Summer brings a heartbreaking family drama to Prime Video.

On July 15, Don’t Make Me Go will hit the streaming platform. Written by Vera Herbert, the latest work by Hannah Marks follows the road trip of a father with his daughter. The cast stars John Cho, Mia Isaac, Mitchell Hope, Jemaine Clement, Stefania LaVie Owen, and Kaya Scodelario.

“When single father Max (John Cho) discovers he has a terminal disease, he decides to try and cram all the years of love and support he will miss with his teenage daughter Wally (Mia Isaac) into the time he has left with her,” read the synopsis. “With the promise of long-awaited driving lessons, he convinces Wally to accompany him on a road trip from California to New Orleans for his 20th college reunion, where he secretly hopes to reunite her with her mother who left them long ago. A wholly original and emotional journey, Don’t Make Me Go explores the unbreakable, eternal bond between a father and daughter from both sides of the generational divide with heart and humor along for the ride.”

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On the same day, Prime Video will also release Forever Summer: Hamptons, a new installment in its reality shows that will premiere this summer. 

Forever Summer: Hamptons is a coming-of-age docusoap, set against the idyllic backdrop of the Hamptons, about a group of college kids from widely different backgrounds, from wealthy New York City kids who descend for the summer to the humble townies. By day, they’re working at a seaside restaurant. By night, they are tearing up the town, testing friendships, and exploring love during the hottest days of the year. This group and their friends are chasing the perfect summer at a pivotal time in their lives, when carefree adolescence is about to end. Come September, the stakes and responsibilities will be high, but the summer is theirs for the taking.”

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What to Watch on Prime Video on July 15

  • Forever Summer: Hamptons (2022)
  • Don’t Make Me Go (2022)
  • Love Accidentally (2022)



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