After its successful run at the box office, Thalapathy Vijay‘s action thriller Leo has finally arrived on Netflix this week. Directed by Lokesh Kanagaraj, the action-packed movie also features Sanjay Dutt, Trisha Krishnan, and Arjun Sarja in pivotal roles. In addition to Leo, many other new movies, shows, K-dramas, reality shows, and documentaries have been released on various streamers. These new titles include The Flash, Apurva, Suburræterna, The Crown Season 6 Part 1, Sukhee, and many others. We have also included some entertaining new titles that were released in cinemas this week, such as The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes and Khichdi 2: Mission Paanthukistan. Scroll down to browse through the complete list.
Weekend Watch: The Railway Men, Leo, The Flash & 21 other new binge-worthy titles that you can enjoy on OTT & in theatres
1. Apurva – Disney+ Hotstar
Headlined by Tara Sutaria, Abhishek Banerjee, Dhairya Karwa, and Rajpal Yadav, Apurva is an edge-of-the-seat survival drama that tells the story of an ordinary girl who gets kidnapped by a group of rowdies. Will she be able to escape from the world of deceit?
2. Feedback – Netflix
Feedback is another exciting option on Netflix that you can watch this weekend. The thriller drama follows a former rockstar struggling with an addiction problem who embarks on a dangerous journey to find his missing son.
3. The Flash – JioCinema
Barry Allen travels back in time to rectify a few mistakes and relive some memories with his mother but finds himself trapped in the past with no powers. Watch him assemble a team of superheroes to fight a dangerous evil and find his way back to the correct timeline. Directed by Andy Muschietti, the superhero movie features Ezra Miller, Sasha Calle, Michael Shannon, and Michael Keaton in prominent roles.
4. In Love and Deep Water – Netflix
In Love and Deep Water are added to the list of new releases apart from The Railway Men, Leo, The Flash, and more. Starring Ryo Yoshizawa, Aoi Miyazaki, and Yo Yoshida in lead roles, the Japanese movie revolves around a butler and a mysterious woman who team up to solve a complex murder mystery on a grand cruise ship.
5. The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes – Theatres
A prequel to The Hunger Games (2012), The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes focuses on Coriolanus Snow’s early days when he reluctantly allied with District 12’s Lucy Gray Baird during the 10th annual Hunger Games. As the plot progresses, the makers also shed light on Snow’s rise as the tyrannical leader of Panem.
6. Suburræterna – Netflix
Suburræterna is another interesting option on Netflix, along with Sukhee, Leo, The Crown Season 6 Part 1, and more. Watch Spadino return to regain control over the city of Rome, which is in chaos. The Italian series is an adaptation of Stefano Sollima’s 2015 movie Suburra.
7. A Murder at the End of the World – Disney+ Hotstar
An amateur detective receives an invitation to a retreat from a reclusive billionaire in a remote and splendid location. As the plot progresses, the amateur detective finds himself in a complicated situation where he must use his skills to solve the murder case on the island.
8. The Crown Season 6 Part 1 – Netflix
Netflix has finally rolled out the first part of their popular drama The Crown‘s final season. The last season focuses on the life of Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Diana’s growing popularity in the media and her tragic demise, Sophie Rhys-Jones’ wedding, and more.
9. How to Become a Mob Boss – Netflix
Ever wondered how mobsters like Pablo Escobar, Al Capone, and others built their massive empires? If yes, then Netflix’s new offering, How to Become a Mob Boss, is an exciting option you shouldn’t miss. The satirical docuseries examines the rise and fall of history’s most notorious mobsters.
10. Monarch: Legacy of Monsters – Apple TV
After witnessing the battle between the Titans and Godzilla, two siblings embark on an adventurous journey to unravel their family’s connection with Monarch, a secret organization. However, the journey turns into a life-changing event when they find themselves in an unknown realm of monsters. Created by Chris Black, the series features Kurt Russell, Wyatt Russell, Anna Sawai, Kiersey Clemons, and Ren Watabe.
11. Leo – Netflix
Filmmaker Lokesh Kanagaraj’s action thriller Leo, starring Thalapathy Vijay, Sanjay Dutt, Gautham Vasudev Menon, Trisha Krishnan, and Arjun Sarja, has finally premiered on Netflix this week. The movie (Leo) follows a simple cafe owner who becomes the target of a dangerous drug cartel that assumes him to be someone else. Will he be able to protect his family members and prove his innocence to everyone?
12. Trevor Wallace: Pterodactyl – Amazon Prime Video
From smoking oregano to sharing his views on the red flags of dating, watch comedian Trevor Wallace take centre stage and entertain the audience with his comic performance on Amazon Prime Video this weekend.
13. Best. Christmas. Ever! – Netflix
Best. Christmas. Ever! is a story about Charlotte, who visits her college friend Jackie after receiving a Christmas newsletter filled with her achievements. Will she be able to prove that her friend’s life is not as perfect as it seems in the newsletter? An entertaining romantic comedy starring Heather Graham, Brandy, Jason Biggs, and Matt Cedeno in lead roles.
14. Believer 2 – Netflix
As the title suggests, Believer 2 is a sequel to the Korean crime thriller Believer, released in 2018. The movie picks up from where the previous installment ended and focuses on Won-ho, a police detective desperate to take down a gangster and his drug empire.
15. Stamped from the Beginning – Netflix
Stamped from the Beginning is a documentary based on Ibram X. Kendi’s novel of the same title that talks about the history of racist ideas in America. Other than this, some interesting titles to look out for this weekend are Twin Love, Leo, Trevor Wallace: Pterodactyl, Monarch: Legacy of Monsters, and many more.
16. Twin Love – Amazon Prime Video
Watch ten sets of identical twins participate in Amazon Prime Video’s new reality show Twin Love, where they’ll embark on a journey to find their true love while living in different houses with the same cast members. Brie and Nikki Garcia host the newly-arrived reality drama.
17. The Secrets We Keep – Lionsgate Play
Directed by Yuval Adler, The Secrets We Keep is a thriller that follows a Romanian refugee whose simple life is upended after a chance encounter with a war criminal. The movie features Noomi Rapace, Joel Kinnaman, and Chris Messina in lead roles.
18. Kannur Squad – Disney+ Hotstar
Like crime thrillers? If so, then Roby Varghese Raj’s movie Kannur Squad deserves a spot on your weekend watchlist. Starring Mammootty in the lead role, the film follows a police officer and his unit who navigate the various challenges of taking down a dangerous criminal gang.
19. Sukhee – Netflix
Directed by Sonal Joshi, Sukhee is a light-hearted slice-of-life drama starring Shilpa Shetty Kundra in the title role. The movie’s plot centres around a middle-aged housewife who decides to relive her younger days as an independent woman when she visits Delhi for her school reunion.
20. The Queenstown Kings – Netflix
Here’s another exciting title on Netflix you can enjoy at home with your family. Titled The Queenstown Kings, the movie focuses on a washed-up soccer player who returns home after his father’s demise. He tries to rectify his past mistakes and start over. Will he be able to reunite with his son, a talented soccer player?
21. The Railway Men – Netflix
Netflix’s much-awaited drama The Railway Men arrives on the streamer this Sunday. It narrates the story of the railway employees who saved several lives during the Bhopal gas tragedy 1984. The upcoming drama features an ensemble cast that includes R. Madhavan, Kay Kay Menon, Divyenndu Sharma, and Babil Khan.
22. Maxine’s Baby: The Tyler Perry Story – Amazon Prime Video
Created by Gelila Bekele and Armani Ortiz, Maxine’s Baby: The Tyler Perry Story is a documentary based on the life of media mughal Tyler Perry. The documentary shows how the multi-talented artist rose to fame by overcoming various obstacles in life.
23. All-Time High – Netflix
With Nassim Lyes and Zoé Marchal in lead roles, Netflix’s new offering, All-Time High, is a story about a con artist in dire need of cash. The plot takes an interesting twist when he crosses paths with a woman with a crypto fortune.
24. Khichdi 2: Mission Paanthukistan – Theatres
The ensemble cast of Khichdi: The Movie (2010) has reunited for a sequel titled Khichdi 2: Mission Paanthukistan. The newly released comedy-drama helmed by Aatish Kapadia follows the Parekh clan, who embark on a mission to free a scientist while kidnapping a tyrannical king who looks like Praful. You can watch an entertaining option with your family in cinemas this weekend.