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From ‘Karm Yuddh’ To ‘The Empress’ : 5 Upcoming Web Series That You Must Watch This Weekend

Upcoming Web series This Weekend
September just go over, but it had some amazing releases. Few of them made quiet a noise and some stayed underrated. If you want to consume some exciting and thrilling content, then you can binge watch these shows.

Most Underrated Web Series This Weekend

Karm Yuddh

Featuring Paoli Dam, Ashutosh Rana, and Satish Kaushik in the key roles, the eight-episode crime action thriller Karm Yuddh is directed by Ravi Adhikari. The Kolkata-based drama series centres on disputes within the Roy family about who will inherit their successful company. The subject of who will lead the family business causes tension among its members while a group of killers set fire to a Roy factory. Watch how Indrani Roy takes on her brother-in-law with the assistance of a surprise sympathiser. It is scheduled to release on September 30, 2022, on Disney+Hotstar.

Mad Company

Mad Company is a company that rents out people to perform whatever they want them to. Mad Company has them all, from mother and sister to father, brother, and husband. In addition to SPB Charan, Prasanna, Kaniha, Dhanya Balakrishna, and others have prominent parts in the upcoming Tamil comedy-drama series. The series is directed by Vignesh Vijaykumar. It is scheduled to release on September 30, 2022.

The Empress

The drama, which takes place in the 19th century, revolves around the romance between the Princess of Bavaria and the Emperor of Austria-Hungary. The princess must save the failing empire as its leader while battling against the strict restrictions of the time. Devrim Lingnau, Philip Froissant, Alexander Finkenwirth, and other notable actors play significant roles in the historical drama that Florian Cossen and Katrin Gebbe directed. The show will premiere on September 29, 2022, on Netflix. You can watch the trailer of this show here.

One The Woman

One the Woman is a Korean crime mystery thriller directed by Choi Hyeong-Hun, starring Honey Lee, Lee Sang-Yoon, Jin Seo-Yeon, and others in pivotal roles. A fierce prosecutor who loses her memory after a fatal car accident serves as the centre of the story. She is mistaken for the wealthy family’s daughter after emerging from a coma because she resembles the prosecutor in appearance. The main conflict of the story revolves around how she manages to survive in a strange environment while attempting to discover who she really is. The Korean drama will release on October 1, 2022, on Netflix.

Through The Darkness

High-rated South Korean drama series Through the Darkness is based on a non-fiction book on the author’s actual experiences. The show centres on a criminal profiler who strives to identify serial killers’ behaviour patterns. The series, which was helmed by Park Bo-ram, stars Kim Nam-Gil, Jin Seon-Kyu, and Kim So-Jin in pivotal roles. The series will premiere on October 1, 2022, on Netflix.


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