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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 Prime Video is available on Virgin Media!


If you’re a Virgin Media customer armed with a TiVo® box, a V6 box, powered by TiVo®, a Virgin TV 360 box or Stream from Virgin Media, you can get Prime Video direct on your telly once you’ve got a subscription to the service. Simply sign up to Prime Video via the 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 Prime Video on Virgin TV? Feast your eyes on this little lot…



From director/producers Anthony and Joe Russo (Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame) comes this eagerly awaited global spy thriller. When spy agency Citadel fell, its agents’ memories were wiped clean. Now the powerful syndicate, Manticore, is rising in the void. Can the Citadel agents recollect their past to fight back? Starring Richard Madden and Priyanka Chopra Jonas, and a supporting cast that includes Stanley Tucci and Lesley Manville, it’s set to be huge. Not only that, this debut season will launch subsequent series around the globe. Watch. This. Space.


The Power

Based on Naomi Alderman’s bestselling 2016 novel, this glorious 10-part adaptation will please fans of the book and welcome in anyone unfamiliar with it. When all teenage girls on the planet develop the power to electrocute people at will, the world changes overnight. The story follows that changing matriarchy through the eyes of Allie (Halle Bush), Roxy (Ria Zmitrowicz), Margot (Toni Collette), Jos (Auliʻi Cravalho) and Tunde (Toheeb Jimoh). Unmissable.


Star Trek: Picard

Patrick Stewart stars in this show, set 20 years after the events of 2002’s Star Trek: Nemesis, which 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 third and final season has now arrived, as Picard is reunited with the former command crew of the USS Enterprise while facing a mysterious new enemy who is hunting his son. All seasons are available to stream now.


The Devil’s Hour

Doctor Who fans will love this British thriller, which has a fair amount of connective tissue with the beloved sci-fi drama. Jessica Raine, who plays a social worker experiencing terrifying visions during the so-called devil’s hour between 3am and 4am, appeared in the Who biographical drama An Adventure In Space And Time. Former Doctor Peter Capaldi also stars as a mysterious criminal who has a unique relationship with time. And the time-travel show’s former head writer Steven Moffat is an executive producer. This is a show that will keep you guessing.


The Boys

Season 4 of this hit show has just finished shooting and is expected later in 2023. But until then, you can catch up on the action so far. The Boys explores what happens when superheroes behave badly – and follows the people who want to stop them. Revenge-obsessed Billy Butcher (Karl Urban) leads the fightback alongside milder-mannered Hughie Campbell (Jack Quaid), while season 3 introduced Jensen Ackles (Supernatural) in a very memorable role. The most recent run might be the most outrageous so far and, if you’ve seen it, you’ll understand why we can’t include a trailer for it...


The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Name any TV award, and the chances are this show about a 1960s housewife turned divorced stand-up comedian has probably won it (including 20 Emmys for the first three seasons alone). If you haven’t seen it, then you’re massively missing out on one of telly’s very best! The fifth and final season, which critics have called the “finest possible farewell”, has now arrived – but you can also catch up on (or rewatch) the previous four seasons now.


The Rig

This character-driven mystery thriller follows an oil rig crew as they fight for survival after a strange fog cuts off all communication with the shore, and leaves them stranded in the fierce waves of the North Sea. With paranoia rising and systems failing, loyalties are tested, alliances are made and broken, and not everyone will make it off the rig alive. Starring Iain Glen, Emily Hampshire and Martin Compston, The Rig was a huge hit when it dropped in early 2023. With a second series officially announced, find out what all the fuss was about (if your nerves can handle it).


Good Omens

An angel (Michael Sheen) and a demon (David Tennant) working together to stop Armageddon? If anything, it’s even more out-there than it sounds… 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

Set thousands of years before the events of JRR Tolkien’s The Hobbit and The Lord Of The Rings, the series tells a story from Middle-earth that you’ve never seen before. An ensemble cast of new and old characters, some of whom will be very familiar for fans of the books and films (we won’t spoil who here), confront the long-feared re-emergence of evil to Middle-earth. The first season was a massive hit, and we can’t wait for the second! In the meantime, there’s still time to visit the darkest depths of the Misty Mountains, the majestic forests of the elf-capital of Lindon and the breathtaking island kingdom of Númenor.



Alan Ritchson steps into the mighty, mighty frame of one of the most popular fictional characters of all time, created by prolific novelist Lee Child’s. In Season 1 veteran military police investigator Jack Reacher was falsely accused of murder and needed all his skills to uncover the truth. If you’ve read the books, those skills don’t include talking so much. Season 2 is coming soon, and while the first adapted Child’s debut Reacher novel Killing Floor, this skips ahead to the 11th book in the series, Bad Luck And Trouble. Trust us, it’s a good one.


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 two full rounds of live Premier League fixtures every season, so every team is featured, you’ll find brilliant top-flight football on Prime Video. 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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