Binge Guide: What to watch on OTT platforms this weekend

Our pick of the best OTT content for this weekend

From chilling true stories and documentaries to sci-fi thrillers, this weekend's guide comes packed with action and will definitely leave you deep in thought. We’ve sped up the process of having to pick out of the endless content, and have compiled a list for you to get bingeing as soon as possible. These are our top picks for the weekend, across various genres and popular OTT platforms.


The Most Hated Man on the Internet

This chilling three-part documentary series is based on the true story of Hunter Moore and his website, Set in a lawless internet world circa 2010, this tale is one of the earliest and most notorious incidents of revenge porn. Follow along as one woman stands up to this self-proclaimed "professional life ruiner," after photos of her naked daughter were posted online. A truly eye-opening documentary not designed for the weak of heart.


Keep Breathing

In an Arrow-esque tale, a woman named Liv (Melissa Barrera) is the lone survivor of a private plane crash in the Canadian wilderness. Watch along this six-episode series as she battles both the unforgiving cold and past personal traumas to stay alive in the harsh environments.


Masaba Masaba: Season 2

In the second season of this show, world domination is just about within reach for Masaba and Neena Gupta. Masaba goes out in front of the cameras, while Neenaji decides to go behind them. The show captures the struggle of dealing with new loves, old loves, and some impossible loves, all while taking on the world of fashion and film. In this battle between hustle and heart, we follow along as both women take their careers, image, friendships and lovers, into their stride and try to turn everything around.


Prime Video

Paper Girls

Not ready to leave Stranger Things behind just yet? This one is a must. Following the story of four paper girls, who set out on their delivery route the morning after Halloween 1988, only to be caught between warring time-travellers. We bear witness as they are transported to the future, where they have to confront their future selves and learn to trust one another, all while on the run from the Old Watch, a militant faction of time-travellers.


Rocketry: The Nambi Effect

This biographical drama film is R. Madhavan’s directorial debut. A true story based on the life of Nambi Narayanan, a scientist at the Indian Space Research Organisation, who was falsely accused in the ISRO espionage case. Spanning his life, from his days as a graduate student at Princeton University all the way to the espionage case, focusing on every aspect of his life. This film has credited itself to be pure facts, all while telling the painful story of a brilliant man.


James May: Our Man in Italy

All you gearheads are more than familiar with James May. Well, following the success of his show, Our Man in Japan, he hits the road once more with his Prime Video travel series, this time, headed to Italy. Watch along as he takes us to every corner of one of his favourite countries, exploring the history, culture, landscape, industry and people of Italy. Best of all, you can expect the usual dose of James May's silliness, making this a great one to watch with the whole fam.

Apple TV


Post a traumatic head injury, Sophia (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) embarks on a journey to piece together the parts of her life as she attempts to recover from serious memory loss. Along her journey, she realises that the people who are helping her may not have her best interests in mind at all. So who can she believe and trust? Watch to find out…




Disney Hotstar

Good Luck Jerry

Starring Janhvi Kapoor, Good Luck Jerry is a dark comedy crime film which is practically a survival of the wittiest when pushed to the wall. Chaos is unspooled at every turn as an innocent girl gets accused of smuggling cocaine.  The remake of the Tamil movie Kolamaavu Kokila is directed by Siddharth Sen who makes his debut with the crime comedy.