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Poonam Singh

With the weekend around the corner, many of you have already made plans while others might still be contemplating what to do this weeked. So, if you want to enjoy your weekend at home and relax, here we listed some of the new OTT web series which will keep you entertained throughout the weekend. 

The list includes thrillers, romance, suspense, fantasy and more. Check the list below:

Stranger Things S4 V2

The much-anticipated Volume 2 of the Stranger Things Season 4 will see an interesting clash between Eleven and a dangerous monster. Volume 2 has the season's last two episodes in which a group of teens is fighting an alien creature they call Vecna. The show features Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, David Harbour and others.

Where to watch: Netflix

Baymax

The action-comedy series is about the amiable, inflatable, and unmistakable healthcare companion Baymax who sets out to carry out his predetermined mission to assist others. Scott Adsit, Ryan Potter, Maya Rudolph, Emily Kuroda, Lilimar, Zeno Robinson, and Jaboukie Young-White have given voices in the series.

Where to watch: Disney+Hotstar

Bang Bang Baby

The crime series set in the 1980s centres around Marisa Merico, the teenage daughter of one of Italy's most notorious Mafia Godfathers. She eventually joins her father's criminal enterprise.

Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video

Extraordinary Attorney Woo

Brilliant attorney Woo Young-woo tackles challenges in the courtroom and beyond as a newbie at a top law firm and a woman on the autism spectrum. She might be different from you and me but when it comes to delivering justice, you can bet that no case is too big or difficult for this newbie attorney.

Where to watch: Netflix

Rebelde Season 2

Rebelde follows the lives of a group of young students at the Elite Way School, an elite Mexican college. The new season of the Mexican drama focuses on a secret society called the Lodge that threatens to crash the musical hopes of the first years. 

Where to watch: Netflix

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