The weekend is around the corner and here’s a list of 10 films and shows that you can sit down to watch over the weekend. Here’s a list of 10 films and shows that will be launching on streaming apps between November 27 to December 2.
1. Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives – Netflix (November 27)
Featuring four Hindi film actors’ wives, Maheep Kapoor (Sanjay Kapoor’s wife), Bhavana Panday (Chunky Panday’s wife), Seema Khan (Sohail Khan’s wife), and Neelam Kothari Soni (Samir Soni’s wife), the show looks like it has a striking similarity to hit US reality shows like The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Keeping Up With The Kardashians. The trailer features the luxurious lives of the actors’ wives who occasionally message celebrities like Kim Kardashian, tour around the city in Rolls Royce, while claiming to lead simple lives.
2. Angela’s Christmas Wish– Netflix (December 1)
This animated film is a sequel to the 2017 Canadian-Irish film Angela’s Christmas. A heart-touching tale, the film narrates the story of Angela who wishes to reunite with her family members during the Christmas holidays.
3. Black Beauty– Disney Plus (November 27)
Starring Mackenzie Foy, Kate Winslet, Black Beauty is a drama film that is based on English author Anna Sewell’s bestseller novel by the same name. The film follows a long-lasting relationship between a horse (voiced by Winslet) and a girl (Foy) that follows them through their lives.
4. Alien Worlds– Netflix (December 2)
Narrated by Sophie Okonedo, this series is a combination of fact and fiction that explores alien life and their existence in other planets in outer space.
5. Naxalbari– Zee5 (November 28)
Directed by Partho Mitra, this nine-episode crime thriller revolves around secret agent Raghav, who is on his way to destroy the rising of Naxals in an Indian village. It stars Rajeev Khandelwal, Tina Datta, Sreejita De, and Satyadeep Misra.
6. Finding Agnes– Netflix (November 30)
A tale of a mother and son, this is a story of a man who longs to see his mother and takes up a journey determined to find her, who has been estranged for a long time. Finding Agnes is set in Morocco and is packed with emotions.
7. Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker– Netflix (November 27)
Featuring Emmy-winning dancer Debbie Allen, this documentary is a treat for dancers. The documentary follows Allen’s career as a dancer and how she and her students get ready for Allen’s annual production of Hot Chocolate Nutcracker.
8. Fierce– Netflix (December 2)
Starring Voice of Poland finalist Katarzyna Sawczuk, Fierce tells the story of a talented singer who rises to popularity after participating in a talent show. However, the singer has another ambition on her list-to get closer to her father, who is a jury member, and earn his love.
9. Virgin River- Netflix (November 27)
A practicing nurse, looking to begin her life afresh, moves from Los Angeles, US, to a remote town. As she adjusts to her new place, the series follows how she adapts to her lifestyle and what surprises await her.
10. Don’t Listen– Netflix (November 27)
Falling under the horror genre, this film revolves around a haunted house. Dani finds a ghost seeking his help as he goes out to get advice and help from a paranormal expert.