Carnival Row is now streaming on Amazon Prime Video

Photo: Carnival Row: Season 1.. Image: Jan Thijs / Amazon Prime Video
Photo: Carnival Row: Season 1.. Image: Jan Thijs / Amazon Prime Video /

If you’re looking for something fantastical and mysterious to get through Droughtlander, Amazon Prime Video has you covered. Carnival Row is streaming now.

We may have a light at the end of the Droughtlander tunnel, but there are still a few months to go. You can spend some of that time watching Carnival Row, now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

One of the first reasons you’ll want to watch the series is to support former Outlander guest star, Andrew Gower. Our own Bonnie Prince Charlie stars as Ezra Spurnrose, a homeowner with a secret or two.

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There are many other reasons Outlander fans will want to check out this neo-noir fantasy series. The romance between the two leads is certainly something to tune in for, especially as fans of Claire and Jamie. There is some definite chemistry between the show’s leads, Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne, but it’s not all sunshine and rainbows. They’ll do anything for each other, even it means dying.

Carnival Row focuses on humans and fae. The differences and abilities of the fae scare the humans, so it’s not surprising to learn that the fae are outcasts in the human’s world. You’ll certainly get a sense of some of the horrors happening in today’s world but set in a magical universe.

You can watch all eight episodes of Carnival Row right now. The best news is that you don’t need to worry about any cliffhangers at the end of the season. Amazon has already renewed the show for a second season, our sister site, Amazon Adviser, reports.

Check out the trailer for Carnival Row:

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What are you currently streaming to get through Droughtlander? What do you think of Carnival Row as an Outlander fan? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Carnival Row Season 1 is currently available to stream in full on Amazon Prime Video.