9 Notable New Web Series In The Next Two Weeks
Your search for good content ends here as you are going to get 9 new releases in the next 2 weeks. Hold on for the surprise as all these upcoming movies and web series are much-awaited or masterful and delightful to watch.
Here, the list of upcoming web series or TV series fans have been waiting for.
Upcoming Web Series
Crime Scene Kitchen
Baking and implied criminal activity.
What’s the recipe for a good show especially when it involves cooking? It must include murder mystery, checked. A detective character would be a perfect fit, check. And a dash of sexiness, checked. Crime Scene Kitchen is the show where the love of The Great British Baking Show and police procedurals meet.
Fox, May 26.
Politics Meets Rural Culture
Huma Qureshi will be seen DeGlam for her upcoming political drama titled Maharani. The story revolves around an illiterate woman from the Rural area who somehow ended up joining politics. The story seems familiar when we look for references though.
Sony Liv, May 28.
Dramatic Thriller, first of its kind
Panic is a TV series based on the YA novel by Lauren Oliver. It revolves around an annual contest in the High School. All the seniors participate and came up with dangerous challenges to win the prize money of about $50,000.
Amazon Prime, May 28.
Broken But Beautiful 3
Romantic Sob Story
Alt Balaji came up with the third season of Romanic Drama Broken But Beautiful. The series featured a new cast including the old ones as well. Siddharth Malhotra will play the lead in the web show. From the promos to the concept, fans believe the show will be quite different from its other seasons.
Alt Balaji, May 29.
An animated delights about Pet’s Life
The creators of HBO’s Veep came up with an exciting animated show titled Housebroken. It is about a therapy dog who counsels her fellow domesticated animals. The character is voiced by Lisa Kudrow.
Fox, May 31
Co-created by Stephen King.
Lisey’s Story is a novel by American writer Stephen King that combines the elements of psychological horror and romance. The novel was released on October 24, 2006. It won the 2006 Bram Stoker Award for Best Novel and was nominated for the World Fantasy Award in 2007.
Apple TV+, June 4.
This series about a boy who is part human, part deer, created by Jim Mickle (Hap and Leonard) and based on the comic by Jeff Lemire, could be one of the big TV hits of the summer. The drama focuses on Gus (Christian Convery), one of many so-called hybrids — half-human, half-animal — who were born at the same time as (wait for it) a global pandemic wreaked havoc on the world.
Netflix, June 4.
The Family Man 2
Most Realistic Spy
Fans are eagerly waiting for the release of The Family Man season 2 and it finally here. The show has been delayed several times because of controversies and many other reasons. Telugu star Samantha Akkineni also joined the cast in season 2.
Amazon Prime, June 4.
Marvel Much Loved Character.
Marvel’s third TV series focuses on Tom Hiddleston’s capricious trickster god Loki. Unlike previous Disney+ shows, though, Loki episodes will appear on Wednesdays, perhaps not coincidentally a day named for the Norse god Odin.
Disney+, June 9.
The Indian director Satyajit Ray — whose centennial is being celebrated this year — was one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, and there’s a bounty of his work available to stream right now. I highly recommend the Apu Trilogy (Pather Panchali, Aparajito, Apur Sansar), which, in many ways, established him as one of cinema’s most accomplished humanists.
The Criterion Channel and HBO Max.