The weekend is fast approaching and we’re sure you don’t have a watch list ready yet! We know canceling plans at the last minute and getting the binge-watching game going will be the same routine. And if you’re hesitating about building a binge watch list, we’re here to help! Many shows and movies have been released on OTT platforms like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and we are here with a curated watchlist just for you!


Love on the US Spectrum

Love on the Spectrum US is the American version of the Australian reality documentary series that follows the dating lives of people with autism. It premiered on Netflix on May 18.

Cyber ​​Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror

Cyber ​​Hell: Exposing an Internet Horror delves deep into South Korea’s infamous Nth Room. It will be released on Netflix on May 18th. It’s based on a true story that rocked the country in 2019.


Panchayat Season 2

Amazon Prime Video is back with Panchayat Season 2. Starring Jitendra Kumar, Panchayat follows the life of Abhishek, an engineer who joined Panchayat’s Phulera office as a secretary. Panchayat 2 also stars Raghuvir Yadav and Neena Gupta in key roles. The show was supposed to be out on May 20th, but was released two days earlier, on May 18th, following its leak.

night sky

Do you love sci-fi dramas? Should Night Sky be your choice for the weekend? The show revolves around the story of a married couple who discover in their backyard a gateway to an uninhabited planet! The series will be released on May 20th.

Tasalli SE

Amazon miniTV today announced the premiere of their upcoming short film “Tasalli Se”. The story revolves around two very good friends, Somesh (Nakuul Mehta) and Ranjan (Naveen Kasturia), who had a falling out after a fight on social media, but reconcile after 12 long years. The short film, directed by Tarun Dudeja, will be released for free on the Amazon Shopping App on May 17th


Director Koratala Sivas Acharya brought together megastar Chiranjeevi and Ram Charan in leading roles. The film’s story is based on a Naxalite movement and buddy capitalists. The film, which hit theaters on April 29, also stars Pooja Hegde, Sonu Sood and Tanikella Bharani in supporting roles.


12th man

Director Jeethu Joseph’s 12th Man stars Mohanlal, Unni Mukundan, Saiju Kurup and Shivada Nair. The film follows the story of a group of men and women who take a trip to a mountain station. Mohanlal becomes an uninvited guest who is an alcoholic. There is also a dead man. Who committed the murder and what happens to the rest forms the story.

Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers

A 30-year comeback, Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers catches up with the former Disney Afternoon TV stars in modern-day Los Angeles. It is an animated action-adventure comedy based on the characters Chip and Dale.


Escaype Live is a social thriller that follows the lives of ordinary Indians stuck in their ordinary lives. It shows them desperately trying to make it big online on the promise of instant fame and money from a hugely popular live streaming app. The story follows the lives of people connected to a fictional live broadcasting app called Escaype Live.



Directed by SS Rajamouli, starring Jr. NTR and Ram Charan, RRR is a historical action drama set in the pre-independence era. The fictional story is based on the lives of two revolutionaries, Komaram Bheem and Alluri Seetharama Raju. The film is produced by DVV Danayya. RRR has grossed over Rs 1100 crore worldwide. RRR will also stream on Netflix.


The First Lady

Released on April 17, The First Lady is a reimagining of American leadership told by the women at the heart of the White House. Starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Viola Davis and Gillian Anderson, the show chronicles the lives and family events of three United States First Ladies – Eleanor Roosevelt, Betty Ford and Michelle Obama.


Well then

An eight episode thriller “Now and Then” is set in Miami. The story revolves around six college students partying. Things take an ugly turn when you lose your life. It will be released on May 20th.

Prehistoric Planet

For anyone who loves science documentaries, this one is for you. Prehistoric Planet features everything from Tyrannosaurus Rex to the mysteries of the ocean depths. The documentary is an Apple production in partnership with the BBC Studios Natural History Unit. It streams from the 23rd.

Happy binging!

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