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Okay, so you’ve exhausted ‘Narcos’, ‘Black Mirror’ made you want to throw your phone away and quit all social media and you watched the entire first season of ‘Stranger Things’ in the space of a day – now what?

Have no fear. Amazon Prime Video has officially arrived in Argentina.

In a press release this week, Amazon announced the list of 200+ countries that will now have access to Prime Video.  So get your PJ’s on, make some popcorn and buckle in for some serious binging. You now have even more options to choose from.

So how much are we talking here?

If you want to get a preview of what’s available before taking the plunge, Amazon offers a 7-day free trial. Otherwise, Prime video will come at the price of US $2.99 for the first 6 months – that’s around AR $60 a month on top of Prime membership – a 50% discount off the original full price of $5.99 (around AR $122).

What’s on offer?

When it comes to series, Amazon Prime is giving other streaming services some stiff competition. There’s the multi Golden Globe, Emmy, and BAFTA Award-winning ‘Transparent, the multi Golden Globe Award-winning series ‘Mozart in the Jungle’ — one of the most-streamed Amazon Original Series ever by Amazon Prime members globally ‘The Man in the High Castle’ and the grand premiere of Top-Gear spin-off ‘The Grand Tour’.

There’s also plenty on offer for kids and hundreds of popular movies and TV shows from top networks and Hollywood studios.

Members can watch all Amazon Original Series in English, with French, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish subtitles and dubbed options also available.