Latest OTT Releases This Week: On Netflix, Disney+ And More!

List of all the recent OTT releases are given below. It is a mix of both Indian and global series available on Netflix, Disney+ and Amazon Prime more.

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It’s time for your weekly update of the latest OTT releases and the next seven days have the perfect blend of movies and TV shows to satiate all your bingeing needs. Akshay Kumar and Tiger Shroff’s Bade Miya Chote Miyan gears up for a digital premiere; Ajay Devgn’s inspiring sports biopic, Maidaan, is set to grace your screens; the Star Wars universe expands with the introduction of an enthralling new series titled The Acolyte; Glen Powell and Adria Arjona take the lead in Hit Man, an action-comedy inspired by true events.


Gunaah (June 3)

Gunaah is a riveting drama where betrayal and mystery intertwine. The series stars Gashmeer Mahajani as Abhimanyu, a seasoned gambler ensnared by the treacherous schemes of the woman he loves. Falsely accused of murder and imprisoned, Abhimanyu seizes a chance to escape. Consumed by vengeance, he undergoes a dramatic transformation, altering his appearance to exact retribution on those who have wronged him. The show also stars Surbhi Jyoti in a pivotal role.


Shooting Stars (June 3)

A captivating biographical sports drama set in the ’90s, Shooting Stars follows a young LeBron James and his three best friends—Lil Dru, Willie McGee, and Sian Cotton—who call themselves the ‘Fab Four.’ When their coach at the top basketball school attempts to split them up, they switch to a predominantly white Catholic school to play varsity together. Facing challenges both on and off the court, they strive to become national champions while learning the true value of friendship and teamwork. The film stars Marquis “Mookie” Cook, Caleb McLaughlin, Avery S. Wills Jr. and Khalil Everage​.


Clipped (June 4)

Clipped is a sports drama series based on the ESPN 30 for 30 podcast The Sterling Affairs. The series delves into the downfall of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, whose racist remarks were caught on tape, igniting a massive scandal. Set against the backdrop of the Clippers’ championship quest under coach Doc Rivers, played by Laurence Fishburne, the series highlights the turbulent dynamics within the team and Sterling’s dysfunctional marriage. It also features Jacki Weaver, Cleopatra Coleman and Ed O’Neill.


Star Wars: The Acolyte (June 6)

Set during the final days of the High Republic era, The Acolyte follows a respected jedi master (Lee Jung-jae) who investigates a shocking crime spree alongside a dangerous warrior from his past (Amandla Stenberg). As they delve deeper into the investigation, they uncover sinister forces and dark secrets that challenge their understanding of good and evil. The narrative explores the murkier facets of the Star Wars universe, highlighting the Sith’s machinations during a time when the Jedi were at their peak.


 Wicked Little Letters (June 4)

Wicked Little Letters is a black comedy mystery based on a true scandal from the 1920s in the English seaside town of Littlehampton. The film stars Olivia Colman as Edith Swan, a deeply traditionalistic local, and Jessie Buckley as Rose Gooding, a boisterous Irish migrant. When the town’s residents, including Edith, begin receiving anonymous letters filled with laughable profanities, Rose is accused of writing them. However, Police Officer Gladys Moss (Anjana Vasan) suspects something amiss and leads an investigation to uncover the real culprit​. 


Maidaan (June 5)

 This biographical sports drama stars Ajay Devgn as Syed Abdul Rahim, the legendary coach who transformed Indian football from 1952 to 1962. The compelling narrative highlights Rahim’s journey, challenges and triumphs as he builds a successful team from the ground up. The movie showcases India’s performance at the 1956 Olympics and subsequent Asian Games, capturing the spirit of determination and victory against all odds​.


Under Paris (June 5)

Under Paris is a thriller that centres around Sophia, a brilliant scientist, who discovers a giant shark lurking in the Seine River just as Paris is about to host the World Triathlon Championships. She teams up with Mika, a young environmental activist, and Adil, the commander of the Seine River Police, racing against time to warn the authorities and protect the athletes and citizens from the impending danger.

Bade Miyan Chote Miyan (June 6)

Set against the backdrop of high-stakes espionage, Bade Miyan Chote Miyan is an action-packed thriller starring Akshay Kumar as Captain Firoz “Freddy” and Tiger Shroff as Captain Rakesh “Rocky”. The plot focuses on these two special agents as they are tasked with recovering a stolen AI weapon from the masked antagonist, Dr. Kabir (Prithviraj Sukumaran), before he can execute a catastrophic attack on Indian soil. The film also features Manushi Chhillar, Alaya F, Sonakshi Sinha and Ronit Roy.

 Baki Hanma VS Kengan Ashura (June 6)

This original anime film features a highly anticipated crossover event that brings together fierce fighters from the two eponymous martial arts series. The storyline revolves around the ultimate showdown between the toughest fighters of the two franchises like Saw Paing Yoroizuka vs. Kaoru Hanayama, Raian Kure vs. Jack Hammer, and the main event: Baki Hanma vs. Ohma Tokita. The film has been directed by Toshiki Hirano. 

Sweet Tooth season 3 (June 6)

Sweet Tooth returns for a third and final season, continuing the journey of Gus, the human-deer hybrid boy, and his companions as they embark on a perilous quest to Alaska. The group, including Jepperd, Becky and Wendy, seeks Gus’s mother, Birdie, who is uncovering the origins of the deadly virus known as “The Sick​”. Season 3 sees Gus discover his pivotal role in potentially saving the world as new antagonists emerge, aiming to eradicate all hybrid children. The team also faces threats from factions who believe Gus holds the key to restarting human births.

Blackout (June 7)

Blackout is a crime thriller led by a stellar cast including Vikrant Massey, Mouni Roy and Sunil Grover. The plot revolves around a citywide blackout that hides a massive jewellery heist. Crime reporter Lenny, played by Massey, stumbles upon the loot and sees it as an opportunity to start anew. However, his plans take a dark and dangerous turn as the night progresses​.

 Gullak season 4 (June 7)

TVF’s Gullak makes its comeback for a fourth season and maintains its focus on the endearing Mishra family—Santosh and Shanti and their sons, Annu and Aman—as they navigate the everyday joys and challenges of middle-class life in a small town in India​. The new season will see the four face new hurdles and milestones as the storyline delves into the dynamics of parenting versus adulting, focusing on Aman’s journey into adulthood.

Hit Man (June 7)

A romantic action comedy inspired by a true story, Hit Man stars Glen Powell as Gary Johnson, a part-time worker at the New Orleans Police Department posing as a hitman. His mission is to arrest those attempting to hire him, but complications arise when he tries to help Maddy Masters, played by Adria Arjona, who seeks to have her abusive husband killed. The plot explores their growing relationship amidst the chaos of Johnson’s undercover operations​.


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