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1. Los Billis

Based on the real story of one of Bogota's notorious teenage gangs and their lasting impact on Colombian pop culture.

Los Billis | Image: Google

2. Invincible Season 2

Based on the comic series by Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead), Invincible follows Mark Grayson (Yeun), the son of an extraterrestrial superhero known.

Invincible Season 2 | Image: Google

3. Romancero

Cornelia and Jordan flee from the force of the law from powerful supernatural creatures and even from themselves.

Romancero | Image: Google

4. P.I. Meena

A young, troubled, female private investigator gets thrown into a world, where she has to fathom the unfathomable and find her own self.

P.I. Meena | Image: Google

5. Rainbow Rishta

Enter the worlds of six heartwarming, real and fabulous stories of love where our protagonists across the queer spectrum make mountains move to make their seemingly impossible dreams come true.

Rainbow Rishta | Image: Google

6. Knuckle Girl

A promising female boxer risks her life to rescue her sister from a criminal underworld gang.

Knuckle Girl | Image: Google

7. Twin Love Season 1

Ten sets of twins will be divided into two houses with identical casts, where they will start an intriguing and gripping search for love.

Twin Love Season 1 | Image: Google

8. Maxine's Baby: The Tyler Perry Story

The Tyler Perry Story takes a deeper look into Perry's humble beginning growing up in New Orleans, LA and under the tyranny of an often overly abusive father.

Maxine's Baby: The Tyler Perry Story | Image: Google

9. Your Christmas or Mine 2

They've swapped Christmas - again. Can Hayley and James' relationship survive another turbulent family Christmas or has their future together gone off-piste?!

Your Christmas or Mine 2 | Image: Google

10. Elf Me

Trip is an unconventional elf. As Santa's helper, he seems to succeed only in building bizarre weapons rather than toys.

Elf Me | Image: Google

11. Jinny's Kitchen: Team Building

The unscripted Korean variety show is set to return for a special coming exclusively to Prime Video this month. It shows a catch-up session among the familiar employees of Jinny's Kitchen such as CEO Lee Seo Jin, director Jung Yu Mi, manager Park Seo Joon, intern Choi Woo Shik, and BTS' V.

Jinny's Kitchen: Team Building | Image: Google

12. BTS: Yet to Come Concert

The concert film will be available to watch on Prime Video. Because it's a Prime Original, you'll need a Prime membership to watch it. If you already have a subscription, you can watch it for free.

BTS: Yet to Come Concert | Image: Google

13. Congrats My Ex!

Congrats My Ex!, is a Thai romantic comedy film starring Bella Ranee Campen, Bright Vachirawit Chivaaree, Mahir Pandhi and Anahita Bhooshan in the main roles.

Congrats My Ex! | Image: Google

14. Takeshi's Castle

Worldwide sensation Takeshi's Castle returns after 34 years! Popular games are revived on a larger scale and new, terrifying obstacles appear one after another.

Takeshi's Castle | Image: Google

15. Boyz 4

This Marathi movie is about Kabir and his friends. Kabir Gayatri Panigrahi (Sumant Shinde) relocates to London for studies after breaking ties with his friends Dhariyasheel (Pratik Lad) and Dhungraj (Parth Bhalerao), who are caught cheating in an exam.

Boyz 4 | Image: Google