New Amazon Prime Video drama ‘Riches’ premieres Dec 2nd


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They say never to mix family and business.

It doesn’t make for great relationships, but it’s been proven again and again: it makes for great TV.

At least, that’s what “Riches” is counting on. Prime Video’s newest Original Series follows the wealthy, UK-based Richards family as they dispute their cosmetics empire after the sudden death of patriarch, businessman, and company founder Stephen Richards.

Much like in other well-performing dramas of recent years, the cataclysm that is Stephen’s death sends the family into disarray; factions form, tensions rise, and the future of the company, and the family, are on the line.

Hooked yet?

We know we are. Ready to wade into the family drama? Below, we’ve outlined more details about the series, its’ cast, and when and how you can watch the first episode.


Episode one of “Riches” just premiered exclusively on Prime Video. With a trailer this good and a premise this strong, it’s time you get a subscription if you don’t have one already (or try a 30-day free trial).

In addition to “Riches,” a Prime Video subscription grants you access to tons of content, including this season’s hottest shows (“The Peripheral“), movies (“My Policeman“), and sports (Thursday Night Football).

As if that wasn’t deal enough, for a limited time, Amazon is also offering discounted add-on Channels, like Showtime, Starz, Paramount+, and more, at only $1.99 a month for two months.

When will “Riches” air?

Bingers, rejoice! There’s no need to wait a week for more “Riches” once it drops. All six episodes of the limited series are available to stream exclusively on Amazon Prime Video right now.

Did someone say Friday night in?

Paramount+, ViX+, and more are available for $1.99 on Prime Video

What is “Riches” about?

Details have been kept fairly under wraps, but, as mentioned in the intro, “Riches” revolves around the Richards family, or should we say Richards families, as it soon becomes clear that the recently-departed patriarch Stephen had two.

That makes vying for his estate, and control of Flair & Glory, the black-owned and operated enterprise that Stephen built from the ground up, all the more difficult.

When Nina (Deborah Ayorinde) and her brother Simon (Emmanuel Imani), Stephen’s estranged, ex-pat children, return to the fold, Nina is, to her surprise and the family’s, placed in charge of Flair & Glory, and her father’s legacy.

Is Nina up to the task? Does she even want to be? Or will her family take her down before she has the chance to decide?

There’s only one way to find out: stream “Riches” today on Amazon Prime Video.

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