Poonam Singh

OTT platforms have become a major source of entertainment for many with their diverse genres and content allowing audience to surf web series, dramas, movies and documentaries of different regions, languages, and countries from the comfort of their cosy room on their phones, laptops, tabs or television. 

Here are some of the best web series and movies which you can watch on Netflix, Sony LIV, Disney+ Hotstar and Amazon Prime Video this week while chilling in your comfort zone:

House of Dragon

A prequel to Game of Thrones (GOT), House of Dragon is a fantasy drama that tells the story of the Targaryen family’s fight over the Iron Throne which led to the near-extinction of their entire bloodline and their winged beasts of war.

House of the Dragon revolves around King Viserys I and those who are in a race to succeed him on the Iron Throne.

Release Date: August 22

Where To Watch: Disney+Hotstar

Maharani Season 2

After a successful season 1, Huma Qureshi is back with the second season of Maharani. Rani who had ventured into the turbulent world of politics due to circumstances is now getting ready to battle her husband for the right to the throne as she had enough of being a pawn in the power game. The show also stars Soham Shah, Amit Sial, Vineet Kumar and Pramod Pathak in key roles.

Release Date: August 25

Where To Watch: Sony LIV

Delhi Crime 2

Emmy Award Winner Delhi Crime is back for its second season. Shefali Shah aka DCP Vartika Chaturvedi will be heading on a new case involving a series of murders. Rasika Dugal, Rajesh Tailang, Adil Hussain, Anurag Arora are also a part of this Netflix crime drama.

Release Date: August 26

Where To Watch: Netflix

Criminal Justice Adhura Saach

Court drama Criminal Justice is returning for season 3. Pankaj Tripathi is back as Madhav Mishra fighting one of the toughest cases of his career as his client doesn't trust him. Madhav has to defend Mukul Ahuja who is accused of killing kill his sister, who is also a famous child actress. The series also features Shweta Basu Prasad and Swastika Mukherjee in pivotal roles.

Release Date: August 26

Where To Watch: Disney+Hotstar

Me Time

Me Time follows a Dad who finds time for himself for the first time in years while his wife and kids are away. He reconnects with his old friend for a wild weekend. The film stars Kevin Hart, Mark Wahlberg, and Regina Hall in the lead roles.

Release Date: August 26

Where To Watch: Netflix


After a series of delays, this dark superhero movie is finally releasing on Amazon Prime Video on August 26. Sylvester Stallone portrays as a superhero named Samaritan who goes into hiding for 20 years until a young boy figures out who he is and encourages him to clean up the streets once again.

Release Date: August 26

Where To Watch: Amazon Prime Video