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February Streaming guide: What to watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime and Disney Hotstar

February is halfway through, and you must be curious about what series or movies to binge watch. Valentine’s Day just passed, and you would still be reminiscing about the time you spent with your partner—or maybe not, if you didn’t have a date. Although there is something to get you excited—a suggestion of what new content to binge watch—there is a drawback. Here is a list:

What to watch on Netflix

  1. Harry and Meghan: is a six-part documentary series that brings Prince Harry and actress Meghan Markle up close and personal. All the controversies and intimate details about Buckingham Palace and royal family relationships have been spilled. It is a total expose that will elucidate important events that have occurred. The series focuses on their love story, their challenges, and their new life in the USA. Prince Harry gave up his title and detached himself from the royal family. This series is an exposé of what transpired behind the scenes. It is a must-watch!

  1. The Romantics: The Romantics is a Netflix 4-part docuseries about the trajectory and legacy of Yash Chopra and Yash Raj films through the eyes of friends, family, and journalists. Yash Chopra (now deceased) was an influential name in the Hindi film industry and has many classic movies to his name. The documentary features how his son, Aditya Chopra, continued his legacy and made Yash Raj Studios a force to be reckoned with. It chronicles the journey of the Chopras, It features the top stars of the Hindi film industry, and you are bound to get infatuated with its content.

  1. You (Season 4): Psychological thriller drama You are back for season 4. The much-awaited series returns for season 4, with lead Joe Goldberg hiding out in England under the fake name Jonathan Moore. Does he have a new obsession? Watch it and find out!

What to watch on Amazon Prime

  1. Farzi: Farzi is an 8-part fictional Indian web series starring Shahid Kapoor, among others. Farzi narrates a story of how a small-time artist becomes a big shot by counterfeiting currency. It showcases the aspirations of a lower-middle-class person who wants to succeed at any cost. Farzi gets you hooked from the first few minutes; the series itself slows in the middle but again picks up pace at the end. Farzi is a good one-time show and a very well-written show indeed. Well supported by the supporting cast, Farzi will keep you hooked.

What to watch on Disney Hotstar

The Last of Us: The Last of Us is an American post-apocalyptic drama television series created by Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann for HBO. Based on the 2013 video game developed by Naughty Dog, the series is set in 2023, twenty years into a global pandemic caused by a mass fungus infection that forces its hosts to transform into zombie-like creatures and collapses society. Praised by critics for its performances and storyline, “The Last of Us” has a 97% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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