Are you ready for your weekly dose of entertainment? The next seven days promise an exciting blend of movies and TV shows that will satisfy your craving for binge-watching. Whether you’re a fan of fantasy, drama, or action, there’s something for everyone. Let’s dive into the top picks for the week:
1. “House of the Dragon” (August 22)
Get ready to travel back in time to a world ruled by the Targaryens, 172 years before the events of Game of Thrones. Based on George R.R. Martin’s “Fire & Blood,” this eagerly awaited prequel explores the tensions within the ruling family as they grapple with succession. The story revolves around Princess Rhaenyra and her half-brother Prince Aegon II vying for the throne after King Viserys I’s demise. Brace yourself for the “Dance of the Dragons,” a war that marks the beginning of their house’s downfall.
2. “Lost Ollie” (August 24)
Inspired by William Joyce’s book “Ollie’s Odyssey,” this heartwarming tale follows the adventures of Ollie, a stuffed toy separated from his owner, Billy. With two new companions by his side, Ollie embarks on a journey to find his way back home, facing challenges in the outside world.
3. “Please Find Attached” Season 3 (August 24)
Shaurya and Sanya return in this new season of Dice Media’s “Please Find Attached.” Join them as they strive to strike a perfect work-life balance, navigating the intricacies of a workplace romance. Moving in together and hosting a house party sounds like a dream, but complications soon arise, leading to doubts and uncertainties.
4. “Top Gun: Maverick” (August 24)
Tom Cruise is back as Captain Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, three decades after his TOPGUN days. He’s tasked with training a group of skilled pilots to carry out a critical mission. Alongside his former friend and commander, Tom “Iceman” Kazansky, Maverick must overcome personal conflicts to ensure the mission’s success and prevent lives from being lost.
5. “Maharani” Season 2 (August 25)
Huma Qureshi returns as the Chief Minister of Bihar in this gripping political drama. With her husband’s release from jail, a new rivalry emerges, and the couple embarks on a battle for power. Corruption and deceit loom as the elections draw closer, making for a thrilling and intense storyline.
6. “Criminal Justice: Adhura Sach” (August 26)
Advocate Madhav Mishra, played by Pankaj Tripathi, takes on another major case as the series returns for its third season. The story revolves around the death of a child actor, with her brother as the prime suspect. As the courtroom drama unfolds, Madhav begins to suspect that there’s more to the story than meets the eye.
7. “Delhi Crime” Season 2 (August 26)
DCP Vartika Chaturvedi is back in this International Emmy Award-winning series, fighting a vicious gang responsible for brutal murders. With ethical questions surrounding the arrests of underprivileged individuals, Vartika strives to bring the culprits to justice while facing pressure from her superiors.
8. “Me Time” (August 26)
Kevin Hart stars as Sonny, a stay-at-home dad who gets a chance to relive his youth during a weekend with his childhood best friend, Huck, played by Mark Wahlberg. What starts as a nostalgic trip quickly turns into a series of wild and unexpected adventures.
9. “Samaritan” (August 26)
Sylvester Stallone leads this dark and intriguing story as Joe Smith, a retired superhero who returns to the fray after two decades. A young boy uncovers his secret, urging Joe to put on the Samaritan mask once more. As dangerous adversaries close in, Joe must confront his past and make difficult decisions.
10. “See” Season 3 (August 26)
In a dystopian future where sight is a myth, Jason Momoa returns as Baba Voss, the leader of the Alkenny Tribe. With the emergence of sighted weaponry threatening all beings, Baba must come out of seclusion to protect his people once more.
There you have it, a week packed with thrilling entertainment options. Whether you’re a fan of fantasy, drama, or action, these shows and movies offer something for everyone. Don’t miss out on the excitement coming your way!