Binge Guide: What to watch on OTT platforms this weekend

Our pick of the best OTT content for this weekend

From sci-fi space thrillers and not-so-jolly green giants to true docu-series and touching patriotism, this guide brings it all. We’ve sped up the process of having to pick out of the endless content presented before you when you turn on the telly, and have compiled a list to keep you glued to the screen. These are our top picks for the weekend, across various genres and popular OTT platforms.



Ad Astra

Who doesn’t love to watch a Brad Pitt film? This one follows the story of Clifford McBride, who led a voyage into deep space thirty years ago never to be heard from again. Now his son, a young and fearless astronaut must embark on a threat-filled mind-boggling mission to Neptune. He may just uncover the truth about his missing father and face a mysterious power surge that could put the universe on the brink of extinction.


This “tail” is inspired by the true events that occurred in the Pilibhit Tiger Reserve, where heartless people used to leave their elderly family members for tigers to prey on, to in turn claim compensation from the administration. The film stars Pankaj Tripathi, Sayani Gupta and Neeraj Kabi in the lead roles and portrays the harsh realities of life and the mistreatment of the elderly.

The Next 365 days

Its predecessor shocked audiences with a shockingly out-there “plot”. Well, the franchise is back, building on the relationships formed in the previous film and comes with several twists and turns of fate. So if you want some well, interesting content to binge this weekend, go for it, just don't watch it with your family!

Disney+ Hotstar

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law

This latest entrant to the MCU answers the long pondered question of life… What is life…like in heels, at 6 feet 7 inches tall? Well, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law sees Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) learn to navigate the complicated life of being a single, 30-something attorney who also happens to be the female, superpowered Hulk.


In lieu of India’s completion of 75 years of Independence, this docu-film pays tribute to our nation through the history, stories and emotions that the Tiranga evokes. A touching and inspiring 40-minute journey through the years, leaving you feeling more patriotic than ever.

Prime Video


John Cena is back! (And this time we really hope you CAN see him). Picking up right where DC’s The Suicide Squad (2021) left off, the spinoff sees Peacemaker return home wounded and tired, courtesy of his encounter with Bloodsport. Only to find out that his freedom comes at a heavy cost. He is forced to join an A.R.G.U.S. black ops squad to help identify and eliminate parasitic butterfly-like creatures.


Tamil Rockerz

Tamil Rockerz is a crime drama based on piracy.  It depicts the very real threat caused by Tamil Rockerz, an infamous piracy website, and the damage it did to the cinema industry. Starring Iswarya Menon, Vani Bhojan, and Arun Vijay, this film is an interesting watch for sure.


Legacy: The True Story of the L.A. Lakers 

We’ve seen some great films about the L.A. Lakers in their 1980’s glory with Winning Time, but there seem to be a few holes in that tale. So the team is out to set the record straight in the 10-part docuseries– Legacy, directed by Antoine Fuqua. Featuring extensive interviews with Lakers CEO Jeanie Buss, late owner Jerry Buss and many of the team’s former players, coaches and opponents, this documentary is a love letter to the franchise. It’s definitely not an exposé or hard-hitting journalism on the misconduct, but it is definitely a must-watch for any B-ball fans out there.