First look at the emotional Sir Alex Ferguson documentary Never Give InMay 5 | 3 min read
The Amazon Prime Video hot list: From The Underground Railroad to Solos - new on Prime Video in May
What’s new on Amazon Prime UK in May? The Underground Railroad and Solos are just some of the Amazon Prime new releases this month.
Already binge-watched The Wilds and American Gods season 3? You'll be pleased to know there's more new content coming to Amazon Prime Video in May.
So what’s new on Amazon Prime UK this month? From The Underground Railroad to Sir Alex Ferguson: Never Give In, we list the best new films and TV shows coming soon.
The Underground Railroad
Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Colston Whitehead, The Underground Railroad tells the story of two slaves in the US during the 19th century as they make a bid for freedom via a secret railroad.
Barry Jenkins directs, while Brad Pitt is executive producer.
The Underground Railroad launches on Amazon Prime Video on May 14
P!NK: All I Know So Far (film)
Follow the global superstar as she embarks on her record-breaking Beautiful World Tour while trying to balance family life.
Expect behind-the-scenes interviews, new personal material and her trademark dazzling performances on stage.
P!NK: All I Know So Far premieres on Amazon Prime Video on May 21
This star-studded anthology series explores what it means to be human.
Morgan Freeman, Anne Hathaway, Helen Mirren, Dan Stevens and Constance Wu are among the cast in the seven stories, which span our present and future, while Sam Taylor-Johnson and Zach Braff pitch in to direct.
Solos launches on Amazon Prime Video on May 21
This adaptation of the hit young adult novel follows a group of graduating seniors, who each year compete in a series of challenges which they believe is their only chance to make their lives better.
However, this year the pot of money is larger – and the game is more dangerous.
Panic launches on Amazon Prime Video on May 28
Sir Alex Ferguson: Never Give In (film)
Recovering from a life-threatening brain haemorrhage, the legendary football manager is aware that his memory might fade – and so he begins to recount the biggest stories of his life.
This film – directed by his son Jason - includes insights from his family and former players such as Eric Cantona as he recalls stories of his personal life as well as sporting triumphs.
Sir Alex Ferguson: Never Give In premieres on Amazon Prime Video on May 29