How to watch Prime Video on Virgin TV

16 Feb 2021
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Get even more of the TV, movies and live sport you love with Prime Video

By Virgin TV Edit

Looking for exclusive dramas, blockbuster movies and incredible live sport delivered straight to your all-singing, all-dancing Virgin TV box? Then you’re in luck, because Amazon Prime Video is available on Virgin TV!

All Virgin Media customers armed with a TiVo® box, a V6 box, powered by TiVo®, or a Virgin TV 360 box can get Prime Video direct on your telly once you’ve got a subscription to the service. Simply sign up to Amazon Prime Video via their website, and you can log in on the box.

And because Prime Video is fully integrated into TiVo® and Virgin TV 360, you can search without even going into the app. Just select Search & Discover from the Home menu and type in the name of the show or movie you’re after! Not only that, but 360 customers can also voice search Prime Video shows with their remote.

Want to know more about some of the absolute beauties you’ll be able to enjoy on Amazon Prime Video on Virgin TV? Feast your eyes on this little lot…


Alan Ritchson steps in the mighty, mighty frame of one of the most popular fictional characters of all time, by author Lee Child. When veteran military police investigator Jack Reacher is falsely accused of murder, he’ll need all his skills to uncover the truth. Those skills don’t include talking, but he doesn’t really need that…

Star Trek: Picard

This Patrick Stewart-fronted show, set 20 years after the events of 2002’s Star Trek: Nemesis, sees the return of Jean-Luc Picard. It has a very Logan vibe about it (which Stewart also starred in), and we’re all in for it. This second season has been described as more intimate than the first, which is available to stream now.

The Boys Presents: Diabolical

Before the new season of superhero speering brilliance The Boys, those same minds have come together to bring this new animated series, set in the world of its live action counterpart. Featuring the talents of Don Cheadle, Kieran Culkin, Simon Pegg and more, it’s not a cartoon for the kids. No, seriously. Be warned.

The Boys

Speaking of The Boys, season 3 arrives on Friday 3 June. The series that explores what happens when superheroes behave badly – and the people who want to stop them. Karl Urban, Jack Quaid and the rest all return, with Jensen Ackles (Supernatural) joining the cast. The series picks up after the incredibly gory ending of season 2.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Name any award, and the chances are this show about 1960s housewife turned stand-up comedian has probably won it (including 20 Emmy awards for the first three seasons alone). If you haven’t seen it, then you’re missing out on one of telly’s very best. Season 4 is now available to steam, with a fifth and final season arriving soon.


In a future where humans can upload themselves into their choice of afterlife, a recently deceased man struggles to come to terms with his early demise. Created by Greg Daniels (Parks And Recreation), the second season sees what happens when Nathan (Robbie Amell) deals with his ex-girlfriend returning into his (after) life.

Good Omens

An angel (Michael Sheen) and a demon (David Tennant) working together to stop Armageddon? From the minds of Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman comes this darkly funny, all-action miniseries based on the beloved novel. The first season covered the events of the book, but a new and original second season is coming soon.

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power

Get this one on your radar pronto, because you’ll want to put Friday 2 September in your TV diaries now. Set thousands of years before the events of JRR Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord Of The Rings, it tells a story from Middle-earth that you’ve never seen before. The teaser trailer broke all records with 257 million views in its first 24 hours of release.

Live WTA and ATP tennis

From the US Open to loads of tournaments from the ATP Tour and WTA Tour, follow the ace action from across the world of tennis on Prime Video. New British tennis starlet Emma Raducanu won her first Grand Slam live on Prime Video, and you’ll be able to follow her journey to even more success right here.

Live Premier League football

With more than 20 live Premier League matches per season, Prime Video is packed with top-flight football. Whether it’s the title race or the battle to avoid the drop, expect twists, turns and plenty of nail-biting drama.

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