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10 Top Streaming Tips for Weekend in New Zealand


The weekend’s arriving! While we wait eagerly for the weekends, not having exciting stuff to look up to turns our energy switch off, and we end up being lethargic and experiencing boredom.

Don’t worry. This weekend we’ve got you covered! This Amazon Prime Guide NZ has all that you need and more to keep you entertained and munching on popcorn all weekend.

  1. The Boys (Season 3)

If you’re familiar with the show’s last two seasons, you’ll know why this show tops the list.

Since its release on OTT platforms, this show has been a runaway hit. With many shows and movies celebrating superheroes, this show attempts the story with a different perspective only to make it intense, thought-provoking, engaging, and whatnot! Every episode you watch leaves you gasping for breath and skipping on to the next.

There are various reasons why this was one of the most anticipated shows, some of which are the flawless storytelling technique and the roller coaster stories of every character that only makes the story more engaging.

  1. Outer Range

Outer Range could be an epic watch for you this weekend with a blend of supernatural mystery and dry humor. The story centers around a person fighting for his family and land who ends up discovering, what we can call, a mega mystery.

The story begins with the Abbott family trying to cope with the disappearance of Rebecca (daughter-in-law). However, the situation worsens when their competitor uses this challenging time to snatch Abbott’s land, followed by an untimely death in the community.

As it appears, this story is full of drama, action, and ups and downs to keep viewers engaged and waiting for the tables to turn.

  1. Luxe Listing Sydney

If you’re a Rich Dad Poor Dad fan, enjoy property porn, and need an amusing perspective on Real Estate, this movie is a must-watch.

Luxe Listing Sydney, as the name suggests, is a story about the real estate business where the central characters’ only driving force is getting a higher paycheck.

  1. A Very British Scandal

Written by Sarah Phelps, the plot focuses on the story of a turbulent divorce of a Duke and a Duchess. This divorce is fueled by legal conflicts and the need to keep public appearances. With the story, you’ll discover different faces and glide in and out, up and down, as the story flows.

  1. The Lord of Rings: The Rings of Power

The highly anticipated show, The Lord of Rings: The Rings of Power of Amazon Prime, has finally been released. The series is set before the War of the Ring with gigantic shoes to fill. The show tells the story of the dwarf mines to the Eleven Kingdoms of Lindon. It features a massive storyline, 22 big names, and is a show you can’t miss.

  1. The Pursuit of Love

“This is how, in search of love, life ends,” a quote worth mentioning, however, doesn’t describe the movie but doesn’t fail to give an idea of what’s inside. The Pursuit of Love is an adventurous story, with some misfortunes, of two women searching for an ideal husband.

The story doesn’t fail to test your emotions and plays with your patience. A sweet and sour tale you should tune into this weekend.

  1. Modern Love

A beautiful anthology portrays a modern love life that’ll make you fall in love with the idea of love. From the pages of The New York Times directly to your screens, there are eight stories in the show for you to experience. You’ll find many familiar faces like Dev Patel, Julia Garner, Anne Hathaway, Tina Fey, Andrew Scott, and more living the life how they know best.

  1. The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel

The Marvellous Mrs. Maisel is a story of a housewife (Midge Maisel) living a perfect “American Dream” life until one day they stopped being in love and divorced. In distress, the meek housewife gets drunk and unhinged, steps on the stage, and delivers a hilarious show about her predicament.

This critically acclaimed show Mrs. Maisel won Emmy and Golden Globes, and the journey of Midge as a comedian is quite addicting to follow as well.

  1. Conversations with Friends

Frances, played by Alison Oliver, is the central character in the story. Frances and Bobbi (earlier in the relationship, broke up 3 years back) are good friends, virtually inseparable, and perform spoken poetry in Dublin. While Bobbi is compelling, self-assured, and outspoken, Frances is sharp, cerebral, and observant.

While performing in Dublin, a legendary writer gets fascinated with their performance, and there comes a turn when Frances begins on the journey of self-discovery.

  1. Panic

The setting is a small town in Texas, where graduating seniors, hoping to change their lives forever, compete with each other in a series of challenges. The twist comes when the rules are changed for the current year.

The stakes are higher, and so are the dangers. But, while the students face the hazards of their darkest thoughts, you can explore your dark thoughts at the same time.


Amazon Prime Video is one of the biggest platforms where you can find a plethora of content to stream. So depending on your preferences and mood, you can tune in to the shows that excite you the most and have a fun NZ weekend.

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