The most anticipated web series, Panchayat is back with its second season. Ever since the trailer launch, the series has been receiving an overwhelming response from the audience. The series is one of the much-anticipated and awaited series as the audience says how it will break OTT records.
Amazon Prime video’s much-awaited web series Panchayat season 2 released its trailer and much after its unveiling, the show is still holding a strong position in the hearts of the audience. The netizens are showering their love for the series as the trailer continues to trend on YouTube at number 2.
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Panchayat Season 2 Release Time and Date
Panchayat Season 2 will have a global premiere on Prime Video on May 20 in India from 12:00 AM India Standard Time (IST). It will also across 240 countries and other territories worldwide. Starring Jitendra Kumar, Raghuvir Yadav, Neena Gupta amongst others in pivotal roles, Panchayat has grabbed the attention of the masses bringing back the drama, and realities of Phulera village from the first season.
According to The Indian Express, on being asked about the recurring motifs in part one of the show, Jitendra Kumar said, “Lauki is jawani ka pyaar. We used to hate it as kids, but as you grow up, you realise its value. And a homegrown one actually tastes like butter.”
Opening up about what can be expected from the show in its second season, the actor said, “The stories of the village, its people and their trials and tribulations that we found interesting in Season 1. Those are the things you will connect with once again in the second season too.”
A lot of interesting content is coming up on OTT platforms. For example, Amazon Prime’s Lovestruck High will feature Lindsay Lohan narrating the show. The dating show will feature 15 UK singles who have been sent to American High School for a second time to find a date for the Prom. The reality show will have its participants go back in time and attend classes, hang out and talk in the cafeteria. They will also be expected to audition for the school talent show, attend school and other house parties.
On the other hand, Netflix’s true-crime documentary, Cyber Hell exposes a network of online chat rooms that are rampant with sex-related crimes under anonymous identities. The documentary attempts to hunt and take down its operators and bring an end to online sexual abuse.