The Test on Prime Video

How to Watch The Test Season 1 on Prime Video

After a cheating scandal, the Australian Men’s Cricket Team must prove themselves once more in The Test. This docuseries takes a look at the rise, fall, and hopeful return of the team after a devastating blow to their title and reputation. If you’re wondering how to watch The Test on Prime Video, here are some methods to do so.

Where to Watch The Test Season 1

Good news! There are a few ways you and your family can not only enjoy The Test but everything Prime Video has to offer. Prime Video offers a free 30-day trial with access to hit TV shows, movies, documentaries, and more. Keep watching after your trial for only $14.99 a month. Save by purchasing a whole season of The Test to watch from any TV, tablet, PC, or phone.

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How Many Episodes Are in The Test Season 1?

The Test on Prime Video

There are eight episodes in The Test season one with a second season forthcoming. Each episode lasts 55 minutes on average. You can check the complete list of The Test episodes and their scheduled date release here below.

  1. “A New Beginning”: March 12, 2020
  2. “Trust in the Plan”: March 12, 2020
  3. “A Test of Character”: March 12, 2020
  4. “White Noise”: March 12, 2020
  5. “Unpredictable”: March 12, 2020
  6. “Fearless”: March 12, 2020
  7. “Under Siege”: March 12, 2020
  8. “A New Legacy”: March 12, 2020

What Are the Critics Saying About The Test Season 1?

The Test has no official critic reviews. IMDB rates the series an 8.9/10 based on audience scores. Audiences agree that fans of cricket or sports scandals will enjoy the series. Viewers found the show gave an interesting look into the struggles of the team; with fast-paced cinematography, in-depth details of the players’ lives, and behind-the-scenes footage.

“[The Test] is also a superb technical triumph, with game footage, editing, and the accompanying sound design making the action as involving as any follower of the sport could hope for.” – Simon Foster, Screen-Space

The Test is clearly intended as a shame-to-glory documentary. That it doesn’t quite achieve this outcome is a product of both the ambiguity of the on-field results and the questions the documentary leaves unanswered.” – Brendan Byrne, Ethos

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Is The Test Season 1 Suitable for Kids?

The Test is rated TV-14, which is suitable for all viewers over the age of 14. The series contains moderate profanity and mild depictions of alcohol and drugs.

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