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There’s only one original Indian release this week in the form of Poacher, produced by Alia Bhatt, which is based on India’s illegal ivory poaching, but there are plenty of other big names across the genre as well. For one, Netflix will host the Screen Actor Guild Awards live for the first time, which is being touted as a huge experiment for the streaming platform. The awards ceremony will begin streaming at 5 AM IST.

Another big-budget release is Avatar: The Last Airbender, a live-action adaptation of Netflix’s popular series of the same name. However, if you’ve watched the original series before, there’s a good chance you won’t be that impressed with the adaptation. The series received mixed reviews from critics and die-hard fans.

Next up is the final season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch on Disney+ Hotstar. This is where the limits of Bad Batch are tested.

Overseas, there is 《Through My Window 3: Looking at You》, the final chapter of the Spanish romance trilogy. This follows a classic romantic dilemma and the inability to move on after a breakup. If you haven’t read the first two parts yet, you can find them both on Netflix.

If documentaries are your thing, check out the new British crime docu-series Can I Tell You A Secret? It offers a chilling insight into the serial cyberstalker who made the lives of countless women hell. Another option is Apple TV’s documentary about soccer legend Messi, which follows him through five World Cups.

For comedy fans, Netflix has another comedy special, Mike Epps’ Ready to Sell Out. Here, the American stand-up comic talks candidly about his finances, romantic life and hilarious street observations.

For those curious about the Netflix documentary on the Sheena Bora murder case, which was scheduled to be released on February 23, its release was halted after the CBI filed an appeal in the Bombay High Court. The series is likely to premiere only after it undergoes a special screening and clearance from the Central Bureau of Investigation (are there a lot of cuts and edits in store?).

Well, that’s it for this week. Have fun driving!

poacher

When: Streaming now

Where: Prime Video

Poacher is an exciting thriller drama about the illegal elephant ivory poaching that takes over the green forests of South India. Here you can see Indian Forest Service officials, NGO workers, police constables and a group of good Samaritans risking their lives for the cause. The series is a fictionalized depiction of real-life horrific events. The show is created by Emmy Winning Delhi Crime creator Richie Mehta. It was co-produced by Alia Bhatt.

Avatar The Last Airbender

When: Streaming now

Where: Netflix

If you remember Nickleodeon’s smash hit show, you already know what this new release is about. Like the original animated version, the live-action adaptation is based on a world where some people named Avatars have superpowers that allow them to manipulate one of the four elements – water, earth, fire, and air – through “bending.” Gordon Cormier plays 12-year-old Aang, a genius airbender who has just discovered that he is the new Avatar and must now master the powers of all four elements to save the world from the tyranny of the Fire Nation. Get ready for a variety of special effects and impressive moves in this eight-part series.

30th Screen Actors Guild Awards

When: February 24

Where: Netflix

Netflix has been trying to enter the live streaming sector for a long time. The platform debuted on the scene with sporting events and recently purchased the rights to stream WWE RAW.

The Screen Actor Guild Awards could start a new path in platform expansion. The event honors the best achievements in film and television performance in 2023. Last year’s awards ceremony was broadcast on Netflix’s YouTube channel, but this is the first time Netflix has streamed an event of this type.

Major films nominated in each category include Barbie, Maestro, Rustin, Oppenheimer, Killers of the Flower Moon, and The Color Purple. Some of the web series include Succession, The Morning Show, The Last of Us, Barry, and The Bear.

Constellation

When: Streaming now

Location: Apple TV+

Imagine you are an astronaut returning to Earth after a major accident in space. But now so much of your life is gone. Isn’t it scary? Noomi Rapace takes on the role of this destructive astronaut in Apple TV’s latest psychological drama Constellation. All that’s left of her is her broken memories and her surprising discoveries to uncover her truth.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Season 3

When: Streaming now

Where: Disney+ Hotstar

The third season picks up immediately after the end of season 2, with Omega (Michelle Ang) still in the clutches of the Empire. Many cliffhangers from previous seasons are answered this season.

Two new interesting terms introduced in the series are M-Count (microscopic life forms present in every living cell) and Project Necromancer, which revolves around securing Palpatine’s resurrection.

This may be the final season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, but the first three episodes released by the platform today confirm the series’ multiple connections to other Star Wars movies and shows, including The Mandalorian. New episodes will air weekly until it ends on May 1, 2024.

Through my window: looking at you

When: Now

Where: Netflix

In case you haven’t seen the first two parts, the movie Through My Window features a girl named Raquel as the main character. She is hopelessly in love with her neighbor Ares, whom she admires outside her window. However, Ares does not even recognize his own existence, let alone his own emotions. Things take a funny turn when he begins to reciprocate, despite his family’s protests.

Raquel and Ares go their separate ways in Part 2, but they can’t seem to move on with their lives. In this work, the two meet other people and grapple with the burning memories they share. Like a typical romantic comedy, when two people meet again, emotional turmoil is inevitable. Find out if they reunite.

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