Top 5 Shows to Watch on Amazon Prime Right Now (December)

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.?Bosch

Titus Welliver stars in this police procedural from Amazon about a renegade detective charged with solving some hauntingly grisly murders. Harry Bosch is a former military man with a healthy respect for the rules and an unquenchable thirst for the truth. Each season, he?s presented with a case that threatens his carefully molded view of the world, often leading him to uncover conspiracies, corrupt cops, and even his own mother?s murderer. The subject matter might be dark, but Welliver is clearly having fun playing the brash, give-no-f*cks badass, which is why you should give this crime series a watch.

2.?Luther

Maybe the bleakest, grittiest cop show you?ll ever see, Luther is so intense that it may at times rattle your brain stem. It?s got the best elements of other of its ilk as it follows a genius detective who struggles to separate his personal and professional lives. But it is also pummeling great drama, and Idris Elba is a tour de force (Ruth Wilson is fantastic, too).

3.?The Good Wife

Fans of?Suits?will love?The Good Wife, as it?s essentially the rich man?s version of that show, dealing with the same brand of interoffice politics while mixing in some legal procedural elements to its ongoing serialized storylines.?The Good Wife?also covers the conflicts that arise between work and relationships, as well as the marriage between a law firm associate and her husband, a state district attorney ? and later governor ? caught early on in a prostitution scandal. Having just completed its seven-season run on CBS,?The Good Wife?was one of few Emmy-worthy dramas remaining on the broadcast networks, and no show on television filled its guest roles better ? it had 13 Emmy nominations and two wins in the guest acting categories alone. The show began to run out of steam near the end of its run, but it remained mostly entertaining throughout.

4.?House

Binge watchers love their medical dramas, and you?ll be hard-pressed to find a show about the ill that?s as fun as House. Hugh Laurie plays the episodic?s anti-hero, an opioid-addicted, dry-humored, uncaring genius and doctor with a knack for solving unsolvable cases. He?s joined by a rotating team of famous faces (Olivia Wilde, Jesse Spencer, and Jennifer Morrison all starred on the show at some point) but they usually just end up getting in the way of his natural prowess with mysterious illnesses.

5.?Psych

For the eight seasons that Psych was on the air, it entertained a kind of cult following. Fans tuned in religiously to watch this buddy-cop drama about an eccentric police detective who claimed ?psychic? abilities and his reluctant, by-the-book partner. Stars James Roday and Dule Hill have incredible chemistry on the show which pushes the worn-out, fun-cop-boring-cop trope past its usual limits.