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Period Dramas Added to Prime Video: Fall 2019

Period Dramas Added to Prime Video: Fall 2019

We’ve gathered up the interval dramas which are newly included together with your US Amazon Prime Video membership in the Fall of 2019. 

Then, we share the historical / costume / period dramas which are coming to Prime Video Channels, are available to lease, and films and TV collection within the style which might be being launched to DVD, all for the months of September, October, and November.

Lastly, we record some newly added non-period films and collection like British exhibits and romances that you could be additionally like, which are included together with your Prime Video membership.

Examine this record all through the fall; we’ll update all the sections (alphabetically) as extra titles turn out to be out there.

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It’s straightforward to observe the trailers for the movies on this record, or add the films and TV collection to your watchlist: simply click on.

From British costume dramas to sweeping romantic epics, there’s so much here by the top of the season, so that will help you hold monitor: the blue TVs subsequent to the title imply the film is included together with your membership, the orange TVs imply it’s out there to lease or is out there with a Prime Video Channel subscription. 

Period Dramas Added in September

Heaven’s Gate, courtesy Criterion Assortment

This part accommodates newly out there historical, costume and interval dramas (films and TV collection) which might be included together with your Prime Video membership.



Bolden (2019)

New Orleans cornet participant Buddy Bolden turns into a key figure in the delivery of jazz, influencing numerous musicians for many years to return.

“Bolden” imagines the compelling, powerful and tragic journey of Buddy Bolden, the unsung American hero who invented Jazz. With little biographical info recognized and no found recordings of his music, the film’s narrative composes fragmented reminiscences of his past, towards the political and social context by which his revolutionary music was conceived.

Starring Gary Carr, Erik LaRay Harvey, Ian McShane.

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Rated R

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Out there September 5


The Cotton Club (1984)

An homage to 1930s gangster movies and musicals. “The Cotton Club” is about in 1928 New York. Spirits are high and sultry jazz vigorous dancing and ruthless gangsters rule supreme. Within the middle of all of it is Harlem s Cotton Membership.

Enjoying on stage is cornet participant Dixie Dwyer who goals of the large time but he s too combined up with the club s proprietor — and his attractive moll — to get anyplace fast. Add the frustration of tap sensation Sandman Williams who can t touch his woman the stunning lounge singer Lea Rose Oliver and also you’ve acquired a brief fuse ready to go. As tensions rise so do tempers and the legendary nightclub becomes a strain cooker of jilted loves and mob jobs that blows the lid off probably the most surprising showdowns ever staged.

Starring Richard Gere, Gregory Hines, Diane Lane, Lonette McKee, Bob Hoskins.

Rated R

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Out there September 30


Gallipoli (1981)

Archy and Frank are two young Australian sprinters who need to be a part of the military to satisfy their sense of obligation. Turned down as a result of they’re too young, the pair hop a freight practice to Perth, the place they’re allowed to hitch up. They board a troop ship headed to Cairo and, after training within the shadows of the Nice Pyramids, the boys are lastly despatched to the front line, where their velocity makes them candidates for messengers in certainly one of World Conflict I’s bloodiest battles.

“A shifting movie about struggle, friendship and the tragic lack of innocence.” – Telegraph

Starring Mel Gibson, Mark Lee, Invoice Kerr.

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Rated PG

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Out there September 2


Heaven’s Gate (1981)

A dramatization of the real-life Johnson County Struggle in 1890 Wyoming, during which a Sheriff born into wealth, makes an attempt to protect immigrant farmers from rich cattle pursuits.

A touching story of affection, loss, panorama and the hardscrabble existence of America’s working poor. Set towards the bloody backdrop of the Johnson County Conflict on the finish of the 19th Century, this can be a fraught love story between rogue Federal Marshal Averill, local madam Ella and affiliation mercenary Nate. With Vilmos Zsigmond’s spectacular cinematography of dust-filled, snow-peaked landscapes, director Cimino brings together all the components for a Western epic.

Probably the most controversial films in Hollywood historical past, it divided critics and the general public alike on its initial launch in 1981. During the last decade “Heaven’s Gate” has been broadly reassessed, with many citing it as one of the key films of its interval. 

Observe: This can be a difficult interval drama – at occasions touching and eloquent, at others violent and thick. Give it a attempt – and at minimal watch up till the outside Harvard graduation dance scene; it’s sweepingly lovely.

Starring Kris Kristofferson, Christopher Walken, Jeff Bridges, John Harm, Sam Waterston.

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Rated R

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Out there September 2


The Gifted Mr. Ripley (1999)

To be younger and carefree amid the blue waters and idyllic landscape of sun-drenched Italy within the late 1950s; that’s la dolce vita Tom Ripley craves- and Dickie Greenleaf leads. When Dickie’s father asks Tom to deliver his errant playboy son back residence to America, Dickie and his lovely expatriate girlfriend, Marge Sherwood, by no means suspect the damaging extremes to which Ripley will go to make their way of life his personal.

Starring Matt Damon, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jude Regulation, Cate Blanchett, John Bell.

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Rated R

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Out there September 30


Victoria (Season 3) PBS

In Victoria Season three, it’s 1848, and revolution is breaking out throughout Europe. In Britain, one lady stands between order and chaos: Queen Victoria. With monarchies tumbling in Europe, Victoria and Albert should confront what it means to rule on this new period. Constitutional crises, scandals, and a decade of marriage mean Victoria is tested like never before; as mother, spouse, and Queen.

Victoria Season three introduces fascinating new historic characters, together with Laurence Fox (Inspector Lewis) as the vainglorious Lord Palmerston. Additionally vexing the queen this season is Kate Fleetwood (Harlots) as Victoria’s devoted however troubled half-sister.

Returning are Tom Hughes as Victoria’s devoted, obsessive husband, Prince Albert; Nell Hudson as the queen’s chief dresser, Nancy Skerrett; Ferdinand Kingsley as Charles Francatelli, the royal chef and cookbook king; plus a number of others.

Starring Jenna Coleman, Tom Hughes, Laurence Fox, Kate Fleetwood, Nell Hudson.

Rated TV-PG

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Obtainable September 3


The following period dramas are additionally newly obtainable and included together with your Prime membership this September. Click on the titles for more info, to observe trailers the place obtainable, and to start out streaming full films or episodes:

Obtainable September 2: The Return of a Man Referred to as Horse (1976), The Kentuckian (1955), Gothic (1987). Obtainable September 4: Track for a Raggy Boy (2003), The Woman and the Highwayman (1989), The Deadly Companions (1961), True Grit (2010). Obtainable September 5: The Displaced Individual (1977). Obtainable September 30: Harlem Nights (1989), Excessive Midday (1952).


Interval Dramas Added in October

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Period Dramas Added in November

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Period Dramas New to Prime Video Channels

The Durrells in Corfu, courtesy PBS Masterpiece

This section accommodates interval dramas added in September, October and November (films and TV collection) which might be included with add-on Prime Video Channels. In case you don’t already subscribe to the channel, comply with the hyperlink under the film description that says “Obtainable …” to join a free trial.



Catherine the Great (2019)

Set towards the politically tumultuous and sexually charged courtroom of Russian empress Catherine the Great who wielded supreme power throughout Russia for almost half of the 18th century. The HBO/Sky manufacturing follows Catherine in the direction of the top of her reign throughout her passionate affair with Grigory Potemkin.

Amid scandal, intrigue and immense battle, they develop a singular and devoted relationship, overcoming their adversaries and together serving because the architects of modern-day Russia by means of a collection of liberalizing reforms.

A four-part limited drama collection.

Starring Helen Mirren, Jason Clarke, Georgina Beedle, Thomas Doherty, Andrew Rothney. 

Rated TV-MA

Out there October 21 with HBO Channel. 


The Durrells in Corfu (Season four)

In Season 4 of the beloved British interval drama adaptation of Gerald Durrell’s “My Household and Other Animals” and its sequels, the longer term is wanting shiny for the eccentric Durrells, as viewers meet up with what has been occurring of their lives on the gorgeous island of Corfu in Greece.

Louisa is preserving busy by opening the doorways of the family villa as a guest home. But with cousin Basil her solely paying visitor, enterprise isn’t exactly booming. Larry’s struggling to get his risqué Black E-book revealed and having fun with love with two ballet dancers, while Leslie is throwing himself back into his job (and capturing). Animal-mad Gerry now has ambitions to open his own zoo, and Margo’s up for an additional new challenge as she decides to start out her own beauty salon.

Starring Keeley Hawes, Josh O’Connor, Milo Parker.

Rated TV-PG

Out there September 30 with PBS Masterpiece Channel.



Period Dramas Newly Obtainable to Lease

One Nation, One King, courtesy StudioCanal

This part incorporates historic, costume and period dramas (films and TV collection) which might be newly out there to lease on Amazon this month.



One Nation, One King (2018)

Working men and women battle for change through the early years of the French Revolution.

The period drama follows the intertwining fates of the historical figures, the lads and the women of the 1789 French revolution, as they meet at the newly established Assemblée Nationale. Also referred to as “Un peuple et son roi.”

Starring Gaspard Ulliel, Adèle Haenel, Olivier Gourmand, Louis Garrel, Izia Higelin, Laurent Lafitte.

In French with English subtitles.

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Rated PG-13

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Out there September three



New Interval Drama DVD Releases in Fall 2019

Swallows and Amazons, courtesy Samuel Goldwyn Films

This part incorporates historical, costume, and interval dramas which are being released this season to DVD and Blu-ray.

The Alienist (DVD & Blu-ray): A psychological thriller set in 1896 concerning the hunt for a serial killer liable for the ugly murders of boy prostitutes which have gripped New York City. Based mostly on the novel by Caleb Carr. Obtainable HERE September 10, 2019.

The Cloud Capped Star (The Criterion Collection): The story of a household that has been uprooted by the Partition of India and come to depend upon its eldest daughter, the self-sacrificing Neeta (Supriya Choudhury). She watches helplessly as her own hopes and wishes are pushed apart again and again by these of her siblings and fogeys, until all her possibilities for happiness evaporate, leaving her crushed and ailing. Obtainable HERE September 10, 2019.

The Nice Waldo Pepper (Blu-ray): Waldo Pepper (Robert Redford) is a former WWI biplane pilot who feels he missed out on his probability to earn glory in the course of the conflict and goals of being the primary man to perform the dangerous “outdoors loop.” Desperate for cash, he resorts to “barnstorming” together with his unique fashion of aerial showmanship, however soon lands in Hollywood as a stunt pilot. When German ace fighter pilot Ernst Kessler (Bo Brundin) is forged to recreate his well-known dogfight in a Hollywood blockbuster, Waldo sees a chance to redeem his conflict document in a dramatic and death-defying airborne struggle… that proves to be slightly too actual. Out there HERE September 24, 2019.

Holocaust (Blu-ray): An unique TV dramatization of some of the monstrous crimes in world historical past–the slaughter of 6 million Jews by the Nazis. Dramatically and definitively, the story covers a whole decade, the eventful years from 1935 to 1945. Holocaust focuses on the tragedy and triumph of a single household–the Weiss household. Their story is informed in counter-poise to that of another fictional household, that of Erik Dorf, who portrays a Nazi aide to Germany’s notorious Heydrich. Starring an excellent international forged and filmed on location in Berlin and Vienna. Obtainable HERE September 24, 2019.

The Juniper Tree (Blu-ray): Set in medieval Iceland, “The Juniper Tree” follows Margit (Björk in a riveting performance) and her older sister Katla (Bryndis Petra Bragadottir) as they flee for security after their mom is burned to demise for witchcraft. Finding shelter and protection with Johan (Valdimar Orn Fygenring), and his resentful younger son, Jonas (Geirlaug Sunna Pormar), the sisters assist type an impromptu household unit that’s soon strained by Katla’s burgeoning sorcery. Photographed solely on location within the beautiful landscapes of Iceland in spectacular black-and-white by Randy Sellars. Obtainable HERE September 10, 2019.

Quartet (DVD & Blu-ray): Isabelle Adjani gained the 1981 Cannes Movie Pageant Greatest Actress Award for her efficiency because the weak however difficult West-Indian Marya, who, after her shady husband Stefan (Anthony Higgins) is imprisoned, finds shelter in the residence of a manipulative and lecherous English artwork patron (Alan Bates) and his painter wife (Maggie Smith). The twisted dynamic that develops between this trio plays out towards a shocking recreation of the Golden Age of 1920s Paris and its café culture and lavish nightlife. In adapting Jean Rhys’s 1928 autobiographical novel, Merchant Ivory achieved an inventive breakthrough that is still one of the group’s best works. The newly restored launch consists of The Making of Quartet: A Conversation with James Ivory and A New Conversation with James Ivory and Pierre Lhomme. Out there HERE September 24, 2019.

Sleepy Hole (20th Anniversary Edition): Master storyteller Tim Burton (Batman) weaves an eerie, enchanting version of this basic story of horror. Johnny Depp is Ichabod Crane, an eccentric investigator determined to stop the murderous Headless Horseman. Christina Ricci is Katrina Van Tassel, the gorgeous and mysterious woman with secret ties to the supernatural terror. Obtainable HERE September 24, 2019.

Swallows and Amazons (DVD): Four youngsters (The Swallows) go on a crusing journey to an island the place they encounter a rival group of youngsters (The Amazons). Rivalry shortly turns to camaraderie when pirates threaten all they maintain pricey. Obtainable HERE September 17, 2019.

The Third Spouse (DVD): In 19th century rural Vietnam, 14-year-old Might becomes the third wife of rich landowner Hung. Soon she learns that she will only achieve status by asserting herself as a lady who may give delivery to a male baby. Might’s hope to vary her status turns into a real and tantalizing risk when she will get pregnant. Faced with forbidden love and its devastating penalties, Might finally comes to an understanding of the brutal fact: the choices out there to her are few and far between. Out there HERE September 10, 2019.

When Calls the Heart: Disputing Hearts (DVD): Regardless of their preliminary variations, Elizabeth and the town’s new Mountie, Nathan, should work collectively to help his niece modify to her new faculty and make pals. Meanwhile, rigidity and pleasure are rising in the city once they strike oil. Nevertheless, Gowen might have already been planning for such a day! Obtainable HERE September 3, 2019.

The Wind (DVD & Blu-ray): An unseen evil haunts the homestead on this chilling, folkloric story of madness, paranoia, and otherworldly terror. Lizzy is a troublesome, resourceful frontierswoman settling a distant stretch of land on the 19th-century American frontier. Remoted from civilization in a desolate wilderness the place the wind by no means stops howling, she begins to sense a sinister presence that appears to be borne of the land itself, an awesome dread that her husband (Ashley Zukerman) dismisses as superstition. Obtainable HERE September 3, 2019.



Other Exhibits You Might Also Like 

This section incorporates a curated listing of flicks and TV collection new and are included on Prime, which might be NOT interval dramas. We expect followers of historical and costume dramas will take pleasure in them just the identical. Comply with the hyperlinks to observe the trailers. You might also like:

Out there September 10: Aladdin (2019). Obtainable September 30: Ghost World (2001), Legally Blonde (2001), Play It Once more, Sam (1972), Saturday Night time Fever (1977), Witness (1985), You’ve Obtained Mail (1998), and the contemporary-set A lot Ado About Nothing (2012).



Should you enjoyed this submit, you’ll want to see The Period Movies Listing, with one of the best British, historical and costume dramas sorted by period.