This Week: 11 New Films and TV Series on Netflix, Prime Video, and Other Platforms

This Week: 11 New Films and TV Series on Netflix, Prime Video, and Other Platforms

1. Gaanth, Chapter 1: Jamnaa Paar (June 11)

Gaanth, Chapter 1: Jamnaa Paar is a mystery thriller that follows disgraced police investigator Gadar Singh (Manav Vij) as he investigates a puzzling case of mass suicide against the eerie backdrop of East Delhi. Singh teams up with Sakshi Murmu (Monika Panwar), a talented psychiatric intern, and together they explore a maze of secrets, superstitions, and social illness. Their search for the truth reveals a network of crimes that spans decades, upending assumptions about reality.

Streaming on JioCinema

2. Presumed Innocent (June 12)

Starring as Rusty Sabich, a chief deputy prosecutor caught up in a web of murder and deceit, is Jake Gyllenhaal in the gripping legal thriller Presumed Innocent. Rusty is the main suspect after his former girlfriend and coworker Carolyn Polhemus (Renate Reinsve) is discovered dead. In the midst of unraveling a web of political ambition and betrayal within the prosecuting attorney’s office, Rusty fights to clear his name as the stakes in his personal and professional life rise. Scott Turow’s 1987 novel of the same name served as the basis for the limited series.

Streaming on Apple TV+

3. Bridgerton season 3 (June 13)

The much anticipated third season of Bridgerton keeps the attention on Nicola Coughlan’s character Penelope Featherington as she at last comes of age. The season will focus on her developing romance with Colin, her broken friendship with Eloise, and her double life as the elusive Lady Whistledown on the verge of going public after Colin Bridgerton (Luke Newton) finally admits his feelings for her in the part 1 finale and confesses them to her in the now-famous carriage.

Netflix streaming

4. Tarot (June 13)

During a weekend retreat in the Catskill Mountains, a group of college students discover an antique tarot deck. This supernatural horror movie centers on them. Their curiosity lets loose a terrible power that causes horrific murders that uncannily correspond with the tarot readings. The tarot’s originator, an 18th-century astrologer who condemned those who sought her prophesies, has a dark past that the friends learn about as they work to escape the curse.

Available to buy and rent on BookMyShow Stream

5. The Boys season 4 (June 13)

The world is on the verge of anarchy as The Boys makes its fourth season return. The stakes are bigger than ever as Homelander watches over Victoria Neuman’s ascent to the Oval Office. Billy Butcher struggles with losing Ryan and grows distant from his squad as he accepts his own mortality. To stop Homelander from consolidating his authority and stop the impending disaster, the squad needs to put aside their disagreements and come together. The Gen V spin-off and this season are connected, paving the way for a titanic confrontation. Among the stars of the program are Erin Moriarty, Jack Quaid, Karl Urban, and Antony Starr.

Prime Video streaming

6. Luv Ki Arrange Marriage (June 14)

Luv (Sunny Singh) and Ishika (Avneet Kaur), who meet through an arranged marriage scenario, are at the center of the hilarious romantic comedy Luv Ki Arrange Marriage. The narrative deepens further as Luv’s recently widowed father (Annu Kapoor) starts to feel something for Ishika’s single mother (Supriya Pathak). Their early meetings are anything from easy. Luv and Ishika find themselves managing their parents’ developing affection in addition to navigating their own relationship.

Streaming on ZEE5

7. Maharaj (14 June)

In the historical drama Maharaj, Shalini Pandey, Jaideep Ahlawat, and Aamir Khan’s son Junaid Khan make their film debuts. The screenplay explores the real-life experiences of journalist and women’s rights activist Karsandas Mulji in colonial India. The film’s narrative clarifies the contentious Maharaj Libel Case of 1862, in which Mulji confronts influential figures and social norms in order to pursue justice and the truth. Mulji’s disobedience of religious orthodoxy was the impetus for this legal dispute, which attracted national attention and discussion.

Streaming on Netflix

8. The Fall Guy (June 14)

The Fall Guy, which is set against the glitzy yet ruthless backdrop of Hollywood, stars Ryan Gosling as seasoned stuntman Colt Seavers, whose career takes a drastic turn after an injury. Colt returns to the stunt industry 18 months after the accident to help his ex-girlfriend, now-director Jody Moreno (Emily Blunt), with her newest movie. Colt sets off on an exciting journey to locate the movie’s principal actor, Tom Ryder (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), after things go horribly wrong when he unexpectedly disappears.

Available to buy and rent on BookMyShow Stream

9. The Iron Claw (June 14)

The tragic and inspirational actual story of the Von Erich family, a dynasty of professional wrestlers who had a lasting impression on the sport in the 1980s, is told in the biographical sports drama The Iron Claw. Under the commanding leadership of their father Fritz Von Erich (Holt McCallany), the movie tracks the ascent to stardom of his sons Kevin (Zac Efron), Kerry (Jeremy Allen White), and David (Harris Dickinson). Many times referred to as the “Von Erich curse,” a string of personal misfortunes marrs their voyage, including the premature deaths of numerous brothers. Beyond their enormous success in the ring, the storyline delves into the family’s sorrows, resiliency, and unwavering quest of legacy.

Streaming on Lionsgate Play

10. Ultraman: Rising (June 14)

The animated film Ultraman Rising tells the story of Ken Sato, a famous baseball player, as he goes back to Japan to take on the role of Ultraman, the superhero who defends Earth. The challenge of this work comes from Ken having to raise a baby Kaiju, the progeny of his deadliest foe. His estranged father and the evil Kaiju Defense Force present obstacles for him as he tries to juggle his new roles as a hero and a surrogate parent.

Streaming on Netflix

11. Joko Anwar’s Nightmare and Daydreams (June 14)

A brand-new Indonesian anthology series with seven interwoven episodes that combine science fiction and the paranormal comes from the thoughts of Joko Anwar. Every episode covers unusual occurrences that common people encounter, and the stories together form a bigger picture that looks at the beginnings of the world and impending dangers to humanity.

Netflix streaming

Sanchita Patil

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