Not sure what to look at? Watch the stars and Amazon Prime Video

Mercury is retrograde, and it’s clear that we all need a little break, whether it’s from work, from other important people, or even from the never-ending bummer of never knowing what to look at, when to look at it.

Fortunately, Amazon Prime Video has compiled a comprehensive list to redefine binge eating – and it all starts with our astrological signs. Yes, this is the sign you need to change things, at least when it comes to your watchlist.

For all your magic Pounds out there braving through retrograde to ring on your birthdays (Sept 23-Oct 22), take advantage of wacky movies like Prime Video Cinderella starring Camila Cabello, Idina Menzel and Billy Porter; Funny Face with Barbra Streisand; Cameron Diaz and Toni Collette’s sister dramedy In his shoes; or try the tv series Making the cut for a touch of fashion, or LuLaRich which has become the new viral binge. Plus, get naked and comfy for the highly anticipated third installment of Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty Show, which premiered on the streaming platform on September 24. Libra-centric podcasts include Anything Goes With Emma Chamberlain, Dressed Up: The History of Fashion, or Wondery Rich and daily. We can also dream of a luxurious life!

Then comes creepy Scorpion (Oct 23-Nov 22), and Amazon Prime Video has a special treat for all Halloween lovers with the Now screaming Genre-based community focused on horror thrillers. I know what you did last summer the series premieres on October 15, which is the perfect excuse to see all the IKWYDLS series, also available on the platform. And to celebrate the launch of New Screaming, Prime Video brings some of its most chilling titles to life with the House of Horrors: A Pop-Up Video Store in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, from October 1 to November 1. The pop-up show will feature costume displays inspired by Amazon Originals shows, such as The voyeurs,Black as night (premiere October 1) and Mothers (premiere on October 8). Customers will also experience spooky twists throughout the pop-up window and go home with fun prizes.

Scorpios may also want to indulge in the fan favorite. The wilds to bring out your adventurous side, or listen to the Dr. death podcast.

Head to vacation with Sagittarius (Nov 23-Dec 21) and enjoy the carpe diem vibes of Brittany runs a marathon and Emmy winner The wonderful Mrs. Maisel. Prime Reading also offers Prime members access to books such as The Back Life of Amy Byler by Kelly Harms and For the love of friends by Sara Goodman Codino.

Get ready for the sophisticated Capricorn era (Dec 22 to Jan 19) with powerful dramas including The social network, The Glennon Doyle Podcast We can do difficult things and memories Everything my mother taught me by Alice Hoffman.

Visionary sign Aquarium (Jan 20-Feb 18) is ideal for a sci-fi kick with series Time wheel released on November 19, movie Happiness, and the Neil deGrasse Tyson podcast Startalk Radio. Stay in the zodiac mindset by reading Before the broken star by Emily R. King.

Pisces (Feb 19-Mar 20) people are artistic people so it’s no wonder it’s a cult classic Central stage and critically acclaimed Metal Sound viewing is recommended. Appear Dolly Parton’s America podcast before learning about it Magic of manifesting with Ryuu Shinohara.

Aries (March 21 – April 19) is technically the first sign of the zodiac and leans towards adventure. Amazon Prime Original Series Boys would be perfect for an Aries audience, or even the hilariously twisted detective novel movie Knives out. Wondery American Scandal It is also something you must listen to.

Hopeless romantic Taurus (April 20-May 20) is inclined to air romantic comedies, ranging from (500) Summer Days to the anthology series Modern love. Read The last anniversary by Liane Moriarty, The mixtape by Brittiany Cherry, or The advantage of falling by Alex Light to keep things up light.

Gemini (May 21 to June 21) are rumored to have two personalities – feeding both of them with movies like Choice and Death at a funeral, before broadcasting the Emmy award Fleabag.

TO Cancer (June 22-July 22) You are more likely to look for meaningful movies like Handsome boy and Uncle frank.

In the meantime, Leos (July 23 – August 22) I just want to have fun! Listen to podcast Die for sex Or rock the playlist Alt Repeat control.

Lastly, meticulous perfectionists Virgos (Aug 23-Sep 22) should relax with Water for elephants, or Mindy Kaling’s original Amazon stories Big shot.

What will you be seeing? Find your sign above!

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