Chains of a movie theater are closed. A small screen filled with re-runs. And what are you doing to spend time indoors in the middle of all the chaos of coronavirus? So let me tell you there is enough time for binge-watching some exciting series right now. Streaming giants have a variety of content to get you hooked.
So, friends, you have a lot of time to spend at home, and a chance to catch up on series you missed but binge-worthy TV shows, classic series, and new movies.
Here is a list of recommended shows/movies that you can watch when at home you are snuggled up:
Pandemic: How To Prevent An Outbreak
In the midst of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, this Netflix docu-series is about men and women on the front lines against an epidemic they are preceded by each episode and their efforts to stop the next global disease outbreak.
Written by Imtiaz Ali, “She” is the story of a police constable, Bhumika Pardesi, assigned to a dangerous undercover officers operation in Mumbai’s unstable ugly side, and forced to rely on her survival abilities. Among others, it stars Aaditi Pohankar, Vijay Verma, and Vishwas Kini.
The Digital debut psychological thriller series “Asur” by Actor Arshad Warsi explores the tension between good and evil. The series, streaming on Voot Select takes the viewer on a journey of two opposing worlds — forensic science on the one hand, and Indian mythology mysteries on the other.
On March 27th the Oscar-winning drama “Parasite” has made its streaming debut on Amazon Prime Video India. Directed by South Korean filmmaker Bong Joon-ho who made history by winning Best Picture Oscar for the film, “Parasite” follows the story of a poor family, the Kims, as they embark on becoming the servants of a wealthy family, the Parks.
The Big Bang Theory
Get nostalgic, and watch Amazon Prime’s “The Big Bang Theory.” The story of how four nerds – Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons), Leonard Hofstadter (Johnny Galecki), Howard Wolowitz (Simon Helberg), and Raj Koothrappali (Kunal Nayyar) – respond when a girl Penny (Kaley Cuoco) enters their lives as a friendly neighbor.