Start your 2024 with an outstanding line up of OTT shows featuring comedies, thrilling action films, and thought-provoking dramas.
As the first week of January draws to a close, let's entertain you all by unveiling the web series that you simply must watch. Let's look at what you should be watching, from the comedic action series The Brothers Sun to the compelling series Fool Me Once, which is based on the same-titled novel by Harlan Coben.
|Fool Me Once
|Michelle Keegan, Adeel Akhtar, Richard Armitage, Dino Fetscher
|Cubicles Season 3
|Abhishek Chauhan, Badri Chavan, Ayushi Gupta, Niketan Sharma, Ketaki Kulkarni, Nimit Kapoor, Khushbu Baid
|You Are What You Eat: A Twin Experiment
|Pam and Wendy
|The Brothers Sun
|Michelle Yeoh, Justin Chien, Sam Song Li, Joon Lee
Fool Me Once on Netflix
The intriguing eight-part limited series Fool Me Once is based on the novel of the same name by Harlan Coben. The plot follows Michelle Keegan's character Maya Stern as she struggles to come to terms with her husband Joe's horrific death. Her entire world collapses when she sees her presumed-deceased spouse on a nanny cam. As he struggles with his secrets, Detective Sergeant Sami Kierce conducts a homicide investigation that reveals shocking information. The series features Michelle Keegan, Adeel Akhtar, Richard Armitage, and Emmett J Scanlan in prominent roles.
Cubicles Season 3 on SonyLIV
The makers of Cubicles are coming back with a brand-new season of their gripping drama, that follows Piyush as he continues to look for the meaning of his existence, which revolves around a cubicle.
You Are What You Eat: A Twin Experiment on Netflix
This week's new OTT releases include the intriguing documentary You Are What You Eat: A Twin Experiment, which explores the relationship between food and our bodies. Identical twins on the show alter their diets and habits for eight weeks to observe the effects on their bodies.
The Brothers Sun on Netflix
The Brothers Sun is a dark comedic action series that centers on the lives of two estranged Taiwanese brothers, Bruce (Sam Li) Sun and Charles (Justin Chien). Their father, the leader of a strong Taiwanese triad, is shot by an enigmatic assassin, setting off the plot. Legendary Taipeian murderer Charles comes to Los Angeles to defend his mother (Michelle Yeoh) and innocent younger brother, who has been kept in the dark about his family's illicit dealings.