Taking a break from regular programming and socializing these days mostly entails plonking ourselves in front of the latest binge-worthy show. Parked on our bed/couch with the AC cranked up and some comfort food by our side is a self-care situation everyone can relate to. But if you are anything like us, you find yourself constantly feeling the what-to-watch-next woes.
To create your watchlist for the next few months, here is a list of upcoming binges you will be itching to hit the ‘skip intro’ button on:
House of the Dragon - Disney+ Hotstar
GOT fans unite- the OTT adaptation of Fire & Blood is all set to be released this month. It follows the story of the House of Targaryen, 200 years before the events of the Game of Thrones.
Releasing on 21st August.
Delhi Crime 2 - Netflix
The gritty, Emmy-winning crime drama is back with season 2- the retelling of a gang of maniacal serial killers that sent the Delhi Police in panic. Catch the unmatchable Shefali Shah this August for your true crime fix.
Releasing on 26th August.
The Rings of Power - Prime Video
2022 is clearly the year of mega prequels. J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings is being revived with a prequel to rule them all. The Rings of Power, with an estimated billion-dollar budget and an ensemble cast, will be this year’s biggest OTT release.
Releasing on 2nd September.
Little Women - Netflix
Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women has been remade time and again, but this modern-day adaptation has a quintessential Kdrama spin to it. Twists, turns and a dream to be fulfilled at any cost- this time, the Little Women are ready to face anything for family.
Releasing on 3rd September.
Gutsy - Apple TV+
Catch Chelsea and Hillary Clinton in conversation with women leaders, creatives, activists and everyday heroes in this 8-part docuseries. Based on Hilary’s New York Times bestseller ‘The Book of Gutsy Women’, the mother-daughter duo will be seen talking to pioneering women while also giving us an insight within their own relationship.
Releasing on 9th September.
The Midnight Club - Netflix
Mike Flanagan’s latest spine-chilling horror about 5 terminally ill teenagers of the Brightcliffe Hospice that together form The Midnight Club. They get together each night to tell scary stories and make a pact- whoever dies first will attempt to contact the rest from beyond the grave.
Releasing on 7th October.