April is coming, and with it comes one of the most anticipated TV series of the year, Game of Thrones. You’d be forgiven, then, for expecting all other TV channels and streamers to back off a bit to give HBO’s fantasy epic some space to dominate everyone’s watchlist, but Amazon maintains its small but steady drumbeat of content this month, with a small but promising selection of originals and exclusives.
As well as weekly episodes of American Gods, New Amsterdam and NOW Apocalypse, Amazon Prime Video also welcomes a new season of The Bold Type and Keeping up with the Kardashians, plus the addition of The Tick’s second season and, most promising of all, a fifth outing for Amazon’s longest original series, detective drama Bosch.
Here’s what’s coming soon to Amazon Prime Video UK in March 2019:
Prime Video Channels (hayu): Keeping Up with the Kardashians: Season 16 – 1st April
The reality series returns for its 16th seasons, with Kim, Kourtney, Khloé, Kendall, Kylie and mum Kris once more giving us a slice of their live inside inherited Hollywood royalty. Episodes arrive on hayu weekly, following their US broadcast.
Hayu costs £3.99 a month on Prime Video Channels, in addition to an Amazon Prime membership.
The Tick: Season 2 – 5th April
Amazon’s superhero comedy follows Arthur (Griffin Newman), an unassuming accountant with no superpowers, who becomes embroiled in the middle of the battle between good and evil – thanks to his mysterious new ally, The Tick (Peter Serafinowicz), a bizarre, blue costumed figure, who may just be a figment of Arthur’s imagination. Tick and Arthur both return for Season 2 to defend the city from new villains and old enemies. That is, if they can convince AEGIS, the government agency in charge of superhero regulation, that they deserve the job. But now that the City is ‘safe enough to protect’, Tick and Arthur begin to see they’ve got competition, and that everyone’s got a secret to hide.
Prime Video Channels (Discovery Channel): Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail – 9th April
He’s conquered the Yukon, now it’s time to conquer the jungle. In the brand new series of Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail, Parker Schnabel heads to Guyana, the most prospective, yet under explored gold regions in the world, to test his hand in mining through the rich dirt. In 2016, over £625 million in gold was mined in Guyana vs. £59 million in Parker’s homeland, the Yukon. But Parker is used to running a multi-million-dollar corporation, he’s going to have to strip back to basics in the jungle, forgetting everything he knows about mining. To help him navigate the unfamiliar turf, Parker meets up with local rogue miners along the way to learn how to mine Guyana style in attempt to hid the mother lode. Episodes arrive on Discovery weekly, alongside their broadcast.
Discovery Channel costs £4.99 a month on Prime Video Channels, in addition to an Amazon Prime membership.
The Bold Type: Season 3 – 10th April
Inspired by the life of Joanna Coles (former Editor-in-Chief of fashion magazine, Cosmopolitan), The Bold Type reveals a glimpse into the outrageous lives and loves of those who work on fictional women’s magazine Scarlet. Picking up after the heartbreak, romance and uncertainty from the Season 2 finale in Paris, The Bold Type returns this April as Jane (Katie Stevens, Faking It), Kat (Aisha Dee, Sweet/Vicious) and Sutton (Meghann Fahy, Miss Sloane) are faced with the aftermath of some major decisions. Meanwhile, Scarlet Magazine is undergoing some changes, with new staffers brought on board who are bound to ruffle some feathers.
The new season continues to explore important issues, both personal and political, and the trio continue to push the boundaries of what it means to be young women juggling careers, love lives and embracing their identities. Episodes arrive on Amazon Prime Video weekly, following their US broadcast.
Bosch: Season 5 – 19th April
Based on Michael Connelly’s best-selling novels, the one-hour crime drama stars Titus Welliver (Lost) as homicide Detective Harry Bosch, Jamie Hector (The Wire) as Detective Jerry Edgar, Amy Aquino (Being Human) as Lt. Grace Billets, Madison Lintz (The Walking Dead) as Maddie Bosch and Lance Reddick (The Wire) as Chief Irvin Irving. Season 5 also features guest stars Mimi Rogers (Big Nothing) and Ryan Hurst (Remember the Titans) alongside the veteran cast. Season 5 picks up 15 months after Bosch has finally brought his mother’s killer to justice, and he finds himself seeking the truth on two fronts. New evidence in an old case leaves everyone wondering whether Bosch crossed the line by planting evidence. Simultaneously, a murder at a Hollywood pharmacy exposes a sophisticated opioid pill mill, and Bosch’s search for the killers takes him down a dark and perilous path.
Kong: Skull Island – 19th April
This vibrant, violent King Kong reboot mixes the thrill of monsters and the fun of world-building in one hairy package.
Other titles coming soon to Amazon Prime Video UK in April 2019:
American Gods: Season 2, Episode 4
NOW Apocalypse: Episode 4 (STARZPLAY)
The Grand Tour: Season 3, Episode 13
American Gods: Season 2, Episode 5
Keeping Up With The Kardashians: Season 16, Episode 2 (hayu)
NOW Apocalypse: Episode 5 (STARZPLAY)
New Amsterdam: Season 1, Episode 17
American Gods: Season 2, Episode 6
Keeping Up With The Kardashians: Season 16, Episode 3 (hayu)
NOW Apocalypse: Episode 6 (STARZPLAY)
Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail: Episode 2 (Discovery)
The Bold Type: Season 3, Episode 2
American Gods: Season 2, Episode 7
Keeping Up With The Kardashians: Season 16, Episode 4 (hayu)
NOW Apocalypse: Episode 7 (STARZPLAY)
Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail: Episode 3 (Discovery)
The Bold Type: Season 3, Episode 3
American Gods: Season 2, Episode 8
Keeping Up With The Kardashians: Season 16, Episode 5 (hayu)
NOW Apocalypse: Episode 8 (STARZPLAY)
Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail: Episode 4 (Discovery)
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