Latest and Upcoming OTT releases in September 2023 Week 2: From Bambai Meri Jaan to Kaala
From crime-thrillers like Bambai Meri Jaan, Once Upon A Crime, to romantic dramas-Love At First Sight, Datta, among others, the streaming platforms have ensured full of dose of thrill, drama and romance for the cinephiles.
The OTT giants Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney Hotstars have unveiled the slate of September second week releases. From crime-thrillers like Bambai Meri Jaan, Once Upon A Crime, to romantic dramas-Love At First Sight, Datta, to interesting docu-series including Animals Up Close with Bertie Gregory, Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons S7 among others, the streaming platforms have ensured full of dose of thrill, drama and romance for the cinephiles. Comedy dramas like Han River Police and The Other Balck Girl among others will tickle your funny bones in the upcoming week. Check out the complete list here:
The upcoming French TV series show is based on the famous French businessman and politician Bernard Tapie. It follows the intricate aspects of his life from his ascent into the public sphere to his emergence as a controversial figure.
The seven-episode docu-series revolves around AI Snow, a prominent figure in the wrestling industry, and his battles to keep the professional wrestling league Ohio Valley Wrestling(OVF) afloat amid new ownership, financial burdens and keeping the wrestling dream alive.
Raphael Rowe returns as host for Inside The World's Toughest Prisons Season 7. The reporter, who was wrongly convicted and spent twelve years in jail, meets tough criminals and ruthless murderers in Finland, the Czech Republic, Indonesia, and the Solomon Islands in prisons.
Mbali Hadebe, the child of a disgraced politician, enrolls in a small-town university where she aspires to regain her social status.The comedy-drama stars Buntu Petse, Lunga Shabalala, Baby Cele, Prev Reddy, and Mpho Sebeng in pivotal roles.
After receiving a positive response to the first season, the creators Josh Mapleston and Joanna Werner will soon drop the second season of Surviving Summer. The show focuses on a rebellious teenager who's set to live with her family friends in Australia and explores her various personal relationships.
Set in the 1950s, the first season of this Turkish series focused on the story of Matilda, a seamstress working in Istanbul’s most revolutionary nightclub. The second season will tell the story of her daughter Rasel, who will raise her daughter at the club after her husband dies.
The upcoming Korean series portrays how a father turned kidnapper and his genius daughter work together to uncover the truth behind a series of murders and mysteries. Directed by Park Yoo-young, the show features Yoon Kye-sang, Park Sung-hoon, Jeon Yu-na and others in important roles.
Set in Mumbai in the 1960s and 70s, the upcoming crime thriller series explores a fictional world of gang wars, crimes and treachery amid the love-hate relationship between an honest cop and his son, who choose the path of crime to overcome a life of poverty and struggle.
Wilderness, which is based on the novel of the same name by B.E. Jones, shows a British couple’s dream holiday descending into the stuff of nightmares. The shows stars Jenna Coleman and Oliver Jackson-Cohen as Liv and Will in this emotionally charged series directed by So Yong Kim.
The wildlife filmmaker Bertie Gregory takes viewers deep into the animal lives as he follows them and take an intimate picture of their daily battles in this upcoming television series, Animals Up Close with Bertie Gregory.
The upcoming Korean action comedy-drama follows the story of a policemen team, who handles the incidents and accidents that occur in Han River. They become embroiled in crimes surrounding the river they guard day and night.
The upcoming Hindi-language series revolves around an Intelligence Bureau officer, who sets out to solve a case rooted in the underbelly of a crime world.
American comedy-drama mystery-thriller television series is based on the 2021 novel of the same name by Zakiya Dalila Harris. It focuses on Nella Rogers, an editorial assistant and the only Black woman working for a publishing company and strange occurrences following the hiring of her co-worker.
The 2022 science fiction film is set to stream on Netflix on September 11, 2023. The film is about a widower who receives an A.I. copy of his late wife and things get complicated after a mysterious organisation begins chasing his new wife.
An unexpected and scandalous romance takes place when a self-appointed expert on love tries to teach a timid prince the art of seduction in the upcoming Danish film, set to stream on Netflix on September 14, 2023.
The forthcoming Netflix Japan film is about Little Red Riding Hood who takes on the role of a detective to solve the intriguing case of "Cinderella."
The upcoming black horror-comedy drama centers on Augusto Pinochet, an aged vampire who lived for 250 years in the world, and decides to die once and for all.
The upcoming romantic drama is about two strangers who connect on a flight to London and fall in love with each other. They get separated by a twist of fate and the possibility of ever meeting each other again seems improbable, but love has a way of changing the odds.
The documentary focuses on Philadelphia Eagles team captain and All-Pro center Jason Kelce. It will premiere on Prime Video on September 12, 2023.
The upcoming Amazon Prime Video film tells the story of Jose Hernandez, the first migrant farmworker and his tale of perseverance, community and sacrifice to accomplish an impossible dream to travel to space.
The documentary is the tale of two friends who scrape money together to buy a down on its lucky football club — in Wales. After season one’s success, the second season is set to follow the fortunes of Wrexham across the 2022-23 season.
The upcoming documentary follows the life of world-renowned pianist Lang Lang, who showcases a unique arrangement of Disney’s popular songs. He invites audiences to savour Disney classics including English recording artist Alfie Boe, performer Gina Alice Redlinger and more.
Starring Rituparna Sengupta, Datta is a romantic story, influenced by the Victorian notion of ‘romantic love’. Directed by Nirmal Chakravarty, the film is about love between an affluent Brahmo woman and an indigent but brilliant Hindu young man.