Are you a movie maniac? Do you love binge-watching web series? Then get ready to step into a world where fantasy, desire, and thrilling adventures await you this week. The hottest OTT platforms are unleashing some of their most awaited offerings.
Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, and Disney+ bring an electrifying trifecta of entertainment, showcasing the best of the best in television and movies.
So grab your popcorn, dim the lights, and let these captivating adventures transport you to thrilling new realms, right from the comfort of your living room.
The Witcher Season 3 Volume 1 – Netflix (June 29)
Prepare to embark on a riveting journey once more as the iconic Henry Cavill dons his steel sword and silver locks to portray the enigmatic Geralt of Rivia for one last time. With a tapestry of power-hungry monarchs, formidable mages, and fearsome creatures, the stage is set for an enthralling battle for survival. Adapted from the spellbinding book “The Time of Contempt,” we will see Geralt (Henry Cavill), Yennefer (Anya Chalotra), and Ciri (Freya Allen) travel to the ancient fortress of Aretuza. The second volume of the season arrives on July 27th.
Lust Stories 2 – Netflix (June 29)
The highly anticipated second season of the critically acclaimed anthology series, Lust Stories, is here. Delving into the realms of love, desire, and sexuality from the unfiltered perspective of its female protagonists, this season presents four distinct and mesmerizing short films helmed by the talented R. Balki, Konkona Sen Sharma, Amit Ravindernath Sharma, and Sujoy Ghosh. With an ensemble cast featuring Neena Gupta, Tamannaah Bhatia, Kajol, Vijay Varma, Angad Bedi, Mrunal Thakur, and more, Lust Stories 2 promises to unravel the complexities of contemporary relationships in all their nuanced splendor.
The Night Manager Part 2 – Disney+ Hotstar (June 30)
Get ready to be enthralled as The Night Manager, a riveting adaptation of the renowned British show, returns with its highly anticipated second part after a successful first one. Anchored by the dynamic duo of Anil Kapoor and Aditya Roy Kapur, this season delves deeper into the intricate world of espionage and betrayal. Follow Shaan Sengupta, brilliantly portrayed by Kapur, as he embarks on a perilous undercover mission, aiming to dismantle the formidable empire of arms dealer Shaildendra “Shelly” Rungta, brought to life by Kapoor.
Afwaah – Netflix (June 30)
Sudhir Mishra’s latest thriller, theatrically released on May 5, makes its way to small screens. Starring the powerhouse talents of Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Bhumi Pednekar, and Sharib Hashmi, this gripping film explores the profound impact of rumors in today’s age of pervasive social media. So experience a riveting narrative that delves into the unpredictable consequences that unfold when whispers spread like wildfire, leaving lives forever changed.
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan season 4 – Amazon Prime Video (June 30)
Prepare for an adrenaline-fueled ride as John Krasinski reprises his role as the iconic Jack Ryan in the gripping final season of Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan series. This time, our beloved CIA agent assumes the position of Acting Deputy Director, thrust into a perilous battle against both foreign and domestic enemies. As Jack stands at a critical crossroads, he must confront the very darkness that he has spent his career protecting against.
Hijack – Apple TV+ (June 28)
Idris Elba takes the helm both as the star and executive producer of this high-octane thriller. Unfolding in real-time across seven intense episodes, the story centers around a hijacked plane on a 7-hour flight from Dubai to London. Portraying the skilled negotiator Sam, Elba’s character must utilize his expertise to navigate a tense and perilous situation, while authorities on the ground race against time to unravel the mystery behind the incident.
Fast X – BookMyShow (June 29)
Rev your engines for a high-octane ride as the electrifying sequel to F9 and the thrilling eleventh chapter of the Fast & Furious franchise is now available to rent and watch at home. This action-packed film propels us back to the events of Fast Five and introduces a formidable new villain, Dante Reyes, portrayed by the formidable Jason Momoa. With Dominic Toretto and his family in his crosshairs, Reyes seeks vengeance for his father’s death and the loss of his family’s fortune.
Which of these shows/films are you going to watch? And which one you liked the most? Do let us know in the comments!