Get ready for an exciting week of entertainment as we present the newest films and web series that will make their OTT debuts this week. This week is ideal for binge-watching with your significant other or by yourself since it has something for everyone, whether you like drama, romance, or suspense. Here is this week’s schedule of new OTT releases, which range from the LGBTQ+ series “Heartstopper Season 2” to the Jung Hae-in staring “D.P. 2”:
‘Knock At The Cabin' , Amazon Prime
“Knock at the Cabin” depicts a couple who had taken a nice vacation with their adopted little daughter. Their vacation comes to an abrupt end when four strangers kidnap them all. Watch this movie on Amazon Prime if you enjoy scary films.
‘D.P. 2’, Netflix
A new season of the popular Korean drama “D.P.” is available. Koo Kyo-hwan, Jung Hae-in, and Kim Sung-Kyun will play the main parts for the audience. As the new season continues to examine their lives, Jun Ho and Ho Yeol, two soldiers in the Deserter Pursuit unit, will continue to struggle with the effects of the horrible tragedy that finished the previous season.
‘Our Lost Summer’, Disney+ Hotstar
The full North American and Seoul leg of TXT’s tour will be covered in the documentary. By recording both the enjoyable and challenging aspects of the K-pop boy group’s first international tour last year, it will demonstrate to audiences what it was like for them. The celebrities will also be shown discussing their impressions on the journey. Fans of the band MOA are ecstatic to see Soobin, Yeonjun, Beomgyu, Taehyun, and Huening Kai in a recent behind-the-scenes film.
‘Heartstopper Season 2’, Netflix
A new season of “Heartstopper” has been released. There will be a Netflix release of the British LGBTQ+ series “Heartstopper” (Iconic Members Of The LGBTQ+ Community You Should Know About). This television show is based on a webcomic and graphic novel about young people discovering love by Alice Oseman. Nick and Charlie’s relationship will face challenges on a class road trip, causing drama and having an effect on other relationships. The emphasis of the forthcoming season will be Nick’s struggle to come out as gay and handle the criticism of others. The major actors are Kit Connor and Joe Locke.