trailer here.