Carnival Row will be on Amazon Prime Video tomorrow. What time can you start streaming the series with Outlander’s Andrew Gower?
If you like to watch TV shows with former Outlander cast members, you’re going to want to pay attention this weekend. Andrew Gower will appear in Amazon’s Carnival Row. It’s available on Amazon Prime Video this weekend, and here’s the time that you can start streaming.
There’s actually some excellent news for those in North America. While the set release date is Aug. 30, there’s a high chance that you’ll get to watch the series a little earlier. Amazon Originals are released at midnight GMT, and because of time zones, we often get to watch the day before.
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You’ll want to check out Amazon Prime Video from around 7 p.m. ET or 4 p.m. PT today. You’ll need to work out what that is in your respective time zones. If the neo-noir series hasn’t dropped at those times, you’ll want to keep checking because it can be available at any time up to the official release date.
If it hasn’t dropped early, you’ll definitely be able to watch Carnival Row by midnight on Aug. 30. This is a show you may definitely want to stay up to check out. The first episode is beautiful and magical.
There aren’t many shows that have pulled me in from the very beginning, but this is one of those shows that I’ve immediately needed more. Along with Good Omens and The Boys, Carnival Row shows that Amazon is stepping up its game with Originals.
For Outlander fans, Gower is the first person you’ll recognize from the fandom. He plays Ezra Spurnrose, the master of a house who hires members of the fae community as servants around his house.
He lives with his sister Imogen, played by The Tudors’ and Salem’s Tamzin Merchant. Don’t worry, there are no “mark me’s” throughout but that doesn’t mean there won’t be moments you think of Bonnie Prince Charlie!
Check out the trailer for Carnival Row:
What do you think of the fantastical trailer for Carnival Row? Is this a show you think could get you through Droughtlander? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Carnival Row is officially streaming on Amazon Prime Video on Aug. 30.