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November 2023, Week 3 OTT India releases: From Apurva, Chithha, Kannur Squad to Leo, The Crown Season 6 Part 1, The Railway Men

In the third week of November 2023, many French, English, Hindi, Korean, Tamil, Thai, Arabic, Portuguese, Japanese, Malayalam, and Italian titles will be released on OTT.

November 2023, Week 3 OTT India releases: From Apurva, Chithha, Kannur Squad to Leo, The Crown Season 6 Part 1, The Railway Men
Apurva; The Crown Season 6 Part 1; The Railway Men; Chhitha; Kannur Squad; Leo

Last Updated: 04.06 PM, Nov 13, 2023


In the third week of November 2023, explore a wide range of exciting titles brought to the leading OTT platforms. This week's releases promise a varied mix of drama, suspense, and humour, which includes Apurva and Kannur Squad on Disney+ Hotstar. While the much-awaited The Crown Season 6 Part 1 is also premiering on Netflix this week, alongside the most anticipated YRF-produced series The Railway Men, it's also being reported that Vjay's latest action film, Leo, is also making its way to the OTT giant this weekend.

Learn about all the titles releasing in the third week of November 2023 in detail below:

All-Time High - November 17 (Netflix)

A poor con artist and a crypto millionaire get along well. Is she the perfect victim, or is the con man about to become the victim?

A Murder at the End of the World - November 16 (Disney+ Hotstar)

The protagonist of A Murder at the End of the World is "Darby Hart," a young, Gen Z hacker who also happens to be an amateur sleuth. A reclusive billionaire has invited Darby and eight others to join him at a resort in the middle of nowhere. In order to prevent further deaths, Darby must use her expertise to prove that one of the other guests was murdered.

Apurva - November 15 (Disney+ Hotstar)

When an ordinary girl (Tara Sutaria) is put in a high-stakes position, she will do anything it takes to stay alive.

Believer 2 - November 17 (Netflix)

An investigator who has unfinished business with the leader of Asia's largest drug syndicate continues his investigation into the organisation.

Best. Christmas. Ever! - November 16 (Netflix)

When Charlotte and her family unexpectedly find themselves staying at the home of her college friend Jackie only days before Christmas, Charlotte seizes the chance to show Jackie that her life isn't as perfect as it appears in her holiday newsletter. Charlotte decides to prove her old friend Jackie's life is too good to be true when a Christmas miracle reunites their families.

Chithha - November 17 (Disney+ Hotstar)

Chithha is irreplaceable to his niece, and she is to him. When she gets lost, Chitta goes on a quest for her, and his whole existence comes crumbling down. As the story progresses, viewers will be asked to consider how far they are willing to go for their own children.

Coco Melon Lane - November 17 (Netflix)

When it comes to life's milestones, the youngsters of Cocomelon aren't stingy with their enthusiasm in the new series.

Congrats My Ex - November 16 (Prime Video)

Despite being on the verge of insolvency, Risa and her friends agree to plan an Indian wedding.

Crashing Eid - November 15 (Netflix)

Razan tries to persuade her Saudi family that her British Pakistani fiance is a good fit as he disrupts their Eid celebrations.

Criminal Code - November 14 (Netflix)

The Federal Police are dedicated to their goal and will stop at nothing to see it through. The new action police series Criminal Code is based on true events and follows the amazing narrative of federal police agents who use DNA evidence to break the world's largest bank robbery ring near the border of Brazil and Paraguay. Federal authorities need to think outside the box if they want to solve the mystery of a heist of this magnitude.

Dashing Through The Snow - November 17 (Disney+ Hotstar)

Eddie Garrick is a fine man who, after a tragic event as a youth, has turned his back on Christmas. At the request of his wife, Allison Garrick, from whom he is separated, Eddie takes his 8-year-old daughter Charlotte out with him on Christmas Eve, where they meet a mysterious man in a red costume named Nick. The guy's daughter and Eddie, a social worker, are led on a fantastic trip that may restore the man's faith in Christmas when he provokes the fury of a local politician. Eddie initially believes the man is crazy and in need of professional care.

How to Become a Mob Boss - November 14 (Netflix)

The most notorious mob bosses in history—from Al Capone to Pablo Escobar—are the subjects of this darkly humorous how-to book, which Peter Dinklage narrates.

In Love and Deep Water - November 16 (Netflix)

This murder mystery comedy takes place on the luxurious MSC Bellissima. Suguru Ubukata, the ship's faithful butler, meets a mysterious woman named Chizuru Banjaku aboard the ship. They work together to uncover the truth about a murder that took place on the ship.

Kannur Squad - November 17 (Disney+ Hotstar)

An intriguing story that travels the country with a police officer and his crew as they attempt to apprehend a criminal group and show their mettle in the face of professional uncertainty

Leo - November 16 (Netflix)
Matt Rife: Natural Selection - November 15 (Netflix)

Following the success of his viral videos demonstrating his humour and ability to manage a crowd, Matt set out on a world tour that quickly became sold out. In his first Netflix comedy special, Matt covers everything from crystals to online trolls, and he doesn't spare the viewer either. From his problem with protection crystals to his feud with social media trolls, comic Matt Rife pulls nothing back in this riotous stand-up special.

Maxine's Baby: The Tyler Perry Story - November 17 (Prime Video)

Tyler Perry is the ultimate American polymath; he writes, acts in, directs, produces films for, and runs a media empire. Behind the scenes of this entertainment powerhouse is a man who is turning his past hurts into future success. A tribute to his mother's devotion, Maxine's Baby: The Tyler Perry Story is a warm and personal account of the creative genius and industry disruptor's arduous but ultimately rewarding rise to the top of a field that didn't always welcome him. First-time directors Gelila Bekele and Armani Ortiz give us unprecedented access to the private life of a guy whose journey from child to media billionaire with a desire to forge his own path to the top has never before been recounted. The product is a profound lesson in remembering where you came from to know where you want to go.

Monarch: Legacy of Monsters - November 17 (Apple TV+)

Following the thunderous battle between Godzilla and the Titans that levelled San Francisco and the shocking revelation that monsters are real, Monarch: Legacy of Monsters tracks two siblings following in their father's footsteps to uncover their family's connection to the secretive organisation known as Monarch. Following clues from the 1950s to the present day, when Monarch is endangered by what Army Officer Lee Shaw (played by Kurt Russell and Wyatt Russell) knows, they enter the world of monsters

Rustin - November 17 (Netflix)

The film Rustin, starring Colman Domingo as Bayard Rustin and directed by George C. Wolfe, has received widespread acclaim. Despite being the mastermind behind the historic March on Washington in 1963, Rustin is largely forgotten today. He defied authority and never apologised for being himself. Along with Martin Luther King Jr., Rustin highlights the man who dared to envision a better world and ignite a social movement.

Scott Pilgrim Takes Off - November 17 (Netflix)

Ramona Flowers is the girl of Scott Pilgrim's dreams, but he must first fight her seven nasty exes. The situation then becomes even more intricate. Inspired by Bryan Lee O'Malley's comic books.

See You On Venus - November 17 (Netflix)

Two awkward teenagers from the United States go to Spain to track down the girl's biological mother. As they travel around the beautiful places and develop feelings for one another, they come to realise that the most significant thing is not who gave you life but what you do with it.

Shohei Ohtani: Beyond the Dream - November 17 (Disney+ Hotstar)

The documentary features an unprecedented in-depth series of interviews with Ohtani and the coaches, players, managers, and mentors that have influenced him throughout his illustrious career, which began in rural Japan and ended with him becoming a "two-way" superstar in Major League Baseball.

Suburræterna - November 14 (Netflix)

Existing partnerships are in jeopardy, and tensions with new criminal gangs are rising as Rome descends into anarchy. There's a major shift happening in the 'Suburra' universe.

Sukhee - November 17 (Netflix)

A cheerful slice-of-life story of Sukhpreet 'Sukhee' Kalra, a 38-year-old Punjabi housewife who, fed up with her regular, humdrum life, journeys to Delhi to attend her school reunion. Sukhee makes the most difficult shift in her life, from being a wife and mother to being a woman again, in the span of just seven days, reliving the 17-year-old version of herself in the process.

The Crown Season 6 Part 1 - November 16 (Netflix)

A reckoning awaits the Windsors in the weeks before Diana's terrible death, as she continues to enchant the public despite no longer being a member of the royal family.

The Dads - November 17 (Netflix)

In this tender reflection on paternity, brotherhood, and manhood, the father of murdered gay college student Matthew Shepard, Dennis Shepard, spends the weekend fishing with five fathers of trans children in rural Oklahoma. The fathers bond over their shared unconditional love for their children as they cast their lines into the river, despite their differences in race, geography, and age.

The Queenstown Kings - November 17 (Netflix)

A former football star returns to rural Queenstown after his father dies, where he has trouble connecting with his son, a promising player with lofty goals.

The Railway Men - November 18 (Netflix)

A story of the unsung heroes whose bravery and determination helped save thousands of lives on the night that altered the course of history in Bhopal

Trevor Wallace: Pterodactyl - November 15 (Prime Video)

You know what's better than cutting remarks and hilarious one-liners? You probably know Trevor Wallace because of the popular internet characters he has created and distributed. As Wallace navigates male birth control, smoking oregano, his one-of-a-kind birds-and-bees talk, eating at his first Buc-ee's, dating red flags, and the worst thing you could order on a date, he introduces you to the real-life characters he's encountered in his first stand-up special.

Twin Love - November 17 (Prime Video)

Twin Love is a social dating experiment that explores the love lives of identical twins. When two homes of "identical" castings are created, ten sets of twins will be separated and sent on separate love missions. The series will find out if their natural similarities extend to their romantic interests, doubling the fun and drama. Will identical twins continue to date each other after being separated from each other for the first time? Or will they choose quite different paths?

V for Vengeance - November 18 (Netflix)

This action-packed, no-holds-barred thriller puts the ties of family to the test as it follows the exploits of rebel vampires Emma and Scarlett on a mission. The two sisters, who had been estranged, must work together to save their younger sister, Kate, from a group of murderous vampires commanded by Thorn, after learning that Kate had escaped a previous kidnapping attempt that had killed their parents. In this ultimate struggle of good versus evil, Thorn and his gang of the undead will realise quickly that they have messed with the wrong family in their quest for vengeance and control of a vampirism vaccine.

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