Find out what’s new coming to Amazon Prime Video Brasil in August

Find out what's new coming to Amazon Prime Video Brasil in August

THE Amazon Prime Video released the list and release date for his films and series for the month of August. Check out the premieres of Prime Original’s productions among other producers that come to the streaming service.

Prime Original Series that arrive in service in August:

August 2
This is Football
The six-episode documentary explores the emotions, stories, passions and triumphs of the world’s most beloved sport. From the streets of New Delhi to the postwar Rwanda and Champions League fields, this series tells a unique story of football and its power to unite countries, inspire generations and captivate billions of people.

August 9
Black and Yellow – Borussia Dortmund
The 2018/2019 season of the German team Borussia Dortmund in search of the Bundesliga and Champions League titles.

August 9
Free Meek
Rapper Meek Mill’s arrest in Philadelphia in 2017 for parole violations sparked national outrage. A new investigation into the original case explores allegations of police corruption when Meek becomes the face of a justice reform movement.

August 16th
El Juego de las Llaves
Eight friends, all in stable relationships, decide to venture into a game of sexual discovery and swapping couples, to try to get rid of the daily routine and spice up their love lives.

August 30
Carnival Row
Orlando Bloom (Pirates of the Caribbean) and Kara Delevingne (Suicide squad) star Carnival Row, a series set in a Victorian fantasy world filled with immigrant mythological creatures, whose exotic lands have been invaded by empires of man. Forbidden to live, love and fly with freedom, this growing population struggles to coexist with human beings. But even in the dark, hope survives, when a human detective, Rycroft Philostrate (Bloom), and a refugee fairy named Vignette Stonemoss (Delevingne), rekindle a dangerous love relationship despite an increasingly intolerant society. The city’s complicated peace collapses when a series of murders reveals a monster that no one could imagine.

Licensed series coming to Prime Video this month:

August 1st
The Motorcycle Girl
Joana is a motogirl who lives the fascinating and risky daily life of the streets, viaducts and expressways of São Paulo on two wheels, in addition to having to defend her 8-year-old son alone against very dangerous people. Along the way, she discovers strengths that she didn’t know she had.

Movies that will be available in the service in August:

August 1st
Look Away
Maria, an alienated high school student, has her life turned upside down when she changes places with her sinister mirror image.

What They Had
Bridget (Hilary Swank) returns home at the request of his brother (Michael Shannon) to help your father (Robert Forster) and his mother (Blythe Danner) sick.

August 4
Everybody Knows
Laura (Penelope Cruz) returns to Spain for a wedding, but an unexpected crisis exposes his family’s hidden past. It also stars Javier Bardem and Ricardo Darín.

August 25th
No Manches Frida 2
In this exaggerated sequence of the great success No Manches Frida, the cast of stars from the original film (Omar Chaparro and Martha Higareda) and some new faces leave school and arrive at the beach in No Manches Frida 2. But they find problems in paradise …

Content for children premiering on Prime Video this month:

August 9
Pete the Cat
Together with friends – Callie Cat, Grumpy Toad, Sally Squirrel, Emma the Pug Quebecoise and Gustavo the Platypus, Pete invites to embark on his adventures. Whether to learn to overcome the fear of the waves, find the new platypus on the block, start a band or hunt a ghost, Pete and his friends always try to remain calm, kind and agitated.

August 23rd
The Stinky & Dirty Show
Best friends Stinky, the garbage truck, and Dirty, the backhoe, return for more adventures – all inspired by using what’s around them and asking, “What if…?”. It is based on the books of Jim and Kate McMullan, with original music by Dan Berne and voices from celebrities like Whoopi Goldberg, Jane Lynch, Andy Richter, Joan Cusack and Wallace Shawn.

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