With the introduction of these new user profiles, these shortcuts are now broken down based on who was logged into the binge through a series. So if you only know a few episodes in Mare Of Easttown and Industry but your partner has gotten to the season finale, they will be separated and only shown if the correct person is logged in.
What’s more, each user profile has its own watchlist, so you can queue up a list of movies and shows you’d like to see – and this won’t affect others watching the same telly as they will be able to will be able to create their own lists. Profiles should ensure that everyone gets a highly personalized experience while using a Fire TV. So far, this was only true for single residents … or a different Fire TV Stick in each room of the house.
In addition to the profiles, Amazon has optimized its recommendations. After the update, a new “Search” tab will appear at the top of the user interface. This is designed to bring together all of the box sets and movies that Amazon thinks you will like based on your previous viewing. As before, these recommendations will be featured by a wide variety of streaming services – not just Prime Video – so expect new box sets from Disney +, Shudder, and Netflix to mix too.