February is just around the corner and that means some new content comes to Amazon Prime Video.
The second month of the year, Prime Video looks forward to the first three seasons of The Expanse, while the fourth season is available as primary series. The design was created and created in Toronto and was preserved from a write-off, after an "overwhelming online response" from fans.
Here's a list of what's coming after the streaming video service in Canada:
- Generation come – This Amazon is a documentary that investigates the pathologies that have created the richest society the world has ever seen.
- The terror (season 1) – In 1848, two real wars of war, HMS Terror and HMS Erebus, sent on a Royal Naval expedition to find the compelling Northwest Passage in the Arctic's ice lost and saddened by hunger, tears, cannibalism and a democratic polarization.
- The effect (sails 1-3) – A police detective in the asteroid, the first officer of an interplanetary ice replacer and an earthquake of & # 39; a United Nations out of the way is slowly making a huge conspiracy that the earthquake of & # 39; an earth threat on an asteroid.
- Falling Water (Season 2) – An intersection between reality and unconscious thought, follow three strangers who are slowly realizing that they are dreaming of a bigger, sinister tragedy.
- Lorena – A four-part primary document. Lorena discovers the hidden truths in John Wayne's and Lorena Bobbitt's famous case and asks the longest story to describe this event. Registered by documentary filmmaker Joshua Rofé (Lost for Life),
- This Giant Beast is the Global Economy – The Prime Original docs follow the Kal Penn comedy on a globe-voltage exploration of & # 39; The world economy affects us all
- Shelves – Denzel Washington. A working-American American father tries to reach his family in the fifties, commenting on the terms of his life.
Amazon Prime Video is included with a prime membership, which costs $ 79.99 annually or $ 7.99 per month.