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Everything new and leaving Amazon Prime Video Canada in May 2021
Prime Video highlights for May include limited series The Underground Railroad, documentary P!NK: All I Know So Far and star-studded anthology Solos.
Prime Video’s slate of content for May looks very promising. From an anthology with a tremendous cast to a documentary about a beloved musician, there’s something for everyone.
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One of the biggest premieres of the month is The Underground Railroad, a limited series based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Colson Whitehead.
The show follows main character Cora Randall, who escapes a Georgia plantation in a desperate bid for freedom in the antebellum South. Cora discovers that the rumored Underground Railroad isn’t a metaphor at all, but an actual railroad – a secret network of tracks and tunnels beneath the soil.Another series to keep an eye out is Panic, a YA drama set in a small Texas town. Every summer, the graduating seniors compete in a series of challenges, winner takes all. This time around, however, the rules have changed and the prize is bigger than ever. Unfortunately, with higher stakes comes bigger danger. The show is executive produced by Lauren Oliver and based on her bestselling novel of the same name.
Missing live music? Then we highly recommend you check out original documentary P!NK: All I Know So Far, which follows the musician as she embarks on her record-breaking 2019 Beautiful Trauma world tour and struggles to balance her family responsibilities with her life as a performer.
If you’re into anthologies, you don’t want to miss Solos, which explores what it means to be human by grappling with AI bots, time travel and more fascinating subjects. The cast features Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren, Anne Hathaway and Anthony Mackie to only name a few.
Other notable May releases include The Boy from Medellín, an intimate portrait of superstar J Balvin; Horizon Line, a drama about an estranged couple who discover new altitudes of fear aboard a single-engine plane; and The Last Hour, an Indian supernatural thriller.
Check out the full list of streaming titles coming to Prime Video Canada in May below. You can watch them all using Prime Video’s 30-day free trial. After the list of new titles, you’ll also find what shows and movies are leaving the service this month.
New to Prime Video Canada May 2021
|As Good As It Gets||Movie||1 May|
|My Best Friend’s Wedding||Movie||1 May|
|The Wedding Ringer||Movie||1 May|
|The Smurfs 2||Movie||1 May|
|You Don’t Mess With The Zohan||Movie||1 May|
|The Craft||Movie||1 May|
|Lego Ninjago (Season 1)||TV Show||1 May|
|Ninjago: Masters Of Spinjitzu S10||TV Show||1 May|
|Nasha (Season 1)||TV Show||1 May|
|Gaurav Gupta: Market Down Hai||Movie||6 May|
|Wild Mountain Thyme||Movie||6 May|
|Depois A Louca Sou Eu||Movie||6 May|
|The Boy From Medellín (Amazon Original)||Movie||7 May|
|Amazon Funnies Line Up #1||TV Show||10 May|
|Just My Luck||Movie||12 May|
|Production # 8||Movie||12 May|
|Horizon Line (Amazon Original)||Movie||14 May|
|LOL: Si te ríes, pierdes (Season 1) (Amazon Original)||TV Show||14 May|
|The Underground Railroad (Amazon Original)||TV Show||14 May|
|The Last Hour S1 (Amazon Original)||TV Show||14 May|
|Tuck Jagdish||Movie||15 May|
|Let’s Enjoy Kenya Safari Like A Popular Online Tour! S1||TV Show||15 May|
|Black Fox: Age Of The Ninja||Movie||15 May|
|He Who Can’t Marry (Seasons 1-2)||TV Show||15 May|
|Juho 2405 Reason Of My Death (Season 1)||TV Show||15 May|
|Shiva 143||Movie||16 May|
|Waiting For The Barbarians||Movie||20 May|
|P!NK: All I Know So Far (Amazon Original)||Movie||21 May|
|Solos (Season 1) (Amazon Original)||TV Show||21 May|
|5x Comedia (Season 1) (Amazon Original)||TV Show||21 May|
|Tuck Jagadish||Movie||22 May|
|My Best Friend’s Wedding||Movie||27 May|
|Koi Jaane Na||Movie||27 May|
|Juanes: Origen||Movie||28 May|
|Vakeel Saheb||Movie||28 May|
|Panic (Season 1) (Amazon Original)||TV Show||28 May|
|LOL, Qui Rit, Sort ! (Season 1) (Amazon Original)||TV Show||28 May|
Leaving Prime Video Canada
|The Upside||1 May|
|Aamchya Sarkhe Aamhich||4 May|
|Bokya Satbande||4 May|
|Nau Divas||4 May|
|Pak Pak Pakaak||4 May|
|Por Bazaar||4 May|
|Favourite Children’s Songs||11 May|
|Favourite Nursery Rhymes||11 May|
|Noor Jahan||14 May|
|Super Bheem Dream Catcher||14 May|
|Super Bheem In Dragonpur||14 May|
|Tyler Perry’s A Madea Family Funeral||15 May|
|Room On A Broom||16 May|
|The Gruffalo||16 May|
|The Gruffalo’s Child||16 May|
|The Missing||18 May|
Has your favourite show left Prime Video? Other than the new releases coming this month, there’s still a lot for every audience. Take a look at our best Prime Video shows in Canada to help find your new binge.
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