If you’re lucky, you’ve got yourself yet another long weekend with Monday being a holiday for Ganesh Chaturthi in a lot of places. If you like us like to spend your weekend curled up with good food and even better shows, you’ve come to the right place. Here are our list of shows and films that are worth your time this weekend.
1. Carnival Row – Amazon Prime Video
One of the most awaited Prime Video shows is out this weekend. Yes, we are talking about Carnival Row. A fantasy series doubling up as a murder mystery is rare and that’s just what Carnival Row offers. Starring the fantastic Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne, the trailer is fabulous and the world they have created looks like one we would love to get lost in. Already receiving acclaim from critics, Carnival Row may be the next big show everyone is talking about. Stay ahead of the game and catch it this weekend – we know we will.
2. Posham Pa – Zee5
If you haven’t caught Zee5 original, Posham Pa yet, it’s time to do so. A story of a mother and her two daughters in death row after being convicted of a number of murders, Posham Pa is based on true events. A spine-chilling tale of a family of serial killers, this one will thrill you and then keep you up at night, but for good reason. Superb performances by Ragini Khanna, Sayani Gupta and Mahie Gill add the cherry on the cake.
3. Diagnosis – Netflix
In a world of social media horror stories like we recently saw in The Great Hack, Diagnosis, a Netflix original documentary series comes as a ray of hope. A writer in the New York Times Magazine, Dr. Lisa Sanders had been flooded with patients across the world writing in with their strange and undiagnosed diseases. Crowd-sourcing the solutions, she finds a web of similar patients. Diagnosis is a seven-part series that is informative, heart-warming and heart-breaking all at once.
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