Whether it is much-awaited newer seasons of OTT web series, or brand new ones, November is going to be exciting with these outings. As it is the festive season, and parties are going to be all around, you can also invite friends over for a group screening, and the already exciting releases are sure to get more fun.
Here are 5 OTT web series releasing in November
1. Aarya (season 3)
On November 3, 'Aarya' Season 3, starring Sushmita Sen, debuted onDisney+ Hotstar. The third season of the show, which is directed by Ram Madhvani, takes viewers on a thrilling adventure inside the world of gangsters and smuggling. For an actress, whose character's strength has been her emotional openness and vulnerability, it's a difficult shift. However, Sushmita presents the newly empowered Aarya in a very dramatic manner, as though she were playing a brand-new game. This new season also sees the introduction of new villain.
2. The Railway Men
A captivating drama based on the world's biggest industrial disaster—the Bhopal gas tragedy—is presented in the trailer of a new Netflix series called The Railway Men. The brief teaser, which lasts less than a minute and a half, depicts a major catastrophe occurring in a workplace and the rapid collapse of society around it. The narrative of those affected by the 1984 Bhopal Gas Disaster will be told in the Netflix series, which is set to premiere on 18th November. The series is casting R Madhavan, Babil Khan, Kay Kay Menon, and Divyenndu.
3. The Crown (season 6)
The sixth and final season of The Crown is here, and we couldn’t be more excited. The storyline continues from the last season and follows the British Royal family as seen in the trailer. Elizabeth Debicki plays the role of Princess Diana in this season as she transitions into motherhood. Young actors Rufus Kampa and Fflyn Edwards are seen playing Prince William and Prince Harry respectively, and the storyline will be interesting to watch especially since the trailer also shows bits of Prince William’s life as he meets Kate Middleton in university.
The series releases on 16th November on Netflix, and we can’t wait.
4. P.I. Meena
P.I. Meena is a compelling thriller series that emphasizes greatly character development and builds to a satisfying yet leisurely pace. Meena investigates what at first glance appears to be a typical hit-and-run case at the beginning of the story, only to find that there is more going on than meets the eye. She is caught up in a conspiracy as the story progresses, and her past follows her everywhere. 'P.I. Meena' is unique because it presents Meena as an average girl doing her job, which makes her likeable and accessible. Her quiet bravery and keen observation abilities keep the audience engaged—if not on the edge of their seats—despite this. The eight episodes, each lasting roughly forty minutes, may be found on Amazon Prime.