The weekend is upon us, and as always there’s a bunch of new things for you to watch. All you need to do is heat up the popcorn, put your phones on silent, and forget about the outside world.
There is plenty of new content, and we don’t want you to waste a second wondering where to start or what to watch. So here’s a handy guide on the best new shows or movies to catch up with this weekend across popular OTT streaming platforms.
Comedy Premium League
If you’re into India’s standup comedy scene, then you can’t miss this reality show that brings together 16 of the best comics in a no-holds-barred battle of wits and words. The six episodes will see comics like Kenny Sebastian, Aadar Malik, Rahul Dua, Rohan Joshi, Kaneez Surka and more explore multiple formats of comedy.
Where to watch:- Netflix
Sex Education has been one of the most successful shows on Netflix. Over the course of two seasons, this show has tackled a range of difficult subjects like gender identity, asexuality and sexual trauma and with every episode, the show has gone from strength to strength. That is why everyone’s so excited for the third season where we will get to know whether Otis and Maeve will finally get together or not. That is why everyone’s been waiting for this web series in 2021.
Where to watch – Netflix
Bollywood is back with another film on OTT this month. Aparshakti Khurana and Pranutan Bahl in Helmet are going to be released this week. This movie gives out a social message and questions the stigma around the usage of condoms and contraceptive measures in India and how it is difficult for men to buy them even today.
Where to watch: Zee5
26/11/2008, the day when terrorists’ wreaked havoc in the city of Mumbai that shook the entire nation has been documented many times. This thriller drama is also based on those unfortunate events but focuses on what the silent warriors like doctors, reporters and the police force had to face during the attacks.
Where to watch: Amazon Prime
In the racing world, there’s a no bigger name than Michael Schumacher. The 7-time world champion is a legend of the sport and inspiration for racers around the world. It’s the first documentary on the sporting icon that has been backed by his family. It will consist of archive footage, along with interviews of Schumacher’s family and some prominent names in the Formula 1 world. While Schumacher fans are always on the lookout for any updates on his health, this documentary might be a good way to relive the glory days.
Where to watch – Netflix
Scarlett Johansson in Black Widow is based on the only female superhero in the old guard of the Avengers. The film, directed by Cate Shortland, is set after the events of Captain America: Civil War. The official synopsis reads, “Natasha Romanoff, aka Black Widow, confronts the darker parts of her ledger when a dangerous conspiracy with ties to her past arises. Pursued by a force that will stop at nothing to bring her down, Natasha must deal with her history as a spy, and the broken relationships left in her wake long before she became an Avenger.
Where to watch: Disney+Hotstar
One of the most anticipated releases of this year has been the final season of the globally-acclaimed Spanish show Money Heist. “What will be the fate of The Professor?” is the one question that has been lingering on everyone’s mind. The last season of this crime drama is going to be released in two parts. The first part is coming up in September 2021 and the second in December 2021. So, who’s excited for one last heist with this world-famous crew?
If you’ve got your OTT subscriptions, and are ready to binge-watch this September, we have got just what you need.