From true Indian crime and political dramas to feel-good comedy, planes and dragons, this guide brings everything you need to keep your spirits flying high. We’ve sped up the process of having to endlessly scroll through content to find something interesting, and have compiled a list to keep you glued to the screen. These are some of our top picks for this last weekend of the month, across various genres and popular OTT platforms.
Binge Guide: What to watch on OTT platforms this weekend
Our pick of the best OTT content for this weekend
Starring the likes of Kevin Hart, Mark Walhberg and Regina Hall, this feel-good film is the story of an incredibly invested stay-at-home father, who enjoys nothing more than his me time when his family goes away for a weekend. So what can you expect when he gets back with his old friends to celebrate his birthday? Watch to enjoy the chaos that ensues.
Delhi Crime S2
This crime drama set in Delhi follows the police force as they dig into high-profile crimes in Delhi. Starring the likes of Shefali Shah, Rasika Duggal, Yashaswini, Dayama and Adil Hussain, the series portrays both fictitious as well as true stories. This second season is focused on the heinous crimes and killings perpetrated by Delhi's notorious 'kachchha-banyan' gang.
House of the Dragon
This big name took its place last week and if you are still looking for something to help you forget GoT season 8, don't miss out on this one. Set a couple of centuries before the Game of Thrones, this show will focus on the Dance of the Dragons, an infamous event in Westeros – essentially a civil war between siblings Aegon II and Rhaenyra over the throne after the death of their father. It is based on George R.R. Martin’s 2018 novel Fire & Blood and the show is set to chronicle the beginning of the end of House Targaryen. A new episode will release every Monday so stay tuned.
Criminal Justice S3
Pankaj Tripathi takes to the silver screen to take on the role of witty lawyer Madhav Mishra once again. This third season will chronicle the judiciary system and its limits. Directed by Rohan Sippy, prepare yourself for some intense courtroom drama.
The official trailer has been released for Sylvester Stallone is back and his upcoming movie Samaritan, strays away from what you'd expect from him. Stallone plays a former superhero who disappeared after a disastrous encounter with his arch-nemesis. This is an interesting take on superheroes and won't fail to entertain.
Top Gun: Maverick
If you happened to miss one of the biggest movies of the year, in theatres, don't worry. Now you can watch it as is convenient for you. A sequel to one of the most iconic 80s films, Top Gun: Maverick follows Tom Cruise as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell who evades promotions that would take him off the field as he ages. He is selected to train a batch of Top Gun graduates for a one-of-a-kind mission that’s dangerous as it is exciting. You can expect nail-biting, intense action sequences at both high and low altitudes, that will lead him to confront his turbulent past.
This political drama series’ first season gained a lot of attention in the past. Now it is back, and this time Bheema Bharti (Sohum Shah) is out of prison and is set to reclaim his political position, taken over by his wife Rani (Huma Qureshi). In an attempt to fight her by any means, he will attempt to mislead the public and defame her. Will she be able to win this battle that is beyond political? After all, it's as personal as it can get.
See Season 3
The third season of this dystopian show picks up just a year after Baba Voss (Jason Momoa) has finally defeated his nemesis, his brother Edo. He has his mind set on living remotely in the forest but is forced to return to Paya to save his tribe from the hands of a Trivantian scientist who is developing a new and devastating form of sighted weaponry that threatens the future of humanity.