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Latest OTT Releases: From The Crown season 6 part 2 to Immature season 3 - Top web series to watch this weekend

Get ready for an exciting week of releases that include thrilling documentaries, comedies, and thought-provoking dramas.

Latest OTT Releases: From The Crown season 6 part 2 to Immature season 3 - Top web series to watch this weekend
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Last Updated: 02.16 PM, Dec 13, 2023


It's time for your weekly update on the newest OTT shows that are releasing this week. From Crown gearing up for its epic end with season 6 part 2 to the third season of ImMATURE, there's an ideal selection of TV series to choose from over the next seven days to satisfy your binge-watching cravings.

Title Starring Release date OTT platform
The Crown season 6 part 2  Imelda Staunton, Jonathan, Dominic West, Olivia Williams, Ed McVey  December 14 Netflix
Immature Season 3 Omkar Kulkarni, Chinmay Chandraunshuh, Naman Jain December 15     Prime Video
Reacher season 2 Alan Ritchson, Willa Fitzgerald, Malcolm Goodwin, Marc Bendavid December 15     Prime Video
Yoh! Christmas Katlego Lebogang, Siya Sepotokele, Didie Makobane December 15     Netflix

The Crown season 6 part 2 on Netflix


The final six episodes of the acclaimed series conclude with a focus on the events surrounding Princess Diana's passing and the changing narratives of the British Royal Family. The season explores Prince William's life after his mother passed away, the Queen's Golden Jubilee, and Charles and Camilla's marriage, covering events from 1997 to 2005. The early phases of Prince William and Kate Middleton's romance are also introduced in the plot.

Why you should watch it: If you are a fan of watching dramas inspired by real events, then this one is for you. The show reveals the political and personal events that shaped the reign of Queen Elizabeth II.

Immature Season 3 on Prime Video

TVF's Immature delves deeper into the complex realm of adolescence in its third installment, with an emphasis on its likable young protagonists navigating their senior year of high school. The season expertly balances humor and emotional nuance, following the kids as they navigate friendship, adolescent romance, and the inevitable highs and lows of adolescence.

Why you should watch it: The plot mirrors the audience's personal encounters and recollections from their school years.

Reacher season 2 on Prime Video

Based on Lee Child's 11th book in the Jack Reacher series, Bad Luck and Trouble, the immensely praised series comes back for a second season. The main character of the story, Alan Ritchson, finds out through a mysterious message that people in his old U.S. Army unit are being killed. Reacher is forced to leave his life of isolation behind and teams up with some of his old allies, such as Frances Neagley (Maria Sten), to look into the murders.

Why you should watch it: Reacher is an intriguing murder mystery that brings back fond memories of classic television shows. The casting is excellent, and the plot does a good job of capturing the mood of the book.

Yoh! Christmas on Netflix

Yoh! Christmas is a romantic comedy sitcom that centers on Thando, a thirty-year-old single lady who feels pressed for time and wants a boyfriend for the holidays. She tells her family lies about being in a relationship and insists on having a partner before the holidays when she goes home. In an attempt to find the ideal guy to introduce to her family, Thando goes on a number of dates, which results in a variety of hilarious situations.

Why you should watch it: This ought to be on your list if you're tired of watching Christmas romances this year. It has a great deal of drama, humor, and fun.

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