Eight of the Best Amazon Prime Shows to Binge in One Weekend

Eight of the Best Amazon Prime Shows to Binge in One Weekend ...

You know the feeling. Youve finally found the show to binge this weekend, the perfect length to last you through these next 48 hours of rest. Problem is, it can be difficult to find the program, especially one that you can explore from start to finish in such a short period.

There are plenty of Amazon Prime shows you can binge from start to finish in just one weekend. From light-hearted comedy to complete mythical universes, there are plenty of them.

'Modern Love'

Modern Love, a light-hearted dramatization of every type of love imaginable, from familial to romantic, is an anthology series, with each episode telling a different story with a different cast.

Anne Hathaway, Dev Patel, Andrew Scott, and Tina Fey are some of the big names that have starred in this hit series, with even more seen in season 2, giving you a fun, interactive look at love of all kinds. This is the weekend binge-worthy program for you.

The Wilds

Think of The Wildsas as a cross between Gossip Girl and Lostan Amazon Original that focuses on a group of teenage girls who survive a plane crash while attending a womens empowerment conference.

The girls do not know each other and are very different, originating from differing walks of life. The additional plot twist is revealed when the girls realize that someone is watching them struggle to survive - demonstrating to viewers that nothing on this island is as it appears.

Frank of Ireland

If you wanted to go to the Emerald Isle but COVID got in the way, weve got you covered. Frank of Ireland is a comedy written by brothers Brian and Domhnall Gleeson, following the story of an aspiring singer-songwriter in a perpetual state of suspended adolescence.

Frank of Ireland is the perfect comedy if youre after a comedy that will leave you laughing all the way.

The Boys

This one is a bit longer and is better suited for a long weekend. If you are starting to get sick of all of the superhero movies dominating the box office, The Boys is the program for you. Superheroes are the bad guys, and everything isn't as it appears at first glance.

The Boys is not only based on a graphic novel, it also dissects traditional comic book tropes and depicts a world where good is evil and bad is good. Youll never know who youre rooting for in this three-season extravaganza guaranteed to keep you parked on the couch all weekend.


Undonean is an animated series about a young lady (Rosa Salazar) who finds herself confronted with the ability to travel through time following an accident. Using pictures and rotoscoping, the animation has a fascinating appearance that often comes across as hyper-realistic.

This two-season drama has received warm critical reception over the years and has ranked in several top adult animation awards. With eight short episodes in each season, it's a great weekend snack.


Another project by the creator of Mr. Robotcomes Homecoming, a tense psychological thriller that will keep you on your toes. It's an adaptation of a popular podcast about a mysterious war veteran facility, with Julia Roberts and Stephan JamesUnraveling the secrets of the veteran program.

Homecoming is a must-see for fans of twisted settings filled with deception and deceit.


Fleabag is a short and quick two-season comedy about, at its core, grief, love, and relationships with those you care about the most.

The second season is especially enjoyed by most, thanks to Andrew Scott's leading love interest. Fleabag is extraordinarily funny and takes you through our protagonists' lives, careers, relationships with her sister and wider family, and more, all while constantly breaking the fourth wall and being poignantly funny.

Carnival Row

Carnival Row is a popular fantasy fan film, with celebrities such as Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne playing starring roles. In this fantasy world, there is a lot of war and a mix of mythical creatures and humans striving for victory.

Carnival Row is the show for you, with a beautiful world, solid acting, and storytelling to keep you engaged all weekend long.