New to Prime Video in March

Prime Video will be Neighbours’ new home from this month.

The Aussie soap that was axed after 36 years will stream on the service from March 22, when part one of season 20 will premiere.

Reprising their roles for Ramsay Street’s new era are Stefan Dennis (Paul Robinson), Alan Fletcher (Karl Kennedy), Ryan Moloney (Roadie Rebecchi), Jackie Woodburne (Susan Kennedy), Annie Jones (Jane Harris), Rebekah Elmaloglou (Terese Willis), Georgie Stone (Mackenzie Hargreaves) and Tim Kano (Leo Tanaka).

Ian Smith (Harold Bishop), April Rose Pengilly (Chloe Brennan) and Melissa Bell (Lucy Robinson) will make guest appearances.

Also back behind the scenes are Jason Herbison, Neighbours’ executive producer since 2013, and producer Andrew Thompson.

Other Prime Video premieres will include:

Daisy Jones & the Six (March 3), in which an iconic ’70s band led by two feuding singers implodes while at the top of the charts. Riley Keough, Sam Claflin, Camila Morrone, Will Harrison, Suki Waterhouse, Josh Whitehouse, Sebastian Chacon, Nabiyah Be, Tom Wright and Timothy Olyphant star.

The Power (March 31) is named after teenage girls with whose ability to electrocute people reverses the power balance of the world. Toni Collette, John Leguizamo, Auli’i Cravalho, Toheeb Jimoh, Josh Charles, Eddie Marsan, Ria Zmitrowicz, Zrinka Cvitešić and Halle Bush star.

Class of ‘07 (March 17), a comedy about an apocalypse that hits during the 10-year reunion of an all-girls high school. Emily Browning, Caitlin Stacey, Megan Smart, Claire Lovering, Sana’a Shaik, Sarah Krndija, Steph Tisdell, Bernie Van Tiel, Chi Nguyễn, Emma Horn, Rose Flanagan and Debra Lawrance star.

Perfect Addiction (March 24), in which an MMA trainer Sienna Lane coaching the love of her life to become the ultimate MMA underground champion … until she catches cheating on her with her younger sister and sets out to hit where it hurts the most — in the ring. Manu Bennett, Poppy Gilbert, Ross Butler and Kiana Madeira star.

Last Light (March 10) concerns a family in crisis when society suddenly collapses due to a global oil crisis (Matthew Fox and Joanne Froggatt star), Coach Prime (March 3) is a four-part docuseries about Jackson State University’s historic 2022 football season, and Swarm (March 17) is about a young woman’s obsession with a pop star that turns dark.

Also new will be the marquee movies Men (March 3), Nope (March 9), The Forgiven (March 15), Where the Crawdads Sing (March 28) and Beast (March 30), along with:

  • White Elephant (March 5)
  • Christmas in Paradise (March 8)
  • Hugh Van Cuylenburg: G.E.M (March 9)
  • The O.C. S1-4 (March 15)
  • Falling Skies S1-S5 (March 15)
  • Good Luck to You, Leo Grande (March 19)
  • You Won’t Be Alone (March 23)
  • Dave Hughes: Ridiculous (March 24).
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2 Responses to “New to Prime Video in March”

  1. So Neighbors quietly appears here and nobody mentioned Amazon made a agreement to create more episodes of the series. And have it on their platform across various countries.

  2. That came out last November, Chris? And was fairly big news at the time.

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