Check out this week’s best OTT releases for you to binge-watch. From House of the Dragon Delhi Crime 2, to Maharani Season 2, amazing OTT releases are headed your way.
August has been one of the biggest months in terms of OTT issuance this year. House of the Dragon, the highly anticipated Game of Thrones prequel is out this week. Movies like Shabaash Mithu are on Netflix and Voot just a month after their release while popular matchmaking reality show Indian Matchmaking Season 2 returns to Netflix. In addition, Delhi Crime Season 2 comes to Netflix, focusing on a new story while Sylvester Stallone marks her return to the big screen with the Amazon Prime series Samaritan.
This week’s best OTT releases
House of the Dragon – August 22 on Disney + Hotstar
House of the Dragon will appear on Disney+ Hotstar this week. The show is based on the story of the Targaryen Civil War that took place about 200 years before the events described in Game of Thrones.
Maharani Season 2 – August 25 on SonyLIV
Huma Qureshi returns as the chief minister in this popular series that showcases the political power struggle between a married couple. The series will be available on SonyLIV this week.
Crime Delhi season 2 – August 26 on Netflix
The brilliant Shefali Shah returns this week with Delhi Crime season 2. The show focuses on a new story about a serial killer causing havoc on the streets of Delhi.
Criminal Justice Adhura Sach – August 26 on Disney + Hotstar
Pankaj Tripathi is back? But it’s hard to guess which show he’ll be back on since he’s starring in every major hit show. This time, he returned to the role of Madhav Mishra with the popular TV series Criminal Justice.
Me Time – August 26 on Netflix
Kevin Hart stars in this comedy about a stay-at-home dad who finally gets the “Me Time” he so desperately craves. What happens next is a fun filled adventure that you must see.
Samaritan – August 26 on Amazon Prime Video
Sylvester Stallone marks her return to the big screen in Samaritan. He plays a super-powered guy who lurks in the dark for nearly 20 years before crime hits his neighborhood, forcing him to fight for justice.