Binge Guide: What to watch on OTT platforms this weekend

Our pick of the best OTT content for the weekend [Mar 11, 2022]

From time travel to a future where humans can upload their consciousness, this weekend’s binge guide has a healthy dose of science fiction. That and more. 
We however don’t want you wasting a second wondering where to start or what to watch. So here’s a handy guide on the best new shows or movies to catch up this weekend across popular OTT streaming platforms.


Formula 1: Drive to Survive (S4)
The high-octane Formula 1 docu-drama is back, and fans couldn’t be happier. There was enough drama in the 2021 season to keep Netflix writers drooling, and the epic Hamilton-Verstappen title battle is sure to hog the spotlight. Expect 10 more episodes of fiesty squabbles between rivals and team partners. 
The Adam Project
Another month, and yet another Netflix original movie with Ryan Reynolds in the lead. Is he the Radhika Apte of Hollywood? This time Reynolds stars in a sci-fi adventure, where he travels back in time to seek help from his younger self. The star cast also includes Mark Ruffalo, Zoe Saldana, and Jennifer Garner.
Badhaai Do
Starring Bhumi Pednekar and Rajkumarr Rao, Badhaai Do offers an interesting perspective of the LGBTQIA+ community in our society. The film has been lauded for its representation, and the actors’ portrayals. All in all, it’s a family entertainer that bravely tackles a sensitive issue.

Prime Video

Upload (S2)
Upload, premiered back in 2020, had an interesting concept where people can “upload” their consciousness into a virtual afterlife once they’ve passed. The sci-fi series is back for season two, and we can’t wait to see what happens with Nathan and Ingrid.

Apple TV+

The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey
A miniseries starring Samuel L. Jackson playing a serious character is reason enough to watch The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey. Jackson plays the title character, struggling with dementia, who briefly remembers the time around the mysterious death of his nephew. Watch is for the intriguing plot, but more importantly, watch it for Samuel L. Jackson.