Top 5 Shows on Amazon Prime Right Now (November)

If you?re trying to figure out what to watch next, a great place to start are the Tipstor? Top 5 shows on Amazon Prime Video right now, and none of these titles are currently available on Netflix.

1.?Mr. Robot

USA Network?s?Mr. Robot?follows Elliot, a hacker with an acute social anxiety disorder who suffers from delusions and paranoia. During the day, he works as a computer programmer for a company that protects other companies from cyber threats. Elliot has other designs in mind, too, namely taking down one of the biggest corporations in America, E Corp, unsettling America?s financial system, and taking power away from the rich and giving it back to the people. Heavily influenced by?American Psycho,?Fight Club, the films of Stanley Kubrick, and?Taxi Driver, among others, Sam Esmail?s?Mr. Robot?is an unnerving mindf*ck full of conspiracy theories and misdirections. Nothing is ever as it seems in?Mr. Robot, and much of the fun is in trying ? and mostly failing ? to stay ahead of the twists.

2.?Downton Abbey

From 2010-2015, you couldn?t have a conversation about favorite TV shows without someone in your friend group mentioning Downton Abbey. The British series about the inner workings of an aristocratic English family and their manner full of servants became the biggest thing to invade America from across the pond since The Beatles. Watching the crusty Crawley family navigate historic events like the sinking of the Titanic and the First World War while their servants dealt in gossip, intrigue, and scandal below stairs was as entertaining and juicy as any good British drama should be.

3.?The Office U.K.

The U.K. version was the original cringe comedy, starring Ricky Gervais as clueless boss David Brent, whose desperate attempts at connecting with his underlings are a painful exercise in futility. Martin Freeman is also a stand-out, playing a role that John Krasinski inhabited in the American remake, but it?s the British sarcasm that really elevates this series and makes it worthy of a watch.

4.?Orphan Black

Tatiana Maslany plays several clones variations of the same woman in the sweeping conspiracy thriller?Orphan Black, and she breathes so much life and so many distinct personalities into each clone that viewers often forget that one woman is playing all the characters (and it?s impossible not to pick a favorite). The supporting cast is mostly great, as well, and for a Canadian series, the production values are excellent. Unfortunately,?Orphan Black?suffers from a great first season that the rest of the series can?t quite live up to. It gets so bogged down in its own confusing mythology that it begins to run out of steam, although it picks up its momentum again in the fourth season before reaching its fifth season finish line.

5.?The Boys

Karl Urban headlines this wild, gory, vulgar ride through superhero-dom from Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, and showrunner Eric Kripke. Based on a Garth Ennis comic series, the show takes a darker look at those supernaturally gifted heroes we all love to fawn over. Urban?s gruff vigilante pairs up with a nobody (Jack Quaid), who has his life ruined by a group of corrupt supes. The humor is raunchy and sharp, the action is bananas, and the cast is an eclectic mix of talent who all find time to shine on on-screen.