What To Watch This Week on OTT: Bridgerton, The Boys, Maharaj and more

Jayabhuvaneshwari B

Bridgerton Season 3 - Part 2: Netflix (June 13)

The second part of season 3 of the English regency romance series, Bridgerton will focus on how the relationship between Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) and Penelope Featherington (Nicola Coughlan), culminates in marriage. The series also stars Claudia Jessie, Hannah Dodd, Adjoa Andoh, Golda Rosheuvel, and Ruth Gemmel in lead roles.

Gaanth Chapter 1: Jamnaa Paar: Jio Cinema (June 11)

This Hindi series starring Manav Vij, Monika Panwar, Saloni Batra, is about a shocking tragedy that unfolds near the Yamuna River, taking the lives of six members of the Chandel family, along with their beloved pet dog. This unexplained event sparks a major mystery.

Kurangu Pedal: Aha Tamil (June 14)

Helmed by Kamalakannan, Kurangu Pedal is a Tamil film starring Kaali Venkat in a prominent role. Set in the nostalgic summer of 1980s Katheri, a unique bond blossoms between a father and son. The son, passionate about cycling, becomes the teacher, guiding his father on a journey of learning to ride a bicycle.

The Boys Season 4: Prime Video (June 13)

Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr and others return for the fourth season of this English satirical superhero series which will see the titular boys find a way to stay together and save the world.

Ground: Prime Video (June 10)

Tejaswini M, Harinath Raj Kuntamukkula, and Nagaraju Badhavath star in this Telugu film about a crew of buddies who head to their usual hangout, a nearby park, for a casual game of Cricket on a regular Sunday. But this particular day throws them a curveball with some unexpected surprises.

Tarot: Prime Video (June 13)

Avantika Vandanapu, Jacob Batalan, Larsen Thompson, Harriet Slater, Wolfgang Novogratz, and others lead this horror film which revolves around careless friends who awaken a deadly entity from a cursed tarot deck. Now, haunted by their fortunes, they fight for survival against a terrifying fate. Anna Halberg and Spenser Cohen are the film's director.

Luv Ki Arrange Marriage: ZEE5 (June 14)

Avneet Kaur and Sunny Singh’s rom-com, the Hindi film Luv Ki Arrange Marriage is helmed by Ishrat R Khan. The film will see Sunny falling in love with Avneet, planning to ask for her hand in marriage, when Sunny's widowed father falls for Avneet's widowed mother.

Not Dead Yet Season 2: Disney+ Hotstar (June 12)

Based on Confessions of a Forty-Something F**k Up by Alexandra Potter, the English series stars Gina Rodriguez, Hannah Simone, Lauren Ash and Nick Glassman in the lead. The series centers on Nell Serrano, who works at a local newspaper writing obituaries while trying to manage her personal and professional relationships.

Parijatha Parvam: Aha (June 12)

Director Santosh Kambhampati's Telugu crime caper, Parijatha Parvam revolves around a kidnapping attempt gone wrong, on account of two rookie kidnappers (Chaitanya and Harsha), who unwittingly become the catalyst for the don’s (Sunil) plan going haywire.

Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors: Netflix (June 12)

Thousands of terracotta warriors guarded the first Chinese emperor's tomb. Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors is their story, told through archaeological evidence and reenactments.

Maharaj: Netflix (June 14)

Malhotra P Siddharth has helmed this Hindi biographical crime drama that follows a real-life historic court case of a bold journalist who questions a revered leader's immoral behavior. The films stars Jaideep Ahlawat and Junaid Khan in lead roles.

Ultraman: Rising: Netflix (June 14)

An English CG-animated superhero film that revolves around Ken Sato, a star baseball player, who returns to his homeland Japan, to carry the mantle of Ultraman. However, a newborn kaiju monster thinks he is her parent and Ken is now tasked with bringing up the child of his greatest enemy.

Paruvu: ZEE5 (June 14)

Nivetha Pethuraj and Naresh Agastya star in lead roles in this Telugu crime drama thriller, which follows a young couple from rival castes defying societal expectations by eloping and getting married. Disowned by their families, they are compelled to return to their town due to a death, only to encounter a malicious scheme aimed at their elimination.

The Iron Claw: Lionsgate Play (June 14)

This English film, starring Zac Efron is from director Sean Durkin is created on the basis of the Von Erich family of wrestlers. It tells the story of the Von Erich brothers as they make history in the highly competitive world of professional wrestling in the early 1980s.

Yakshini: Disney+ Hotstar (June 14)

Yakshini tells the story of Krishna, a hopeless romantic longing for true love, and Maya, a Yakshini bound to Earth by an ancient curse. Maya's quest to save her clan by eliminating a hundred men intertwines fatefully with Krishna's life. The Telugu series stars Vedhika, Rahul Vijay, Manchu Lakshmi and is directed by Teja Marni.

The Holdovers: Jio Cinema (June 16)

With no family and nowhere to go over Christmas in 1970, Paul stays at school to supervise students who can't go home. After a few days, only one student remains: Angus, an 18-year-old troublemaker and good student whose behavior often risks expulsion. The film stars Paul Giamatti, Dominic Sessa and Da'Vine Joy Randolph, who won the Best Supporting Actress for The Oscars.

Gangs of Godavari: Netflix (June 14)

Vishwak Sen stars as the man who journeys from rags to riches with absolute grit and determination in the Eluru and Godavari coastal regions of India, in this Telugu film helmed by Krishna Chaitanya.