Stranger Things, The Boys, The Mandalorian and more web series to binge on before new seasons drop
There are web series and then there are marquee web series – the flagship shows of OTT platforms that keep brining the audience back year after year, making fans mark their calendars as they count down to the next season of these shows. Well, in case you have missed out on them till now, and are wondering which ones you can catch up on before the new season comes knocking, then fret not as we have your back. From Stranger Things and The Boys to The Mandalorian, The Handmaid’s Tale and more – here’s a low down on the most popular web series the world over, the number of season you need to catch up on and on which OTT platforms you can view them… Also Read – Tejasswi Prakash, Shehnaaz Gill join BTS’ Jungkook, V, Blackpink’s Jisoo and others in ‘Most Handsome and Beautiful List’
Stranger Things (Netflix)
Hands down one of the most mysterious, intriguing and borderline chilling sci-fi show to have come out in years. Three seasons of 25 episodes are out on Netflix, which you can brush up on before season 4, consisting on 9 episodes, spread over 2 volumes, releases, with the first volumes slated to premiere on 27th May. Also Read – Prithviraj delay made Manushi Chhillar almost take up another film; reveals who stopped her
The Boys (Amazon Prime)
The most subversive take on superheroes and best indictment on pop culture, besides just being a bat-shit crazy, ball-to-the-wall insane show to have arguably ever emerged on the small screen. Two seasons of 16 episodes are available, with the third set to release on 3rd June. Also Read – Koffee With Karan 7: Karan Johar shows off his ultra-glam avatar, gives a glimpse of the lavish set; fans say, ‘Can’t waitttt’ [View Pics]
The Mandalorian (Disney Hotstar)
No true-blue Star Wars fan can even afford to think of passing up on The Mandaloria, whereas neutral viewers can still enjoy a great piece of sci-fi space opera crossover with a spaghetti western. Catch up on the first 2 seasons of 8 episodes each before season 3 sees the light of day toward the end of the year.
The Handmaid’s Tale (Amazon Prime)
The most disturbing and infuriating dystopian show on a totalitarian society deeply seethed in patriarchy and religious dogma. Four seasons of 46 episodes are available, with the fifth season currently being shot.
Squid Game (Netflix)
The world raged over the first season when it had dropped last year. In case you haven’t joined in yet, catch up soon as season 2 and 3 have already been greenlit.
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