Amazon Prime Video gets five new channels. Which ones are worth signing?

The Amazon Prime Video added to five new channels platform with signatures apart.

It is a more accessible way to see films and series from Starzplay, in addition to presenting Noggin, aimed at children.

Starzplay has a wide range of exclusive series, such as;
Normal People, High Fidelity, P-Valley, The Great and Das Boot . But Starzplay can also be subscribed via NOW or via AppleTV +.
Looke also has a great variety of titles in the film section. There is, for example, a classic by Antonioni ( The Mystery of Oberwald ), rare Brazilian titles ( Quatrilho and Além da Paixão ) and the wonderful Iranian drama The Separation , an Oscar winner. But, in addition to the website itself, Looke can be signed via NOW.

The novelties, therefore, are Paramount and MGM. The first has children’s programming, series like Masters of Sex and The Handmaid’s Tale , and important films such as Where the Weaknesses Have No Time , by the Coen brothers, Inglourious Bastards , by Tarantino, Cosmopolis, by David Cronenberg, and War on Terror , winner of six awards at the 2010 Oscars.

I liked MGM better , which has a more attractive menu, with rarities like seven Woody Allen feature films: Bananas (1971), Annie Hall / Groom Neurotic, Nervous Bride (1977), Manhattan (1979), Broadway Danny Rose (1984 ), Hannah and her Sisters (1986), September (1987) and Simplesmente Alice (1990). There are also emblematic works by Sergio Leone ( Three Men in Conflict ), Sylvester Stallone ( Rocky, a Fighter ), Cher ( Moon Spell ), Blake Edwards ( A Shot in the Dark and The Pink Panther) and Meryl Streep ( The French Lieutenant’s Wife ). All channels have a seven-day free trial.

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