The Amazon Prime Video Top 10 Shows and Movies list for Wednesday, Oct. 5 is once again topped by The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, or as I like to call it, TROP, which is itself short for LOTR: TROP. It's an acronym-heavy title. Nothing can even come close to unseating TROP at No. 1, though Prime Video's Thursday Night Football stream probably would if it counted.
Prime Video's most popular new movies and shows on Prime Video are listed below, but we're not just telling you what's on the list; we're also putting our opinions on there to help you figure out which are worth watching. And to help you plan what you'll watch next, we've added the new shows and movies coming to Prime Video, too.
Recent Releases on Prime Video:
Jungle - British crime drama series set in the near future and vibing to a hip-hop soundtrack. (Sept. 30)
My Best Friend's Exorcism - Horror-comedy film about a teenager who gets possessed. (Sept. 30)
Ambulance - Michael Bay's silly 2022 thriller about bank robbers who hijack an ambulance in Los Angeles. (Sept. 30)
Un Extraño Enemigo 2 - Mexican political thriller set in the late 1960s. (Sept. 30)
Bring It On, Ghost - South Korean supernatural romantic drama series about a man with the ability to see ghosts who teams up with a — wait for it — female ghost to perform exorcisms. Yes, they fall for each other. It is not about spectral cheerleaders. (Oct. 6)
Catherine Called Birdy - Lena Dunham's new film set in 1290 England about a young lady (Bella Ramsey) whose father wants to marry her off for political advantage. (Oct. 7)