15 New Shows & Movies On OTT To Binge Watch In The First Half Of November


It’s the time of year when getting out of a blanket becomes an impossible task; long nights and warm drinks are an everyday occurrence. Friday nights are no longer meant for parties; rather, we cuddle up with a laptop on the bed in our favourite blankets. Let these shows and movies give you company you while you enjoy a cup of chai and a bowl of warm noodles.

1. Jawan

The biggest Bollywood blockbuster of the year is now available on OTT for streaming. A tale of vengeance, filled with power-packed performances and the joy of seeing SRK in a double role, deserves to be added to must-watch lists everywhere.

Jawan revolves around Azad, a cop who along with a group of women is set to right the wrongs of the society in Robin-hood manner.  Along the way he learns his parents heartbreaking past and teams up with his father set on avenging his mother’s death.

Featuring Shah Rukh Khan, Nayanthara, Vijay Sethupati, Deepika Padukone, Sanya Malhotra and many more, the movie has a thrilling plot, and is a treat for all the action lovers. An extended cut is now available for streaming.

Currently streaming on Netflix 

2.Aarya Season 3

Sushmita Sen’s Emmy-nominated thriller is back with a bang for its third season. A drug mafia thriller revolving around a single widowed mother, Aarya, tells the tale of her survival while protecting her children from the world of Mafia. After learning the truth about her husband’s death and making her first kill, Aarya has now taken on the role of don instead of hiding away to keep her family protected. With the older villains returning and newer ones emerging, Aarya’s transition to a mafia boss is anything but easy.

One of the most eagerly anticipated shows of the year will have you gripping the edge of your seat with its twists and turns and the nail-biting plot. Joining Sushmita Sen are Vikas Kumar, Ila Arun, Vishwajeet Pradhan, Sikandar Kher, and many more. 4 of the 8 episodes are out, while the other 4 will be released later this year.

Currently streaming on Disney+ Hotstar

3.Daily Dose Of Sunshine

If you, like me, enjoy watching Grey’s Anatomy, House M.D., Scrubs, and more, this one is for you. Based on the Kakao webtoon of the same name, Daily Dose of Sunshine revolves around the story of Jung Da-eun, a third-year nurse in the psychiatry department. Formerly in Internal Medicine, Jung Da-eun deals with the highs and lows of neuropsychiatry with her charm and her positive outlook on things.

Park Bo-young plays Jung Da-eun Yeon, and joining her as other leads of the show are Woo-jin, Jang Dong-yoon, and Lee Jung-eun. The show is directed by Lee Jae-gyu.

Currently streaming on Netflix 

4.BTS Yet To Come

BTS army, gather up. It’s time to get the popcorn and the tissue papers ready. The concert that took place last year in October has now been edited and remixed into a 102-minute-long movie, full of intoxicating performances like Butter, Dynamite, RUN, Yet to Come (The Most Beautiful Moments), and many more.

BTS yet to come consisted of 19 electrifying performances and heartwarming speeches with an audience surpassing 50,000 people. Prime is set to bring the concert-like feels to your screens. The movie premiered in theatres earlier this year and is now set to be released for all.

Streaming on Amazon Prime on November 9

5.Quiz Lady

Quiz Lady’s synopsis reads, “Anne and her estranged train wreck of a sister, Jenny, must work together to help cover their mother’s gambling debts. When Anne’s beloved dog is kidnapped, they set out on a wild cross-country trek to get the cash.”

Featuring Sandra Oh, Awkwafina, Will Ferrell, Holland Taylor, and more, this all-American comedy, deemed to be equal parts hilarious and heartfelt, is the one to pick when in the mood for comedy.

Currently streaming on Disney+ Hotstar

6.Takeshi’s Castle

The name alone is enough to bring on a wave of nostalgia. Making its return after 34 long years, Takeshi’s Castle will be available for streaming on OTT this month onwards. Bhuvan Bam lends his voice and humour to brand new episodes of the beloved Japanese game show.

The classic games are making a comeback, with some newer tasks and challenges added to the mix for the players. Beat Takeshi, the castle’s lord, entrusts Bananaman with its protection. Subaru Kimura is the new commander of the attack force. The elite crew comes together to bring down the resurrected Takeshi’s castle. Filled with endless excitement and joyful obstacles, they tune in to revive the lovely childhood memories.

Currently streaming on Amazon Prime


Based on Diana Nyad’s life, Nyad is a sports biopic celebrating her achievement of completing a nearly impossible 53-hour swim completed by her at the age of 64. A story of inspiration and never giving up, Nyad portrays Dians’s journey to swim from Cuba to Florida across more than 100 miles of open ocean.

Annette Bening plays the titular character of Diana Nyad; joining her are Jodie Foster and Rhys Ifans as leads. The two-hour-long film shows the journey of a woman who realises she is not done with her life yet.

Currently streaming on Netflix.

8. Temptation Land

The reality and dating game TV show Temptation Island now has its very own Indian version. Temptation Island: Pyar ki Pariksha features four couples whose love and loyalty are being put to the test. Several couples agree on living together with a bunch of singles who are referred to as temptars or temptresses. The show is hosted by television actors Mouni Roy and Karan Kundra.

Currently streaming on JioCinema


Tara Sutaria’s Apurva revolves around the story of a talented and mystifying detective who is kidnapped by a group of goons on her way to surprise her fiance. The tale tells the story of how Apurva tries to escape and survive against her kidnappers (Abhishke Banerjee and Rajpal Yadav).

Streaming on Disney+ Hotstar on November 15

10.Robbie Williams

After the immense success of Beckham, Netflix is back with another documentary about an English star. This time around, we learn about the life of Robbie Williams after 25 years of his record-breaking solo career. The four-part documentary series takes us through the highs and lows of the singer’s life. Robbie takes a close look at a life lived in the spotlight.

Streaming on Netflix on November 8


Another K drama to look forward to, Vigilante tells a tale about the dual life lived by Kim Ji Yong. On the weekdays, he is an ideal student at the police academy, while on the weekends, he turns into a vigilante punishing criminals who served a light sentence. Along the way, he is set to avenge his mother’s death.

Adapted from the webtoon, Vigilante is a psychological thriller full of action sequences. Vigilante features Nam Joo Hyuk, Yoo Ji Tae, Kim So Jin, and Lee Joon Hyuk in the main roles.

Streaming on Disney+ Hotstar on November 8

12.For All Man Kind Season 4

Based on the idea, what if the global run to space never ended? For all mankind, this gives centre stage to the high stakes revolving around the lives of NASA astronauts and their families. With the season ending on birth in space and death at Nasa, there is a lot the new season brings with it.

Streaming on Apple TV on November 10  

13.All The Lights We Cannot See

Based on Anthony Doerr’s Pulitzer Prize-winning bestseller, All the Lights We Cannot See is a miniseries based on wartime. Starring Aria Mia Loberti, Hugh Laurie, Mark Ruffalo, Louis Hofmann, Lars Eidinger, and Marion Bailey, the show narrates the story of a German boy, Werner Pfennig, forced to join the army and fight for the Nazis, and Marie-Laure, a blind French girl, whose paths cross during the final days of World War II.

Currently streaming on Netflix


The official synopsis reads, “Anna and Ryan have found true love, and it’s proven by a controversial new technology. There’s just one problem, as Anna still isn’t sure. Then she takes a position at a love testing institute and meets Amir.”

Feauturing Jessie Buckley, Riz Ahmed, Jeremy Allen White, and Luke Wilson, Fingernails is an unconventional tale about love, humanity, and the increasing role of science and technology in our lives.

Currently streaming on Apple TV

15.The Buccaneers

Another show to look forward to this November is The Buccaneers. The marriage market of 19th-century London came with its own unique set of challenges. A group of American women are going to face these challenges tete-a-tete when they are sent to secure husbands across the ocean. Adapted from an unfinished novel, Katherine Jakeways brings to life the cultural clash faced by these women in a frenzied and endearing manner.

Follow the story of Nan (Kristine Frøseth), who has moved to the UK with her married best friend and a group of other women, including her mother and sister. As she tackles the exhausting marriage market of London, she finds herself torn between two men. The Buccaneers is a retelling of 1890’s London from a feminist point of view about female friendships and sacrifices women were forced to make.

Streaming on Apple TV on November 8

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