Prime Video began its journey with few original content and trying to fill its shelves with foreign productions although, over the last two years, it has been increasing its bet on its streaming platform. And that, despite the fact that its business model does not resemble that of its competition since it does not have monthly payments and its enjoyment is linked to membership in the Prime community.
Part of that bet has been reflected in our country thanks to impulse of some fictions that have been released over the last few months. This is the case of “El Cid”, which arrived in December, or “El Internado: Las Cumbres”, which did so during February so that March will not be left orphaned from enjoying a new national production. Is about “La Temperance”, based on the homonymous book by María Dueñas and that takes us to the final years of the 19th century where a woman and a man made by themselves meet. Star Leonor Watling, Rafael Novoa, Emilio Gutiérrez Caba and Juana Acosta.
For its part, this March will see the arrival of one of the most anticipated films of recent times, continuation of a hit from 1988 as was “The Prince of Zamunda”. Eddie Murphy returns 33 years later to narrate what happened after his accession to the throne and the discovery that he makes that he has a son living in the US “The King of Zamunda” will discover the old characters and what has become of their turbulent (and fun) lives.
By last, In March, Prime Video also received the possibility of subscribing to FlixOlé through Amazon’s service., the platform focused on Spanish cinema of all times and that has more than 3,500 titles in its catalog. It will cost you 2.99 euros per month and you will not have to leave the Prime Video application itself to enjoy all its productions.
Below you have all the news that will come to Prime Video in March 2021:
6th of March
- Law and Order: Special Victims Unit (T11 to T13)
- Jack & Jill (T1 and T2)
- Making Their Mark (T1)
- Good guys
- The Good Fight (T3)
- Absentia (T2)
- Temperance (T1)
- The King of Zamunda
- The Priest
- The secrets we hide
- Hell on the border