Diwali is here, so are the holidays. To make your holiday plans more fun, we have listed the newly released web series that you can enjoy on your Diwali holidays.
20th century girl:
In “20th Century Girl,” which is set in 1999, a high school student’s first love and friendships are followed. Story is about Bo Ra (Kim Yoo Jung), who is a 17 years old high school junior who is. She excels at taekwondo and exudes positivity and brightness. She participates in her school’s broadcasting club as well.
Yeon Doo (Roh Yoon Seo), a classmate of Bo Ra’s, is her closest pal. Yeon Doo has a crush on Hyun Jin, a classmate (Park Jung Woo). While Hyun Jin travels to the United States for heart surgery, Yeon Doo urges Bo Ra to learn everything there is to know about her. Following that, Bo Ra starts to constantly monitor Hyun Jin and she learns more about him through his friend Woon Ho. Bo Ra grows close to Woon Ho and Hyun Jin during this time.
It is a typical teen love story, complete with confusion, ups and downs, love triangles or squares, and other elements. However, because it was set in the 1990s, it added an extra layer of nostalgia, which is much loved. We suggest seeing this show over the weekend.
28 days haunted:
Six half-hour episodes of the horror web series 28 days haunted are available on Netflix. The silly ghost hunters from Netflix are determined to capture spirits on camera and will stop at nothing to achieve their goal.
To investigate haunted locations around the US, three distinct teams with three primary players—1 “sensitive” and two paranormal investigators—depart for each of the three destinations. All of them emulate the work of Ed and Lorraine Warren, who have been exposed as frauds numerous times, particularly in connection with the famed Amityville Horror. However, I digress.
The paranormal researchers have discovered that it takes approximately 28 days to break through the barrier between the living and the dead, so they plan to wait it out for that long at these locations in the hope that it would help them connect with the dead.
Regardless matter whether you believe in the paranormal or not, this show goes above and beyond to try and further its own narrative despite the evidence.
Barbarians season 2:
Barbarians, a 2020 German historical war drama television series starring Laurence Rupp, Jeanne Goursaud, and David Schütter, was created by Andreas Heckmann, Arne Nolting, and Jan Martin Scharf. The dramatization of the Germanic tribes’ subsequent rebellion under the leadership of Arminius during the Roman Empire’s occupation of Germania is a work of fiction. Season 2 of the show is now out on Netflix.
The story takes place in the later part of AD 9, during the Roman occupation of Germania Magna (a region between the Rhine and the Elbe). The Germanic tribes were oppressed by the Roman empire’s high taxation and tribute demands during their twenty-year occupation of the area. Petty rivalries among the tribal chieftains and certain tribesmen’s self-serving desire for peace with Rome hinder efforts to organise the Germanic resistance.
Four More Shots Please Season 3:
Four More Shots Please’s third season is a good option if you want to try something different from popular genre. The show has returned for a third season following a great run of two, and this one promises even more drama, complicated relationships, and strong feelings. Collectively, their tale is as authentic as it gets.
Sayani Gupta, Kirti Kulhari, Maanvi Gagroo, and Bani J play the lead characters on the show.
A comparison to writer and activist Rana Ayyub’s book Gujarat Files: Anatomy of a Cover Up was made in season two when journalist Damini Rizvi Roy (Sayani Gupta) wrote a critical book that was both banned and a bestseller. Damini transitions from journalist to political advisor this season, and she can be seen attempting to revive the political image of a Rahul Gandhi-like person. The foul acid and sandpaper edges that characterise India’s actual political situation have been removed, leaving everything looking tidy and attractive.
Scott Smith is the executive producer and creator of the 2022 American science fiction streaming television series titled The Peripheral. It was created by Amazon prime and is based on William Gibson’s 2014 novel of the same name. Along with Athena Wickham, Steve Hoban, and Vincenzo Natali, executive producers for Westworld include Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy. Prior to its release on Amazon Prime Video on October 21, 2022, the series had its world premiere on October 11, 2022, at the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles.
The Peripheral, written by William Gibson in 2014, was a little return to form for one of the world’s most renowned science fiction authors.
Flynne Fisher (Chloe Grace Moretz), the main character of the show, works at a 3D printing shop in a small, decaying American town in the near future. At night, she competes in video games for money, using the money to buy expensive medications for her ill mother. Her brother Burton (Jack Reynor), a former US Army soldier, suffers trauma from the cybernetic implants that were put in before going into battle. She discovers, when Flynne is playing a game on his brother’s behalf, that the game is actually a portal to the future, especially to 22nd century London, a post-apocalyptic wasteland where regular people are drawn into incredible, planet-altering secrets and technologies. One of them, Wilf Netherton (Gary Carr, superb), is a liaison for Milagros Coldiron, a shadowy super-corporation that appears to hold the solution to the scenario of the worlds clashing brought about by Flynne’s “game.”
Tripling Season 3:
Since its first season debuted in 2016, Tripling on TVF has been enthralling viewers. It is much more than just three siblings going on an exciting road trip. While there are some amusing sequences and uplifting music to enjoy, this episode of the programme also explores human relationships, which it did not accomplish in previous seasons.
If their parents decide to get divorced, the siblings, who are constantly seen navigating their complicated love affairs, won’t know how to handle the situation. Three brothers and sisters, Chandan, Chanchal, and Chitvan, are profiled in Tripling, along with their family dynamics and the various excursions they take during the year.
Their journey is worthwhile to be a part of, even though it always comes with its fair share of hiccups. This time, the three of them get together after learning that their parents are divorcing after 36 years of marriage.
They have returned to Amma’s Place, their beloved home in the hills. But when they learn that their parents have sold the house where they had accumulated countless memories in addition to splitting up, their entire world crumbles.