The highly anticipated television series Citadel has finally made its grand debut on Prime Video.Fans of the action-packed, thrilling drama are buzzing with excitement, eager to witness the star-studded cast bring this enthralling story to life.
Set against a backdrop of political intrigue and espionage, Citadel follows a group of spies who aim to fight back against a crime syndicate that is filling the vacuum left by the collapse of the global spy agency, Citadel.
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The first season of Citadel consists of six episodes, with two episodes premiering April 28 on Prime Video, and one episode rolling out weekly through May 26.
Curious to check out the exciting new show for yourself? Here’s how to watch Citadel on Prime Video.
How to watch ‘Citadel’ on Prime Video
As previously mentioned, Citadel premiered on Prime Video today.
Prime Video is included with a Prime membership, which costs ₹1,499 annually or ₹299 monthly. If you’re not yet a Prime member and not sure whether it’s right for you, you can sign up for a free trial.
Prime members can enjoy watching Citadel, as well as thousands of other movies, series, and more included with a Prime membership.
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Prime Video is available on hundreds of compatible devices. Stream from the web or using the Prime Video app on your smartphone, tablet, set-top box or select smart TVs.
What else is on Prime Video?
Once you've experienced Citadel, there is a plethora of other movies and series to explore, including The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, and My Policeman. For those drawn to action-packed dramas like Citadel, consider delving into titles such as The Boys and Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan.
You can peruse the entire collection within the app or on the web, ensuring there's always fresh content to discover and savor. Don't forget to catch Citadel over the upcoming long weekend.
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